Realme 9i has reportedly been spotted on the Realme India website. Madhav Sheth, who is vice president of Realme and president of Realme International Business Group, also teased the smartphone with Realme Book. The phone has also obtained SIRIM certification from Malaysia, according to an informant. Recently, Realme 9i was leaked in a hands-on video which showed the complete design of the phone. The smartphone is expected to sport a rear triple camera setup. It is expected to launch in Vietnam on January 10.
A Tweeter by MRKT showed a screenshot of the Realme India store in which the Realme 9i nickname was seen among a list of other Realme handset names. This tweet was share by Sudhanshu Ambhore who also said the phone is listed on the company’s Indian website. Amhore’s tweet also included a screenshot which showed that the Realme 9i power adapter was priced at Rs. 1,099 and the cable was priced at Rs. 399. In one Tweeter, Ambhore said that Realme 9i, Realme 9i and Realme Narzo 50 have achieved SIRIM certification from Malaysia.
Recently Realme 9i was reportedly seen in a practice video. It showed that the smartphone has a triple rear camera setup built into a rectangular module – just like in the photo share by Madhav Sheth, Vice President of Realme and President of Realme International Business Group, on Twitter. The tweet showed the blue-colored variant teased by Realme Vietnam’s Facebook page. The phone will launch in Vietnam on January 10.
Realme 9i specifications (leaked)
Realme 9i is slated to feature a 6.59-inch Full HD + (2400 x 1080px) LCD flat panel display with thin bezels on three sides and a perforated cutout for the selfie camera. It could be launched with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 SoC, paired with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.
For photography, the Realme 9i is designed to sport a tri-camera setup that could be highlighted by a 50-megapixel main camera. For selfies and video calls, the smartphone can be equipped with a 16-megapixel shooter. The smartphone can hold a 5,000mAh battery with support for 33W fast charging via USB Type-C.
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