Tianyi Platon S9

Tianyi Platon S9 Debuts with Two-Way Voice Messaging

Tianyi Platon S9, another satellite mobile terminal, has been officially released in China. It supports two-way voice messages, direct connection to satellite business, and much more. The phone comes with a Unisoc T820 chipset, 6.67 inches 3D AMOLED curved screen, 12GB RAM, 256GB memory storage, the rear camera module has four lenses, the front camera’s specs are unknown, a 5000mAh battery, and much more. 

Release Highlights 

  • The Tianyi Platon S9 comes with Unisoc T820 mobile chipset
  • It has 12GB RAM and 256GB device storage 
  • The phone has a 6.67-inch 3D AMOLED curved screen 
  • It has four cameras on the back (50MP, 13MP, 10.45MP and 2MP) and unknown front camera
  • The device has a 5000mAh battery that supports 65W fast charging 

Display & Appearance 

The Tianyi Platon S9 comes with a 6.67-inch AMOLED curved 3D screen with a resolution of 2400 x 1080. It has a thickness of 8.8mm and supports the screen fingerprint. The device comes in two colors

  • Black White

Processor & Display

The Tianyi Platon S9 features a Unisoc T820 platform (TSMC 6nm). It has 1 x 2.7Ghz Cortex A76 cores, 3 x 2.3Ghz Cortex A76 and 4 x 2.1Ghz Cortex A55 cores. The device has a Mali G56 MC4 850Mhz GPU and has VC liquid cooling heat dissipation. 

Cameras of the Tianyi Platon S9

The Tianyi Platon S9 comes with a quad rear camera setup. It has a 50MP main camera, 13MP ultra-wide angle lens, 10.45MP telephoto lens, and 2MP macro camera. The specifications of the front camera are still unknown. 

Tianyi Platon S9


The Tianyi Platon S9 comes with a 5000mAh battery that supports 65W fast charging. It can charge the device to 50% in just 25 minutes. 

Price & Availability

The Tianyi Platon S9 has been officially released in China with some very exclusive features for the country. It has a single version to keep things simple

  • 12+256GB, priced at 4,599 yuan ($641)

The phone seems like a good option for people who want to explore the world without any worrying. Do you think it would be your next phone?

Source (Weibo, in Chinese)