Realme is reportedly gearing up to launch the Realme 9 series. These were previously rumoured to launch in October this year, however, during its Realme 8s and 8i launch event, the company confirmed that it will launch in 2022 and not in 2021.
Realme CMO, Mr. Francis Wong mentioned in a tweet that the company had to change its roadmap due to the ongoing global chip shortage. Now, according to the latest development reported by 91mobiles, the Realme 9 series is set to launch early next year and will include four phones.
Realme 9 Series Launch Timeline: What we know
Realme had already confirmed that the Realme 9 series launch will take place in 2022. The 91mobiles report, citing tipster Mukul Sharma, claims that these smartphones will launch in February 2022. However, the tipster has also said that the launch event might take place in the last week of January 2022. The report further claims that the 9 series will have four different models – Realme 9, 9 Pro, 9 Pro+/Max, and 9i. The company might hold two different events to launch the complete roster of its 9 series.
— Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings) October 23, 2021
The Realme 9 series family was recently spotted on multiple certification websites hinting that their launch is not far off. The Realme 9 Pro with the model number RMX3393 was recently spotted on the IMEI database. Similarly, the Realme 9i with the model number RMX3491 and Realme 9 Pro Plus were spotted on EEC certification along with the Realme GT 2 Pro, indicating that the global launch is imminent.
What to Expect from the upcoming Realme flagships?
There are currently no updates on the specifications of any of the devices in the Realme 9 series family. However, the 91mobiles report has speculated that the top-end smartphone in the series, Realme 9 Pro Plus could feature the Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 chipset. There is a possibility that the device could feature an AMOLED display and a 108MP camera setup. That said, we would advise our readers to take the specs as a pinch of salt and wait for further updates.
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