Realme 9 Pro renders & specs revealed ahead of the launch

It is coming with the Snapdragon 695 5G chipset

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In March last year, Realme 8 & 8 Pro launched in India, and now, the company is preparing for the launch of the Realme 9 series. We already know that Realme 9i is launching in India on the 18th of this month, but later, we are also getting some more phones under this series. There are reports of a phone named Realme 9 Pro+ as well. Anyways, today, we got the high-quality renders of the Realme 9 Pro, thanks to OnLeaks & MySmartPrice.

Realme 9 Pro renders

Design-wise, the Realme 9 Pro is coming with a similar camera module design as the Realme 9i & the Realme GT Neo 2. These renders show the “Midnight Black” color variant of the phone, but as per the source, there are two more colors named Aurora Green and Sunrise Blue. The fingerprint scanner is placed under the display since there is no side-mounted scanner. The back seems to be made of glass, but we are not quite sure.

Realme 9 Pro renders

On the front, the phone has a flat panel with a hole-punch cutout on the top left corner.

The phone has a 6.59-inch display with a 120Hz refresh rate, and because the fingerprint scanner is present under the display, it is an OLED panel. So, after Redmi Note 10 Pro & Pro Max, it is time for Realme to offer a 120Hz AMOLED under the 20K price segment. Under the hood, it is rocking the Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 5G SOC, which is the same chipset that powers the recently launched Moto G71. There is up to 8GB RAM and 256GB storage.

On the back, there are three cameras where the main shooter has a 64MP sensor, the ultrawide camera has an 8MP sensor, and finally, there is a 2MP camera. For selfies, there is a 16MP camera. The phone packs a 5,000mAh battery and supports 33W fast charging.

Well, Realme 8 Pro launched at ₹17,999 last year, so we are expecting the price of 9 Pro to be similar since this time, there is also a Pro Plus variant. The launch date is not yet known.

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