Meizu went formally with the inexpensive and premium budget Meizu Note 9 today in China. The smartphone happens to be the second model after the Redmi note 7 Pro to feature Qualcomm’s newest Snapdragon 675 chipset. until week ago, Meizu smartphones hardly function Qualcomm chipset so the Meizu Note 9 is a extra special phone. This is the most powerful Qualcomm chipset we’ve seen on a Meizu cameraphone due to the fact the manufacturer settled its dispute with the US chipmaker.
On AnTuTu, the Meizu Note 9 recorded a lofty score of 180,381 what is fairly incredibile for a mid-range model. The score is even higher than the AnTuTu score which the Sd 675 posted whenever it was benchmarked a few months back. Back in January, AnTuTu posted a score of 174,402 points for the SD675. Thus, this new score is plain surprising.
We can’t tell why the score is higher currently but it is probable the SD675 chipset onboard the Meizu Note 9 is clocked at the highest frequency. The Sd 675 chipset is astonishingly extra powerful than the Sd 710 what had an AnTuTu score of 170K. It is equally far more powerful than the Snapdragon 670 SoC what managed to score 150,000 points. In addition, Meizu’s Hyper Gaming tech for optimized gaming experience through GPU acceleration is also on the Note 9. This may Furthermore be responsible for the higher benchmark score.
As a reminder, the Meizu Note 9 features a 6.2-inch IPS LCD panel with a waterdrop-style notch. It adopts the 19.5:9 aspect ratio with a display ratio of 89.23%. The panel has a full HD+ resolution of 1080 x 2244 pixels. The device ships with 6GB of RAM with 64 GB/128 GB storage settings which can’t be extended. There is a huge 4000Ah battery onboard with support for 18W mCharge rapid charging tech. Meizu even included an 18w charger in the retail package. The cameraphone runs Android 9 Pie OS customized with the most recent Flyme 7.2 UI.