The Realme 9 series is among the first to feature the 108-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL HM6 image sensor

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Realme has officially announced the inclusion of a 108MP ProLight camera in its upcoming Realme 9 series smartphone. The camera will be equipped with Samsung’s latest ISOCELL HM6 image sensor. This Realme handset is rumored to be the Realme 9 4G smartphone which has recently been upgraded with a 108MP main camera. The smartphone has been making the rounds on various certification sites and is set to be announced soon. However, the Chinese tech giant has not indicated which model of the Realme 9 series will launch with the new “ProLight” camera.

Realme confirmed the inclusion of the 108-megapixel “ProLight” camera in its number line through a press release. As mentioned, this camera is powered by a Samsung ISOCELL HM6 image sensor. It features NonaPixel Plus technology, which uses the 9Sum pixel binning solution for a 123 percent improvement in overall light capture compared to the Samsung ISOCELL HM2 image sensor. According to the company, this feature improves the camera’s low-light imaging capabilities with significantly brighter photos and improved color reproduction. In addition, the “ProLight” camera uses the ultra-zoom technology of the HM6 sensor to take zoomed-in shots. It uses a merging algorithm to clearly capture the smallest details.

Previous reports have suggested that the rumored Realme 9 4G handset will come with a 6.6-inch IPS LCD Full HD+ display with a 144Hz refresh rate. There’s said to be a 5,000mAh battery that supports 33W fast charging. This smartphone is said to be launched in two configurations – 6GB RAM + 128GB storage and 8GB RAM + 128GB storage.

The Realme 9 4G could launch in three color options – Meteor Black, Sunburst Gold, and Stargaze White. It is noted that this is a mid-range offering priced below Rs. 15,000.

The Realme 9 Series currently includes the Realme 9 5G, Realme 9 Pro 5G, Realme 9 5G SE, and Realme 9 Pro+ 5G.


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