After Meizu’s CEO confirmed that Meizu is working on a new smartphone, we received reports suggesting that it could be Meizu M9 Note. A series of reports have appeared on the internet quoting the various specs that the device will sport once it is launched. As per the latest progress, Meizu M9 Note has appeared on Chinese regulatory site TENAA where few of the details have been confirmed.
Per GSMArena, the TENAA listing is still fresh and it would take a few days until the regulatory publishes all the specs regarding the upcoming phone. As per what the listing confirms, the device will sport a 6.2-inch display and will measure at 153.11×74.34×8.65mm making it slightly thicker than other smartphones. Further, the battery pack is precisely 3,900 mAh which is in-line with the previous spec sheet leak suggesting a 4,000 mAh battery.
Other information on TENAA listing states that the device will have dual SIM support as well. Based on a previous leak, we know that M9 Note will host a 48MP Samsung GM1 rear snapper with 0.8micrometer pixel size and 1/2-inch sensor. It will also feature 4-in-1 pixel binning technology that combinedly creates a larger 1.6micrometer pixel size and 12MP sensor to capture brighter, crispier, and detailed images.
A part of specs confirmed by Huang Zhang (Founder, Meizu) that it will boast a Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 chipset running with Kryo 460 CPU cores and Adreno 612 GPU. The AnTuTu score that M9 Note was able to obtain was 170,000 points which aren’t that bad.
Further, the price of Meizu M9 Note is somewhere around CNT 1,000 or $149 USD although we don’t have any input on its release date. But rest assured because we will bring a lot of details on Meizu M9 Note and when it will release only on True-Tech.
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