Neffos has launched new C9-series phones in the country, aptly named the C9s and C9 Max.
Like the X20 series we featured the other day, these new phones also utilize the renowned Transmitting Antenna Switching (TAS) Technology, solving signal blocking issues caused by the way users grip their phones.
Both phones feature a 13-megapixel rear camera with AI technology, capable of detecting faces and finding the best angles to shoot, with built-in Bokeh Effect as well Night Shot mode for low light photography. Enabling AI Scene Recognition allows the camera to detect different scenes and objects to automatically select the best settings for the best photos.
On the front end, the C9s and C9 Max use a 5-megapixel camera embedded right into the dewdrop notch making looking at the front screen and camera a smooth view. Enabling AI Scene Recognition allows the camera to detect different scenes and objects to automatically select the best settings for the best photos.
They also sport 3000mAh battery capacities and feature Google’s Android 9 Pie mobile OS. While they both have dewdrop notches, their key differences are at the front — the C9s sports a 5.71-inch screen, while the C9 Max has a bigger 6.09-inch display.
Both come in Nebula Black and Red colors and will arrive in the Philippines in the coming weeks. The Neffos C9s and C9 Max are priced at Php4,490 and Php4,990, respectively.