|CPU||Quad-core 1,3 GHz|
|External||microSD, up to 128 GB (dedicated slot)|
|Slot SIM||Dual SIM Card|
|Data||GSM / HSPA / LTE|
|WLAN||Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, hotspot|
Meizu’s return to the Indonesian market not only brought her high-class device, Meizu 16 . However, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer is also tempting entry-level consumers. For that, Meizu offers the Meizu C9 which has a body that looks so compact.
Strongly suspected, the presence of the Meizu C9, which is priced at Rp999 thousand, will be an opponent worthy of an entry-level smartphone that has already appeared on the Indonesian market. This is at the same time Meizu’s affirmation that they are also interested in competing in the entry-level class which is no less exciting.
Prosesor Quad-core 1,3 GHz
One of the selling points offered by Mizu in the Meizu C9 is the embedded chipset support. This smartphone comes with a Quad-core processor that has a clock speed of 1.3 Ghz.
In addition, this smartphone also has 2 GB of RAM paired with 16 GB of internal storage. If the storage provided is inadequate, you can still use the microSD slot that is embedded.
What about the power supply? This smartphone comes with a standard capacity battery, which is 3,100 mAh. The other support that Meizu has included in this smartphone is a dual SIM card that supports 4G LTE and Wi-Fi 802.11.
Single rear 13 MP camera
Aimed at novice users, Meizu only complements the Meizu C9 with a single rear camera support and has a 13 MP resolution. Meizu himself claims that the embedded rear camera is capable of creating quality photos.
As for the front, this smartphone is enriched with a selfie-camera that has an 8 MP resolution. Like the rear camera, Meizu also confirmed that the embedded front camera was more than enough to create attractive selfies.
Have a 5.7-inch IPS LCD screen
About the design, Meizu packs the Meizu C9 like most entry-level smartphones in general. Have an IPS LCD screen, the size is 5.45 inches with HD + resolution. The bezel on all sides also still looks thick and the upper bezel is used to load the front camera and earpiece.
There is no physical navigation button loaded by Meizu into the Meizu C9 and everything is pushed into the screen. The Volume and Power buttons are placed on the right side, while on the bottom side is a 3.5mm audio jack and microUSB port.
Shifting to the rear, the Meizu C9 is not a unibody smartphone. Therefore, you can remove the smartphone’s back cover. In addition, this smartphone also still adopts the use of removable batteries.
When the back cover is removed, new users can find a slot to place the SIM Card and also the microSD Card. Yes! That’s how Meizu packs the Meizu C9 which is intended for novice users, aka entry-level.