Realme 9 Pro full review

The Realme 9 Pro is a well-rounded midranger with an up-to-date set of features – an 120Hz display, a 6nm Snapdragon 695 5G chipset, a 5000mAh battery with 33W charging and solid software experience.
Check out our video review to learn ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW about the Realme 9 Pro’s top features, build and screen quality, battery life, performance, and camera image quality.

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0:00 Intro
0:30 Design and build
1:26 6.6’’ IPS LCD, 1080p, 120Hz refresh rate
2:10 Speakers and sound quality test
2:33 Battery endurance and charging (33W) speed
2:57 Snapdragon 695 5G, 6/8GB RAM
3:12 Android 12, Realme UI 3.0
3:58 Camera specs
4:06 Daylight photo quality
5:07 Low-light photo quality
5:40 Selfies
5:49 Video quality
6:09 Conclusion



  1. Get the pro + instead. The pro doesn't have the Flagship Sony camera sensor selling at the mid range price and it doesn't have the fancy blue colour as the Pro + too. The Pro is a good mid range phone but if you have bought a good mid range phone in the last two years then the pro isn't reason enough to upgrade yet.

  2. chinese should give more attention to the main camera , we don't want macro or depthsensor or a wide angle, we want good main cameras with ois and eis and 4k and natual colors and good details and good sharpness and stabilization , one camera is enough if its at the same level with what apple offers

  3. I expect that for future update the Realme 9 Pro will get better on camera performance. hopefully they constantly release updates & patches for this phone since they promise to deliver 2 years software update for this Realme Number series

  4. Please do a review of Vivo Y33s, it's getting Android 12 update at the end of March, maybe post update you can do, I'm telling this because it's one phone which was widely launched and the first budget phone with 50 MP main camera and 8 GB RAM.

  5. Understandable changes I'd say. Going LCD for a higher refresh rate targets a slightly different audience while there's still the choice of the Realme 8 line.

    Writing this on a Realme 8. I personally wouldn't go back to lcds now that I've experienced oled, however a higher refresh rate is very intriguing even if I'm not into mobile gaming at all for obvious reasons.

    If the camera didn't have that inaccurate warm tint and instead they had fixed their oversaturated and oversharpened processing it would be very interesting (even if I personally am a control freak who always edits RAWs regardless of the situation).

    If it was up to me, I'd get rid of the macro camera completely (since the 64mp mode can give you much better results you can crop) and I'd either upgrade the ultrawide or even the main lens on top of improving Realme's image processing.

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