Realme 9 Pro Review

In this Realme 9 Pro review, we’ll take a look at the hardware and software that powers this smartphone. It runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 processor, which is both fast and energy-efficient. The processor utilizes a 6nm process technology and can dynamically expand RAM up to 13GB. The phone also supports dual 5G SIM cards. We’ll cover the main realme 9 pro features of the Realme 9 Pro, as well as the features that set it apart from its competitors.

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The phone runs Android 12 and comes with version 3.0 of the brand’s custom UI. It also comes with a Privacy Dashboard for controlling privacy settings, notifications when the camera is being used, and Material You theming. It’s priced at around $500 in India. It’s expected to arrive in Europe next month. For now, the smartphone is not available in Europe. But if the phone performs well in India, it could be a viable option in the future.

The phone has a remarkably good camera, but the UI is not without its faults. While the camera is good, the software is heavy on customization. The UI also suffers from bloatware. In addition to Realme’s own suite of apps, the phone also includes ads on its glance screen and notification shade. We found this to be frustrating. We would recommend looking elsewhere for a smartphone. You’ll likely be happy with a Realme 9 Pro instead of a cheaper model from a reputable company.

The Realme 9 series is designed to compete in the mid-range segment. With the Realme 9 Pro, the company promises better camera features and performance. Its 6.5-inch Super AMOLED display has a punch hole selfie camera for added clarity and a pixel density of 405. The phone also features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 chipset with 8GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage. There are two variants for the phone’s RAM, with the latter supporting up to 256GB of memory.

The Realme 9 Pro is a good choice if you’re looking for a midrange Android phone with flagship-level camera capabilities. The phone has a 50MP Sony IMX766 sensor, a 2MP macro sensor, and an 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera. The front of the phone sports a punch-hole display for the 16MP selfie camera. The Realme 9 Pro is a very pleasant phone to use, and I highly recommend it.

The battery life of the Realme 9 Pro Plus is decent for the price. It isn’t the largest in its class, but it’s plenty for a full day. Of course, battery mileage will vary depending on the amount of usage. This phone has a fast charge feature of 60W, which takes around an hour to charge from empty to full. The battery can also be topped up at a speed of 2.4GHz.

The Realme 9 Pro Plus comes with a large display with an AMOLED panel that delivers deep black levels. It also boasts perfect contrast. The screen also supports four different display profiles, including “natural” mode for colour purists. Unfortunately, the screen only goes up to 400cd/m2 brightness, and HDR playback is not supported. The Realme 9 Pro’s UI is easy to use, so a good quality screen should be a key selling point for this phone.

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