Meizu today has officially unveiled its latest phone in the form of Meizu Note 9. Despite the name, the phone does not carry a stylus (heh) but nevertheless, still a substantially sized Full HD display at 6.2-inch just like many of the newer smartphone these days.
Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 675, the device can be obtained with up to 6GB of RAM. In terms of internal storage, the Note 9 maxed out at 128GB although the option is strangely limited to the variant with 4GB of RAM.
Photography-wise, Note 9 also carries a combination of 48MP and 5MP camera on its back. On its front, the phone features a 20MP selfie camera which is housed within the phone’s minimalist dewdrop notch and is also enhanced by a beautification algorithm from ArcSoft.
The new phone is also equipped with a 4000mAh battery that supports the company’s 18W mCharge fast charger. While it is not known whether Meizu will release its new Note 9 into Malaysia, the 4GB/64GB version of the phone is currently available for pre-order in China for CNY 1398 (~RM 853) while the 4GB/128GB and 6GB/64GB are being priced similarly at CNY 1598 (~RM 975).