Realme 9i: High-resolution CAD-based renders show what the affordable smartphone with a 5,000 mAh battery and a 50 MP camera will look like
@OnLeaks has teamed up with 91mobiles again to deliver high-resolution renders of the Realme 9i. Yesterday, The Pixel revealed several details about Realme's next budget smartphone, which is thought to be arriving in January 2022.
As the images throughout this article show, the Realme 9i has a ribbed back panel, presumably made of plastic. Additionally, the smartphone has a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, not seen in The Pixel's leak. Overall, the Realme 9i reminds us of the GT Neo 2 5G, albeit with weaker hardware.
Accordingly, the Realme 9i has a 3.5 mm headphone jack that the GT Neo 2 5G lacks. Moreover, Realme is expected to equip the device with a Snapdragon 680 SoC, powered by a 5,000 mAh battery. While the GT Neo 2 5G also has a 5,000 mAh battery, it relies on the more powerful Snapdragon 870 instead.
Furthermore, the Realme 9i is tipped to arrive with a 90 Hz and 1080p IPS display, along with a 50 MP primary camera. Unfortunately, its other two rear-facing cameras look rather small. If the Realme 8i is anything to go by, these other two cameras will be 2 MP sensors used for capturing depth of field and macro information.