Rumor has it, Realme is readying four phones as part of the Realme 9 series for next year – 9i, 9, 9 Pro and 9 Pro+. The two ends of the spectrum – 9i and 9 Pro+ – have now appeared online, giving us a few more bits.
The detailed specs of the main and the selfie 9 Pro+ cameras come courtesy of Camera FV-5, while the 9i’s information comes from the NTBC certification..
Starting with the 9 Pro+. The Camera FV-5 is an Android app that lists the detailed camera specs of the devices it’s installed on and keeps a log of all devices. In this case, the RMX3393 smartphone is believed to be the Realme 9 Pro+ and it features a 50MP 1/1.56″ sensors with 1.0µm pixels and f/1.8 lens on its main camera. The listed 12.6MP sensor and 2.0µm pixels are in the default binned mode.
On the front, we have a 16MP f/2.5, camera, again probably a quad-bayer sensor with a binned resolution of 4MP.
Sadly, the listing doesn’t reveal anything regarding the additional cameras on the back.
Now as far as Realme 9i is concerned, it has been spotted in an NBTC listing with model number RMX3941 and as it’s usually the case with these sorts of listings, there’s nothing much to talk about here. It can only serve as a sign that Realme is preparing to launch the 9 family pretty soon, especially considering that an FCC listing has also been spotted in the past.