Makes your Realme 7 Pro and 8 Pro look like it was released in 2018, doesn’t it?
Realme fans have been anticipating the Realme 9 series for a while, as the roars for the Redmi Note 11 series got louder. Because Xiaomi has released the Redmi Note 11 series in China already, obviously Realme would follow suit. The company has
There are four phones in the series. The lowest being the Realme 9i. Other phones include the Realme 9, Realme 9 Pro, and the Realme 9 Pro+. Judging by Realme’s naming conventions, it’s less harder for consumers to identify which is the higher-end model, but because their designs are nearly similar, this makes an untrained consumer to identify which phone is the higher-end model without looking at the specs sheet first.
The Realme 9 Pro, according to PassionateGeekz, would use the newer Snapdragon 695 chip. This chip would be paired with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage. However, Realme decided to curb the MicroSD slot, which is a shame.
The display improves over its predecessor. It retained the 6.6in. SAMOLED panel, but the refresh rate is now higher, at 120Hz. The display also supports HDR10 for brighter imagery, most noticeable on video.
For the cameras, the front camera is retained to 16mp on a dot notch. The main camera has been upgraded to a 64mp sensor with a 26mm focal length and f/1.8 aperture. This is complemented by an 8mp ultrawide and a 2mp auxiliary lens which is just the useless depth sensor. And no, we won’t stop screaming that until manufacturers actually decide to ditch it.
The phone would be powered by a 5000mAh battery and 33W fast charging instead of the faster 50W used on the Realme 8 Pro, strangely.
The Realme 9 Pro+ is also of the same ordeal but uses a Mediatek Dimensity 920 chip. Strangely though, rumors told this would use a 6.43in. 90Hz SAMOLED screen which is inferior to the one the Pro has despite being named on a higher tier. There would also be a 50mp Sony sensor with the usual 8mp ultrawide and 2mp depth. There’s also a rumoured 4500mAh battery juicing the phone. The design is familiar to GT Neo 2 or Reno 7 users.
However, these are rumors, and any information presented may not be 100% accurate or correct. Let’s just wait until Realme has announced the launch date for these phones.