Realme 9 continues to be spotted on the Bureau associated with Indian Standards (BIS) certification website, hinting at the forthcoming launch of the smartphone in the country. Realme 9 is area of the Realme 9 series, which is said to be comprised of Realme nine, Realme 9 Pro, Realme 9 Pro+, and Realme 9i. While the listing does not reveal the specifications of the smartphone, and Realme can be yet to officially disclose details of the upcoming Realme 9. Meanwhile, Realme 9i was launched in Vietnam on January 10, and the smart phone manufacturer has suggested that this smartphone could arrive in Indian after teasing the handset on Wednesday.
The upcoming Realme nine was spotted on the BIS HIN ZU certification website by DealNTech, with the model number RMX3388. Gadgets 360 was able to verify the listing of the unreleased Realme smartphone on the BIS internet site. The model number RMX3491, which corresponds to the Realme 9i is also listed on the qualification website. Realme 9 has been reportedly spotted on the EEC certification website as well, based on the report.
The entries do not reveal details and specifications of the upcoming smart phone. Meanwhile, Realme 9i , which was lately launched in Vietnam, continues to be teased by Realme Indian, suggesting that the smartphone could launch in the country in the near future. The smartphone is equipped with a six. 6-inch LCD display with a refresh rate of 90Hz, and it is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 SoC paired with 6GB of LPDDR4X MEMORY and 128GB of UFS 2 . 2 storage. The telephone is also equipped with a 50-megapixel triple camera setup, plus runs on a 5, 000mAh battery with 33W quick charging support.
Back in November, it was reported that the Realme 9 series launch could be pushed to February 2022 due to the global chip shortage. The company can also be expected to launch a new Realme 9 Pro+/Max variant to the Realme 9 series this year. Realme Vice President Madhav Sheth had previously verified in September that the carrier’s plans to launch the Realme 9 series this past year had to be pushed to 2022 due to the chip shortage.
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