Realme seems to be prepping up to launch its first smartphone under the Realme 9 series. The renders and the key specifications of the Realme 9i have already been leaked on the web. Now, we have spotted the upcoming Realme 9i with model number RMX3941 on TUV Rheinland and FCC certification websites. The certification websites also reveal some key specifications of the upcoming Realme 9 series device. Let us take a look at the details revealed via FCC and TUV Rheinland certifications.
Realme 9i Live Images and Key Specifications
The FCC certification listing reveals the back panel design of the upcoming Realme handset. This confirms that the Realme 9i will indeed come with triple-rear camera setup and a camera layout similar to the Realme GT Neo 2. Additionally, these certifications also reveal that the Realme 9i will pack a 4,880mAh rated capacity battery, while the typical capacity of the battery would be 5,000mAh. The upcoming Realme 9i will boot Android 11 with the company’s proprietary Realme UI 2.0 on top. Also, the Realme 9i will measure 162.5 * 74mm as revealed in the FCC certification. The upcoming handset will offer dual-band WiFi which means that it will support both 2.4GHz as well as 5GHz networks.
The Realme 9i has been leaked a couple of times in the past. The leaks suggest that the upcoming Realme 9i will offer a Full HD+ display panel with a 90Hz refresh rate. This could be an LCD display with a punch-hole notch on the top left corner similar to the Realme 8i. The handset is said to be powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 SoC that is built on a 6nm fabrication process. Moving on to the cameras, the handset is said to offer a 50MP camera setup.
The Realme 9i is said to make its global debut sometime in January 2022. The company is said to hold two different events to launch the Realme 9 series device. To those unaware, the company is said to launch four devices under the Realme 9 series – Realme 9i, Realme 9, Realme 9 Pro, and Realme 9 Pro+. What do you think of the Realme 9i? Do let us know in the comments below.
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