Realme 9 Pro and Realme 9 Pro+ to launch in Europe with a colour-changing 'chameleon' back
Realme has unveiled the design of the Realme 9 Pro series, just a day after it teased that it had integrated a heart rate sensor within the Realme 9 Pro+. While the Realme 9 Pro series looks like many other smartphones, Realme is making much of the series' colour-changing back panels. By default, the smartphones will have blue back panels, but UV will change them to a shade of orange. Hence, the pair will launch in Realme's 'Sunrise Blue' colourway.
Apparently, the Realme 9 Pro series will change colour in approximately five seconds. Realme emphasises that it conducted over 200 experiments to adapt the molecular structure of the colour-changing layer to maximise its radiance. However, Vivo has already introduced this technology with the V23 Pro. For reference, BBK Electronics owns both Realme and Vivo, along with OnePlus, Oppo and iQOO.
Additionally, Realme claims that the Realme 9 Pro weighs 182 g and is 7.99 mm thick. As the company's marketing photos show, the handset has three rear-facing cameras, with one a 50 MP and optically stabilised camera sensor. Currently, Realme has not confirmed how much the Realme 9 Pro series will cost, but it will arrive as the Realme 9 Pro and the Realme 9 Pro+. By contrast, the Realme 9 will come to market as nothing more than a re-branded Realme 8 5G. Realme has not commented on when any of the Realme 9 series will be available in Europe, either.