The Realme 9 series will have four models that will hit the market in February 2022 – archyde

The problem of the scarcity of chipsets in the world market, which has a strong impact on the production schedule and the launch date of several smartphone models from all manufacturers (OEM), also affects the Realme 9 series. However, it appears that Realme has overcome these challenges and is preparing for the launch of the Realme 9 series.

Yes indeed! According to reports, the Realme 9 series, which continues the journey of the Realme 8 series, will be launched first in India in the first quarter of 2022. Four models of the Realme 9 series will come onto the market, namely the Realme 9, the realme 9 Pro, the realme 9i and the real 9 Max / Pro +.

Unfortunately, although Realme has given a start date for the Realme 9 series for 2022 due to the rarity of the chipset, it is unfortunately not specifically mentioned. However, the latest sources mention that the device is slated to launch in India in the first quarter of next year.

In fact, there are rumors that it will launch in February 2022, but the exact date has yet to be confirmed. Other rumors also mention that the Pro and Max / Pro + models for the Realme 9 series are powered by the Snapdragon 870 chipset, while the screen uses AMOLED with a refresh rate of 120 Hz.

Of course, as 2022 approaches, we hope that leaks will be detected on all Realme 9-series models. Quite a few informants believe that some of the above models will use a 108 MP main camera.

After the launch in India, will Realme soon market the smartphone in many countries? Of course we have to wait for that. As we have seen, the Realme 8 Series itself has received positive feedback in several countries and is selling well.

One of the countries that Realme has chosen to market the Realme 8 series is Indonesia. And the latest in the Realme 8 series to be marketed in Indonesia is the Realme 8i. The smartphone, powered by the Helio G96 chipset, a 5,000 mAh battery and a screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, costs under 3 million rupees.

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