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CEO confirms Meizu Note 9 with Snapdragon 6150 and 48 MP camera

Meizu is preparing a new phone, called Note 9. The news was revealed by the company CEO Jack Wong who revealed in a post that the phone will be powered by the upcoming Snapdragon 6150 chipset. It will also have a 48 MP camera and will reach AnTuTu scores of around 170,000. It will be the first Meizu smartphone with a notched front panel, sporting a waterdrop cutout left for the selfie shooter.


Posts and renders by Meizu CEO Jack Wong
Posts and renders by Meizu CEO Jack Wong
Posts and renders by Meizu CEO Jack Wong
Posts and renders by Meizu CEO Jack Wong

Posts and renders by Meizu CEO Jack Wong

Rumors about a Meizu X9 were downed by Mr Wong after he announced the Note 9 moniker. While the Snapdragon 6150 chipset is not official, it is expected to be a midranger in the 600-series, supporting up to 1080p resolution. This is further supported by the AnTuTu score.

The new phone will be a successor of the Meizu Note 8 that arrived two months ago. It was announced with dual 12 MP + 5 MP camera and Snapdragon 632, while the memory is 4/64 GB without a microSD slot. The Note 9 looks like an update and hopefully the new phone will have more storage options, newer OS and USB-C.

Source (in Chinese) | Via