Realme 9i 5G: Diving Deeper into 5G
Did you note the arrival of Realme 9i 4G in India? Well, it arrived with some Unisoc chipset and was literally not noticed by people. So Realme decided to revive it, bringing the Realme 9i 5G smartphone to India, and this smartphone is expected to launch soon.
Realme 9i 5G: Expected Features
While Realme 9i 5G is not launched yet, the features are not yet confirmed. However, the smartphone is expected to arrive with an IPS LCD display that supports a 90Hz display refresh rate. Besides. The smartphone is also expected to have a 1080p display resolution and 20:9 display aspect ratio.
As per the latest leaks, the smartphone would arrive with a Mediatek Dimensity 810 chipset and this looks pretty good for a budget 5G device. This 6nm chipset is octa-core in structure and is clocked at 2.4GHz. Well, while this chipset has already been used in so many devices in the past and promises really good performances.
Besides, the smartphone also contains a 50MP triple rear camera which looks quite good. They promise an 8MP front camera as well and I believe the cost of the smartphone would determine whether or not the features are good enough.
Also, one of the most important features of the device is its powerful battery section. The device promises a 5000mAH battery which comes with as much as 18W fast charging support and this looks good as well.
The other features of the device have still not been revealed and they would come to the limelight only when the smartphone gets launched.
Realme 9i 5G: Expected Price
With all the above features in the smartphone, the cost of the device is expected to be around 15k for the lower variant with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. If there is a higher variant with 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage, I think they would put 17k on the price tag for such a smartphone.
And the smartphone looks really good for the users at such a cost.
Considering that the 5G network could arrive in India pretty soon, such budget 5G smartphones will get a lot of attention. What do you think about this?