Realme released the 9i last month, and now the firm announced the Realme 9 Pro lineup, which will be the successor to the 8 series from last year. Updated specifications, functionality, and a fresh design language are promised in this future series. The Relame 9 Pro will be unveiled on February 16th at a special launch event, according to the manufacturer.
According to what we know so far, the Realme 9 Pro and the Realme 9 Pro+, both of which will be released on February 16th, will be part of the lineup. The Realme 9 series, as seen in the official teaser, will have a color-changing back with the brand’s revolutionary light-shift design.
Realme 9 Pro+
Realme has already verified the Realme 9 Pro+’s existence, as well as its design and a few specifications, which include an AMOLED display with an in-screen fingerprint reader for biometrics and identification.
The 9 Pro+ will be powered by the Dimensity 920 5G SoC, but no information on the RAM or storage capacity of the next smartphone has been released as of yet. One noteworthy innovation is the addition of a heart rate monitor, which allows users to monitor their heart rate directly from their smartphone, eliminating the need for a separate monitoring wearable.
This smartphone will include a triple camera configuration on the back, with the main camera being a 50MP Sony IMX766 unit with OIS.
In addition, Realme has announced two colour options for the Realme 9 Pro+: Green and Sunrise Blue, with the latter boasting a Light Shift Design that changes the back panel’s colour from light blue to red when exposed to sunlight.
It won’t be the first of its kind, though, as the Vivo V23 Pro recently had a similar color-changing rear panel.
Realme hasn’t revealed the 9 Pro and 9 Pro+’s spec sheet or pricing as of yet, but given that the gadget will be released later this month, we anticipate to learn more about its specifications in the following days.
On February 16th, at 13:00 PM (PKT), Realme’s official Facebook page and YouTube channel will host a live streaming event to introduce the 9 Pro series to the rest of the world, including India and Europe.