realme, the world’s fastest-growing smartphone brand, today announced the availability and sales date for realme 9i- The Ulitmate Performer. The realme 9i will be the first realme smartphone to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 which is based on a 6nm process.  The smartphone is power-packed with numerous advanced features like Dart Charging solution, massive battery, excellent nightscape camera, smooth adaptive display, and more to bring an unparalleled experience to young users.

realme 9i features a powerful Octa-core processor, clocking up to 2.4GHz speed, bringing less power consumption and more performance. The processor provides a 25% increase in CPU and AI performance, as well as a 10% increase in GPU performance, allowing smoother application, faster launch, higher frame rate, better gaming experience, and fewer lags. It features a 33W Dart Charging solution, which can charge the smartphone up to 100% in just 70 mins. Equipped with a massive 5000mAh battery with super power-saving mode, realme 9i offers uninterrupted consumption and usage for long hours. realme 9i also features an advanced 50MP Nightscape triple Camera, comprising a 50MP Ultra HD Main Camera, a 2MP B&W Portrait Lens for professional portrait mode, and a 2MP macro lens along with trendy photography functions like Panoramic view, Expert, Timelapse, AI Beauty Filter, Super Text, Slow Motion, etc. It has an Adaptive 90Hz Smooth Display & supports five levels of refresh rate for a smooth experience. The smartphone comes with a Dynamic RAM Expansion Technology (DRE) up to 11GB that converts storage/ROM into virtual RAM to address the drawbacks caused by insufficient RAM and create more memory. With Dual Stereo Speakers, it provides a high-quality sound experience and supports Hi-Res dual certification.

realme 9i is available in two stunning colours – Prism Blue and Prism Black and comes in two storage variants priced at INR 13999 (4GB+64GB) and INR 15999 (6GB+128GB).

The first sale is scheduled for 25th January from 12 A.M onwards on,, and mainline channels.

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