Meizu Note 9 specification, render leak reveals waterdrop notch panel, Snapdragon 675 and 48MP camera

January 14th, 2019   Penny Snow   news Tags:


Meizu Note 9 could possibly be the initially Meizu phone to launch in 2019. Meizu CEO Jack Wong has been sharing vital information on the phone on Meizu’s formal forum site. A render of the Meizu Note 9 has also been shared by netizens on the forum. Right here is all the reports that have been leaked on the smartphone.

The below render reveals that the Meizu Note 9 could possibly be the initially smartphone from the company to function a screen with waterdrop notch. The dimensions of the display might be 6.3 inches. The handset will be operating on Android 9 Pie OS together with Meizu’s most recent Flyme UI.


The leak does not reveal the rear design of the smartphone. It is speculated that the handset could not function a rear-mounted fingerprint reader. It is tipped to feature a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.

The smartphone will be featuring 48-megapixel digital camera lens as the key camera sensor in its dual camera setup. It may function the Samsung GM1 digital camera digital camera what is available on telephones like Samsung Galaxy A8s and the recently announced Redmi Note 7. The camera camera sensor is inferior to Sony IMX586 48-megapixel sensor since it could capture 48-megapixel photographs in HD mode by interpolation.

The Meizu Note 9 is confirmed to feature Snapdragon 6150. According to recent reports, Snapdragon 6150 is the codename of the Sd 675. In the recent past, a Meizu phone with model number M923Q was spotted on the database of China’s 3C body. The smartphone will be packed with a 4,000mAh battery.

It looks that the Meizu Note 9 could possibly be Meizu’s weapon to take on the Redmi Note 7. The Redmi Note 7 is out there with a starting value of 999 Yuan. Meizu might also sell the Note 9 with the similar starting price tag. As far as the release date of the smartphone is concerned, it is guessed that the manufacturer may perhaps deliver it formal after the Spring Festival which will be observed on Feb. 5 in 2019.

Written by Penny Snow


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