The Realme 9 Pro+ arrives in three colors, but the most intriguing is the Sunrise Blue. It has a photochromic layer that changes from blue to a pinkish-red hue in a matter of seconds when exposed to sunlight or UV light.
The 4,500mAh supports 60W SuperDart charging, and while it may sound slower than the 65W of the Realme 7 Pro it actually throttles less and achieves a full charge in 45 minutes,
Color options of the Realme 9 Pro+ are Sunrise Blue, Aurora Green, or Midnight Black. Prices begin from INR24,999 ($335) for the 6/128 GB, go to INR26,999 ($360) for the 8/128 GB, while the most expensive 8/256 GB memory variant is INR28,999 ($385).
The chipset here is a
Snapdragon 695 by
Qualcomm, and it still supports 5G connectivity.
The platform is coupled
with 6GB or 8GB RAM, and
a single 128GB storage
The triple camera setup on the back has a 64MP main shooter, an 8MP ultrawide one and a 2MP macro camera. The selfie camera has the same 16MP sensor.
Since the Realme 9 Pro is bigger than a Pro+ it also fits a larger battery - 5,000 mAh. It charges at a relatively tame 33W, but you still get the required charger in the retail box.
Realme 9 Pro is also arriving in Blue, Green, and Black colors. Prices are INR17,999 ($240) for the 6/128 GB variant or INR20,999 ($280) for the 8/128 GB option.