Alleged Meizu Note 9 Got certificates.
Until Now Meizu Doesn’t Use Notch Design on Their Smartphone Yet. But it is Looking Like in 2019 Meizu Use Waterdrop Notch Design in their Flagship Smartphones.
Meizu CEO Jack Wong Confirmed Some of the Key Specifications of Meizu Note 9. Where it appeared With an Unpublished Model Number M93Q. The Meizu passed Bluetooth Special Interest Group certificate, MIIT, CMIIT and SRRC certificates. But Not Mention in TEENA as for Now.
The Device Comes With an LCD Display along Waterdrop Notch Design on the top of Display. While the Display Will is a larger 1.6-micron pixels Display, Waterdrop Notch Packed 12MP selfie Shooter Inside it. Where it has Small Chin on the Bottom and Rear mounted Fingerprint Sensor.
In the terms of Performance, The Device Will be Powered by Qualcomm 11nm octa-Core Snapdragon 675 Soc Coupled With 6GB of Ram and 16GB of Onboard Storage. however, CPU Clocked at 2.0GHz.
Something base the chipset on 4th-Gene Kryo 460 architecture. To Boost the Performance, it has Qualcomm 3rd-gene Kryo 360 and Adreno 612 GPU for Graphics.
In the Terms of Camera Performance, it packed Rear 48MP Samsung GM1 Camera Sensor, Which also Used in Redmi Note 7. If Meizu Use Sony IMX586 Instead of Samsung GM1 then Huawei Nova 4, Honor V20 and Redmi Note 7 have to Struggle.
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The Device Will run over Android 9.0 Pie base Flymeos V8.0 out of the Box, Not to Mention Flyme OS Brings Some additional Features and Optimize the Performance.
There Would be Massie 4000mAh battery Capacity Which Gives a Full-Day battery Backup. We expect the Device to Launched in MWC2019 Next Month.
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