It often happens that Meizu CEO and ideological inspirer Jack Wong reveals more information about the upcoming smartphones of the manufacturer from the Celestial Empire than all the famous insiders combined. That’s what’s likely to happen with a device called Meizu Note 9.
Wong has already written that the future novelty will come with the Snapdragon 6150 processor. From the experience of Snapdragon 855 we can judge that this is just the catalogue number of the single-chip system of the American chip maker. What will be called SoC Qualcomm, it is not known yet, but it is clear that it will become a representative of the Snapdragon 600 line.
Meizu Note 9 will be equipped with a Full HD+ screen with a drop-shaped neckline. Currently, there are no such smartphones in the assortment of the company from the Celestial Empire. In addition, Jack Wong said that the model will receive a 48-megapixel image sensor.
On the renderers you can see that the device, in addition to the power key and swing volume, will get another key. Its purpose remains a secret. When to wait Meizu Note 9, and how much the smartphone will cost, is not informed.
CEO Juang-Zhang confirmed that they are already working on the successor to Meizu Note 8 (M8 Note) and one of the advantages of the new product will be a 48.0MP camera. Taking into account the fact that Meizu’s top manager stated earlier that the Sony IMX586 sensor is not as fast as the Samsung GM1, we can assume that the company has given preference to the sensor from the South Korean giant.
Juan Zhang also reported that the smartphone will be based on a single-chip system Snapdragon 6150, which Qualcomm has not yet introduced. According to him, according to the results of the test in AnTuTu chip gives out more than 170 thousand points, which means that in its performance it will be close to the Snapdragon 710. Another feature of the new product will be a 4000 mAh battery. When it comes to waiting for the Meizu Note 9 (M9 Note) to be announced, Juan Zhang didn’t say. But most likely, before the second half of 2019, he is unlikely to make his debut.