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The new realme 9i, Ultra Smooth, Next Level Power specs, to arrive in the Philippines on May 4

Committed to bringing next-level innovations to its Number Series lineup, realme, the Philippines’ no. 1 smartphone brand for 20211, is set to launch its latest 9 Series smartphone: the realme 9i, in the Philippines on May 4.

The new realme 9i, Ultra Smooth, Next Level Power specs, to arrive in the Philippines on May 4 | Good Guy Gadgets

The new realme 9i, Ultra Smooth, Next Level Power specs, to arrive in the Philippines on May 4

Packed with powerful all-around features, the realme 9i is designed to enable Filipinos to #CaptureMoreChargeLess. It features the latest 4G 6nm processor, Qualcomm Snapdragon 680, along with a 33W Dart Charge, a 50MP AI Triple Camera, and a 90Hz Ultra-smooth Display, among other notable features.

“We know that with the ever-evolving needs of today’s consumers, battery life and power efficiency remain of utmost importance. With our latest Number Series smartphone line-up, we are committed to bringing the best all-around tech companions to every Filipino,” says Austine Huang, realme Philippines’ VP for Marketing.

The realme 9i in the new Stereo Prism Design, in Prism Blue color variant. | Good Guy Gadgets
The realme 9i in the new Stereo Prism Design, in Prism Blue color variant.

As the battery powerhouse in the realme 9 Series, the realme 9i will come with the power-efficient Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 Processor. Adopting the advanced 6nm production process, this chipset consumes 62% less power and affords 46% more performance than the 12nm processor. Further complementing this is a 5000mAh Battery with 33W Dart Charge that can charge the device from 0% to 100% in only 70 minutes providing overall reliability especially when on the go.

In addition, the realme 9i is also equipped with a 90Hz Ultra Smooth Display that supports five refresh rates that adjust depending on the user’s current activity to extend battery life for smoother and longer-lasting use.

Next-Level Power Photography with 50MP Matrix AI Triple Camera. | Good Guy Gadgets
Next-Level Power Photography with 50MP Matrix AI Triple Camera.

In terms of camera capabilities, the realme 9i helps users capture moments with the best quality. It features a high-resolution 50MP AI Triple Camera which houses three lenses: a 50MP ultra-high pixel main camera, a 2MP secondary black, and white lens, and a 2MP 4cm ultra-close Macro Lens. This camera setup allows users to stretch their creativity and take stunning photographs with every shot. The realme 9i also comes with trendy photography functions such as Portrait Mode and a Nightscape filter called Cosmopolitan allowing for a surreal visual experience.

For a minimalist take of the new back panel design, the realmi 9i also comes in Prism Black color variant. | Good Guy Gadgets
For a minimalist take of the new back panel design, the realmi 9i also comes in Prism Black color variant.

All these features and more are housed in one stylish package that carries realme’s first Stereo Prism Design. Inspired by light and the prisms it creates with its refractions, the realme 9i’s exterior presents a dynamic effect of three-dimensional light and shadow transformation. The realme 9i will be available in two color options: Prism Blue and Prism Black.

Launching in a 6GB+128GB variant, the realme 9i will officially be revealed to the public via a special live stream on May 4, 5 PM on the realme Philippines Facebook page and YouTube channel. The realme Squad can look forward to exciting deals and promos to be offered in celebration of this highly anticipated launch.

The realme 9i will officially be revealed to the public via a special live stream on May 4, 5 PM on the realme Philippines Facebook page and YouTube channel. | Good Guy Gadgets

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To know more about realme’s latest updates, follow the realme Philippines Facebook Page, or visit the official realme website.

Footnotes

  1. Based on Canalys and IDC sell-in reports for Q1-Q4 2021
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