Realme seems to be gearing up to debut the Realme 9 series smartphones. The Chinese smartphone company is said to launch four handsets under the Realme 9 lineup – Realme 9, Realme 9i, Realme 9 Pro, and Realme 9 Pro+. The upcoming Realme 9i has been leaked a couple of times in the past. Last week, the handset with model number RMX3941 made an appearance on the FCC certification and TUV Rheinland website. Now, we have spotted the Realme 9i handset on the NBTC certification website. The NBTC certification listing confirms that the RMX3941 is the codename for the Realme 9i and hints towards an imminent launch.
Realme 9i Leaked Specifications, and Design
The renders of the Realme 9i were leaked on the web earlier this month. The renders revealed that the handset will come with a design language similar to that of the Realme GT Neo 2. Going by the renders, the upcoming mid-range Realme handset will come with a bezel-less display and a punch-hole notch. The display on the device is said to be a Full HD+ LCD panel with 90Hz refresh rate.
The device might be powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 processor which is fabbed on a 6nm process. The renders revealed that the device will offer a triple-rear camera setup. Additionally, the leaks suggest that the primary shooter on the device will be a 50MP sensor. Whereas, the functionality and resolutions of the other two sensors are unknown.
FCC listing of the device has already confirmed the presence of a 4,880mAh rated capacity battery under the hood. The smartphone is also confirmed to come preloaded with Realme UI 2.0, based on Android 11. The Realme 9i will support dual-band WiFi which means the support for 2.4GHz as well 5GHz networks is onboard. It will measure 162.5mm*74mm as per the FCC certification listing.
The Realme 9i is said to make a debut sometime next month in global markets. However, Realme hasn’t yet shared anything regarding the device officially. What are your expectations from the upcoming Realme 9i? Do let us know in the comments below.
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