Realme 9 has an official launch date for the Indian market. The company has announced that the device will launch alongside the GT 2 Pro on April 7 at 12:30 p.m.
Oppo’s sub-brand has already created one product page which covers many of the specs of the Realme 9. The device would be the first to launch in India using Samsung’s ISOCELL HM6 camera sensor with a 108-megapixel ProLight camera, a 4cm macro camera and a 120-degree ultrawide camera on the rear.
According to the company, the Realme 9’s new sensors can let in 123% more light than the previous generation HM2 sensor, helping to increase brightness and reduce noise in low-light shots. Realme calls this the 9 sum pixel binning process.
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The Realme 9 also comes with a 90Hz Super AMOLED display that has a peak brightness of 1000 nits. The smartphone also has a touch sampling rate of 360 Hz, which would be beneficial for gamers. What makes the upcoming device even more interesting is the fact that the in-display fingerprint scanner doubles as a heart rate monitor, which is also an industry first.
Realme 9 will be available in three colors – Sunburst Gold, Stargaze White and Meteor Black. The company also keeps the same Ripple holographic design for the Realme 9 line, which gives a soothing liquid effect that’s visually appealing in gold and white colors.
Other specifications of the Realme 9 are currently unknown, but we can expect more leaks to surface in the coming days before launch. Realme may continue to update the product page with new details about the smartphone.
A brighter future for mid-range devices
While Realme may not be the first to bring higher-brightness displays to budget devices in India, there’s no denying that many mid-range devices will be competing based on this feature this year. Poco’s recently launched X4 Pro 5G has a maximum brightness of 1200 nits.
The new trend of bringing Super AMOLED panels to budget smartphones has created healthy competition between brands, giving the masses more choices and bringing more premium features to the mid-budget segment as well.
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