Realme 9 Pro+  Review


The Realme 9 Pro+ has the ability to change colours. When used inside, it is a faint blue, but when exposed to UV radiation (which includes sunshine), it becomes crimson in seconds. We thought this was really fascinating in a world of smartphones that all look and perform the same.

The 9 Pro+ features a 6.4-inch display, but it only has a 180Hz touch sampling rate, which isn't ideal for gaming, and it doesn't even have HDR certification. The Realme 9 Pro+'s display isn't very impressive. It's quite standard. It'll get you through the day, but don't anticipate spectacular images if you binge watch on it.

The images have a warm tint to them, and the camera excels at capturing details in the shadows. Even when there is a bright source of light, the big sensor size helps light up darkest parts in the frame. The camera's weak area is human subjects.

The Realme 9 Pro+ is powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 920 processor. When the processor is stressed, the phone becomes rather warm. The Realme 9 Pro+ is capable of handling multiplayer games like BGMI and CoD Mobile. The former was clocked at HDR+Extreme graphics, whilst CoD was clocked at High+ Very High graphics.

The Realme 9 Pro+ runs RealmeUI 3.0, which is based on Android 12. The majority of the items appear to be the same, and Realme continues to provide consumers with a high level of personalization possibilities. Almost everything, including accent colours and icons, may be changed.

The Realme 9 Pro+ isn't the flagship device that the manufacturer claims it to be. Instead, it's an excellent mid-ranger that's a delight to look at and operate. The design and cameras are the main emphasis points, both of which feel a cut above the competition.