Less known Chinese phone maker Meitu just released their latest photography-centric handset in Taiwan, we’re talking about the Meitu T9.
The core selling point of the handset is, of course, taking pictures. The Meitu T9 is indeed equipped with dual cameras on both the front and the back. All the image sensors on the phone are Sony IMX363s with a fast focusing speed of 0.03s. The company claims that this setup is able to snap some incredible photos even in low light condition, plus there’s optical image stabilization on both sides.
The Meitu T9 also added a “pyramid multi-dimensional portrait processing technology”, which only corrects the skin flaws, massively improving skin details and achieving “non-dermatistic beauty”. It’ll then retain all the depth info in order to create a multi-dimensional 3D profile that you can save for the future.
Another neat feature on the Meitu T9 is the bone point recognition technology, combined with MTlab big data golden ratio algorithm, that will intelligently adjust your body proportion, to achieve the final perfect look.
Cameras aside, the Meitu T9 is equipped boasts a 6.01-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 2160×1080 and it’s powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage storage. Battery capacity tops at 3100mAh. The smartphone will officially go for 4600 Yuan ($677) on July 27th.
More info about the phone available on the official website (Chinese).