Following the success of the Realme 9i, 9 Pro, and 9 Pro+, the company announced the latest member of the family, the Realme 9, a phone the company describes as “the world’s first wavy holographic design phone.” It has a 108 Megapixel ProLight camera, which boasts a Samsung ISOCELL HM6 image sensor, which allows top quality photographs. We also find an 8MP ultra-wide sensor and a 2 MP macro. While its front camera is 16 megapixels.
Although it does not have the latest Snapdragon processor, it is equipped with one that will undoubtedly boost photography and speed, the Snapdragon 680. To complete its capacity, it has 8 GB RAM and 128 GB internal storage. However, on connectivity issues it falls short. Most phones already have 5G support, however, the Realme 9 does without it, maintaining 4G connectivity.
Its screen is 6.4-inch AMOLED and Full HD + resolution; it reaches a refresh rate of 90 Hz, while its touch response is 360 Hz. The front camera is perforated in the upper left corner, following the line of the 9 family. Its fingerprint is located under the screen. Its battery promises up to 16 continuous hours of navigation in applications such as social networks, thanks to its 5000 mAh. It is powered by a 33W fast charge with which it reaches, according to the company, 50% charge in 31 minutes.
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Finally, Realme argues that the cell phone’s texture is inspired by sand dunes; yes, the phone has a ripple effect. The phone will be available in three colors: black, gold and white. From today it can be obtained in the realme store, Alkosto and Mercado Libre for a value of $1,499,900 Colombian pesos at launch price; then it will cost $1,999,900 Colombian pesos.
Rear cameras: 108MP, 8MP AND 2MP
Frontal camera: 16MP
Processor: Snapdragon 680
Internal memory: 128GB
Screen: 6.4″ AMOLED / Full HD+ / 90Hz