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Meizu Note 9 first camera sample reveals camera prowess ahead of launch

27 February 2019 2

Meizu recently confirmed the launch of a new mid-range phone on March 6th. Most likely the company will be unveiling Meizu Note 9 at the event. The key-selling aspect of the upcoming phone will be 48MP snapper on the rear side. The Note 9 will be Meizu's response to compete against the Redmi Note 7. The Redmi Note 7 is currently selling like hot cake in China. To attract budget-conscious buyers the company is gearing to announce Meizu Note 9. Today ahead of official unveiling the company's VP, Li Nan shared the first camera sample to showcase the camera prowess.

The primary rear snapper on the Meizu Note 9 will be 48MP module whereas the secondary sensor will be a 5MP sensor. At the moment it is still in the dark whether Samsung will utilize the Samsung ISOCELL GM1 sensor or Sony's IMX 586 sensor but the chances are high Meizu will opt Samsung's sensor.

The sample image was taken of the La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. Despite the fact, it's not a wide-angle shot but the device captured a full shot with great colors accuracy and minimal noise. The sample image also confirms Meizu took Note 9 at the MWC in Barcelona, So we can expect more live images in coming days.

From what we heard so far the Meizu Note 9 will have a 6.2-inches notch display with Full HD+ screen resolution. The Qualcomm's Snapdragon 675 SoC will be powering the phone with 6GB RAM and built-in native storage is 64GB. As OS the device will be pre-installed with Android Pie straight out of the box. The front-facing selfie snapper is 20MP. It will be available in Silver, Blue and black colors.

We can expect more details will appear in the coming days, Stay tuned.



Meizu Note 9 first camera sample reveals camera prowess ahead of launch
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