Meitu T9 With Quad-Camera Coming on June 27

Meitu T9 With Quad-Camera Coming on June 27

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Meitu T9

While many smartphone makers are busy of designing smartphones with new and innovative features, Meitu continues its way in a single direction. As you should know, the manufacturer is known for its selfie-centric smartphones made for females. Of course, selfies are taken not only by girls, but the Meitu-line handsets look differently and they are made for ladies. The latest model from the company’s T-line will arrive on June 27. Today, the manufacturer officially announced the Meitu T9 will make a debut at the Summer Palace on the mentioned date. As for now, the 4+64GB model is available for pre-order at 3399 yuan ($531), while the 6+128GB variant costs 4199 yuan ($657).

Meitu T9

In terms of configuration, the Meitu T9 is packed with a 6.01-inch FHD+ screen, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 super mid-range chip, 4/6GB RAM, and 64/128GB of storage space. It runs on a custom MEIOS4.3 operating system based on Android 8.1.

And though it is capable of providing quite powerful performance due to the SND660 SoC, its biggest selling point is the photographing capabilities. The Meitu T9 is equipped with a 12MP dual-camera using the SONY IMX363 sensor with a 1.4μm large photosensitive element and a f/1.8 large aperture. They provide an SLR-like blur effect. Apart from this, front shooter uses the same IMX363 sensor paired with a 5MP lens. Both cameras on the front and back support OIS and full-pixel PDAF focus.

Meitu T9

The Meitu T9 has added Pyramid Multi-dimensional image processing technology to fine-tune skin defects, retain skin details to a maximum extent, and achieve beauty without skinning. At the same time, it also supports multi-dimensional personalization of facial features. In addition, the phone has also joined the Google point identification technology, combined with MTlab big data golden ratio algorithm, to intelligently adjustment the body proportions and to achieve better portrait beautification.

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