The newly launched Meizu Note 9 is a true competitor of Redmi Note 7 Pro for 48MP Camera. Presently, the smartphone is available in China for 1,398 Yuan or a translated price of $210. Meizu will soon ship it to the other countries.
Meizu Note 9 looks pretty good in metal glass body of the blue or white finish. The handset stretches screen up to 6.2 inches while attains 84% screen-to-body ratio and 18.7:9 viewing aspect. IPS LCD Display gets a small cutout on top for a selfie notch of water drop style. The Meizu smartphone spreads 1080x2244 pixels on display for Full HD+ movies and pictures.
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Coming toward optics, the Meizu Note 9 collects credit for its highlighting 48MP rear camera coupled with a 5MP depth sensor. The main photography lens measures f/1.7 aperture that means no one can stop a user from taking sharper, brighter and vivid images. There is a Dual LED dual tone flash to enhance low lights shots. It can record FHD videos not 4k as that Redmi Note 7 Pro.
Meizu Note 9 is a selfie-centric phone, sports a 20MP (f/2.0) front shooter to capture good-looking snaps. Face Unlock is available but Fingerprint Sensor on the rear is more secure.
Powered by an 11nm Qualcomm chipset SD675, Note 9 delivers smooth performance even better than Redmi smartphone. Base model starts with 4GB RAM and 64GB Storage. Two more memory configurations are available, 6GB+64GB and 6GB+128GB. It lacks a microSD slot, sadly.
A Li-Ion 4000mAh Battery is packed inside to give at least one day life with a single charge. It wouldn’t waste your precious time as 18W Fast Charging supported.