Realme 9 – first smartphone powered by ISOCELL HM6 image sensor to be launched in Bangladesh

Realme will launch the Realme 9 4G on May 22. It is equipped with the ProLight 108MP camera, powered by Samsung ISOCELL HM6.

The Realme number series is popular with young people around the world as it delivers a premium imaging experience that exceeds expectations from start to finish, a press release reads. Realme 8 was one of the few smartphones that had a 64MP camera.

With Realme 9, the company is ready to make a breakthrough.

The latest NonaPixel Plus technology, upgrading the traditional 3Sum-3Avg solution to an unprecedented 9Sum reading solution, brings superb brightness to photos taken by Realme 9.

In practice, the 9Sum Pixel Binning solution based on NonaPixel Plus technology improves the overall light intake by 123% compared to the Samsung ISOCELL HM2 image sensor.

Also, after the actual photo comparison, Realme finds that the low-light photo taken on Realme 9 is noticeably brighter with better color reproduction.

Aiming to provide users with a high-quality photo experience, Realme 9 uses the ultra-zoom technology built into the HM6 sensor with a fusion algorithm to create a beautiful magnified shot to get closer to details and compose photos of the way they want. Along with a power camera, the device will also have a 90Hz Super AMOLED display and will feature a 6nm Snapdragon 680 processor.

On May 22, Realme will also officially launch the Realme C35, which is expected to be 2022’s best-looking phone so far.

Realme has entered 61 markets globally, including China, India, Southeast Asia, South Asia, Europe, Russia, Australia, Middle East, Africa , etc. Realme is committed to powerful performance, elegant design, sincere services, and would constantly explore more possibilities for cutting-edge technology products.

Michael C. Garrison