realme, the global smartphone manufacturer, will soon be unveiling its latest addition to its Number series, the realme 9i 5G on 18th August 2022. Featuring the MediaTek Dimensity 810 5G chipset and a unique design, the new smartphone is bound to be one of the trendiest-looking smartphones in the segment.
realme has always been at the forefront of popularizing the advanced 5G technology. In line with the same, the brand is bringing the realme 9i 5G with the upgraded Dimensity 810 5G chipset, which mixes two highly capable Arm Cortex-A76 cores in its octa-core CPU operating up to a speedy 2.4GHz, providing the smartphone with better performance in the segment with a 385,000+ total score of AnTuTu benchmark.
The Dimensity 810 5G chipset uses the leading 6nm production processor, allowing the chipset to use its high-performance processors while consuming lesser power, thereby extending battery life and keeping you connected for longer. The Dimensity 810 also brings a powerful GPU – Arm Mali-G57 MC2 with 950MHz clock speed and supports 90Hz high refresh rate screen technology.
realme 9i 5G has gained the love of global lifestyle media and users upon its debut because of its mind-blowing design concept. Its Number product series is representative of the trend, and the to-be-launched 9i 5G is just a reiteration of the same. The 9i 5G brings the first vintage CD design to the industry, inspired by the trend of MET Gala 2022.
The all-new fashion-forward realme 9i 5G draws inspiration from light, and the reflective texture of the back bursts out from the camera when light falls on it, just like a CD, which changes with the light according to its ambience. It also subconsciously makes us think about music, which inspired the incorporation of hot rock, manic metal, and melancholy blues into the design of the phone’s rear panel.
This is the first time realme has adopted the true unibody process, which blends and unifies the camera with the back shell of the fuselage, changing the traditional camera housing and making the camera and the back fit more closely.