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Is it Worth Buying RealMe 9 4G?

RealMe 9 Review

Even if you’re a fan of Realme, stay away from the RealMe 9 4G, it has everything that Rs 17999 smartphones shouldn’t have from Snapdragon 680 processor to a gimmicky 108MP sensor.

So let’s find out whether it’s worth spending Rs 17999 on RealMe 9 4G or not?

The RealMe 9 4G price in India starts from Rs 17,999 for 6GB RAM + 128GB storage while 8GB RAM + 128GB storage is available at Rs 18,999. The device comes with Meteor Black, Sunburst Gold, and Stargaze White color options and it will be available from 12 April 2022 at noon via Flipkart and RealMe.com/in.

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Is it Worth Buying RealMe 9 4G?

RealMe 9 Review

RealMe 9 4G is not worth buying because the phone is overpriced while the phone is powered by Snapdragon 680 which doesn’t justify the Rs 17999 price tag, we’re getting the same SoC in a 13k smartphone and also, RealMe is laying about that 108MP sensor too, all in all, don’t waste your money on RealMe 9 4G…

As I have said, don’t expect much from the camera department. 108MP label does help to market the smartphone and some users will buy this phone because of the 108MP sensor but in Real life, it should be either 64MP or 32MP sensor because Snapdragon 680 is not cable to use 108MP sensor.

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The display is not that smooth, there are some frame drops and lag while using smartphones because of the Snapdragon 680 processor.

The processor is not powerful enough to handle the 90hz refresh rate, so that’s the reason, why you will see frame drop here and there.

Overall, RealMe should have gone with Snapdragon 695 processor but they didn’t because they already have RealMe 9 Pro 5G at an 18k price, so they can’t add the same processor at the same price.

RealMe needs to optimize that 108MP sensor along with others, so this can be called an 18k smartphone otherwise, this is just another smartphone that is launched at 18k that happens to come from RealMe and not from Samsung.

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The RealMe 9 Pro 5G comes with a 5,000 mAh battery with 33W fast charging support. The 33W charger will take about 59 minutes to charge from 0 to 100%.

Overall, the battery will last for a day, the Snapdragon 680 SoC is power-efficient SoC and it will give better battery life.

Verdict

I think you already know what to do but still, I would recommend you to skip the RealMe 9 4G and consider the POCO X4 Pro 5G (review) or even RealMe 9 Pro 5G (review)

Again, if you have any kind of questions then do let me know in the comment box, see you there.

RealMe 9 4G Specifications

Launch Date8th April 2022
First Sale12th April 2022 via Flipkart at noon
Display6.40-inches FHD+ AMOLED
Touch sampling rate Up to 360Hz
Screen-to-body ratio: 90.8%
Resolution1080 x 2400 pixels resolution
DimensionsWidth: 73.3 mm
Height: 160.2 mm
Depth: 7.99 mm
Weight: 178 g
Display ProtectionUnspecified
Screen Refresh Rate90Hz Refresh Rate
BuildGlass front
Plastic frame,
Plastic back
OSAndroid 12 – RealMe UI 3.0
ChipsetSnapdragon 680 Processor
GPU Adreno 610
CPUOcta-core,
Cortex-A73 2.4GHz x 4
Cortex-A53 1.9GHz x 4
Storage6GB Ram + 128GB Storage
8GB Ram + 128GB Storage

– LPDDR4 Ram
– UFS 2.2 Storage
Card SlotDedicated Micro-SD Card Slot
Rear Cameras108 MP Primary Sensor
8 MP Ultra-Wide
2 MP Macro
Video[email protected]
Front Camera16MP Selfie Shooter
Video[email protected]
3.5mm JackYes
Stereo SpeakersNo
Bluetooth Version5.1
5G SupportNO
NFCNo
IR BlasterNo
SensorsMagnetic Induction Sensor
Light Sensor
Proximity Sensor
Gyro-meter
Acceleration Sensor
Fingerprint SensorIn-Display, Optical
Battery5,000 mAh (non-removable)
Charging Speed33W wired fast Charging
Charging Time0% to 100% in 59 Minutes
ColorsSunburst Gold,
Stargaze White, and
Meteor Black colors. 
SAR ValueHead: 1.186 W/kg,
Body: 0.709 W/kg
Model NumberRMX3521
Weight178 Gram
SAR ValueHead: 1.162 W/kg,
Body: 0.593 W/kg
Price6GB Ram + 128GB storage: Rs 17,999
8GB Ram + 128GB storage: Rs 18,999
In the boxRealMe 9 4G

33W Adapter
USB Type-C cable
Guide papers
SIM tool
Protective case
Available atFlipkart & RealMe.com/in

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