GeekBench can be a great source of information when it comes to smartphones. Not only that we are able to peek at some of their specs, but it is also so much easier to anticipate a release date for the phones that make an appearance there. In 2019 we are expecting many exciting smartphones, such as new Huawei and Samsung models, among others. Now, you can add another name to the list of companies that release a new model: Meizu Note 9.
Meizu Note 9 release date
Meizu is expected to release the Meizu Note 9 device, and if we believe the rumors, the phone is quite a powerful one, and it should combine impressive specs with an accessible price. The company did not give us a release date so far. However, it appears that it won’t take too long until the Meizu Note 9 will be released.
This claim is based on the fact that the phone was recently spotted on GeekBench. When a smartphone shows up there, this is usually a sign that the company has finished designing the device. Some rumors suggest that Meizu Note 9 would come out on March 11th.
Meizu Note 9 will be a performant smartphone
Based on the GeekBench results, it appears that the Meizu Note 9 managed to score 2,404 points in the single-core test and 6,027 points in the multi-core test. These scores reveal the fact that the Meizu Note 9 is a capable device and it will be a worthy rival on the market.
According to GeekBench, Meizu Note 9 would come out with the Qualcomm’s octa-core Snapdragon 675 CPU under its hood. The 2.0GHz CPU will pack an Adreno 6.12 GPU, and it would be helped by 6 GB of RAM. There will be two options for internal storage – 64 GB and 128 GB. However, you won’t be able to use a microSD for this device.
As mentioned, Meizu Note 9 appeared in a GeekBench test, meaning that the release date for this smartphone is getting close.
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