Realme 9i leaked renders reveal Realme GT Neo 2-like rear camera module


  • Realme 9i has appeared in leaked renders
  • It reveals Realme GT Neo 2 like camera setup
  • The smartphone is expected to debut next month

Realme 9i has been spotted in leaked renders courtesy of Vietnamese publication The images give us a look at the brand’s upcoming offering. The Realme 9i will debut as the successor to the Realme 8i (review) that was launched in September in India.

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As per past reports, the Realme 9i is expected to debut globally in January 2022. The device has been found on the EEC certification website with model number RMX3491. Let’s find out what we know about the Realme 9i. 

Realme 9i leaked renders reveal design 

Realme 9i

Realme 9i leaked renders

The Realme 9i sports a triple rectangular camera module with the sensor alignment similar to the Realme GT Neo 2 (review). On the front, there is a punch-hole cutout for a selfie camera at the top left corner. The smartphone’s display is surrounded by thin bezels  There is a power button on the right side whereas the volume rocker buttons are located on the left side of the device. The bottom of the smartphone houses a USB-C port and a speaker grille. 

Apart from this, the renders don’t reveal any additional information including the core specifications of the Realme 9i. The smartphone will reportedly come with a 6.5-inch FHD+ display. It is tipped to be powered by an Helio G90T SoC with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage. On the imaging front, the smartphone rear camera setup is rumoured to comprise 64MP, 8MP, and 2MP sensors whereas on the front it could feature a 32MP snapper. The Realme 9i is expected to be backed by a 5,000mAh battery unit. 


Viraj Gawde

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