Another new product of the realme 9 series entering the Myanmar market

The realme 9, which has entered the market at 539,900 Myanmar Kyats and includes a 108MP camera using the HM6 Image Sensor, realme Myanmar, another new product of the realme 9 series, is launching the new realme 9 smartphone, a creative light device that will allow you to experience shooting with the Flagship Camera, today, June 7th. It is known that it was introduced online in 2022

Realme 9 has entered the market with a price of 539,900 kyats. It is known that the world’s first unique wavy relief design (Ripple Holographic Design) has been used on the back of the phone. The wavy relief design used on the back of realme 9 is based on small desert dune layers. It is said that realme 9 has overcome the difficult production steps by adding an innovative Plasma Atom top layer and UV-Nano imaging process. g weight and thickness of only 7.99mm, it can be said that it is a slim and comfortable phone to hold in the hand.

Realme 9 is not only innovative in design, but also has new functions in photography, and to achieve better resolution and exposure, Samsung’s HM6 Image Sensor, which is specially designed for realme 9, has been added to the 108MP camera type. The sensor uses Nonapixel Plus technology, and due to the advantage of 9-sum Pixel Binning, it can achieve sufficient light intensity and capture clearer images in low-light environments.

Realme claims that noise, which is the main obstacle for a photo, is reduced to a minimum. Realme claims that independent photography can be achieved with realme 9. In addition, the hardware-based In-sensor Ultra Zoom system in the HM6 Image Sensor allows you to capture distant scenes by 3x magnification and achieve fine quality. It has a Super Wide camera that can achieve up to 120 degrees for wide-field shooting. It can be customized. realme 9 has a 90Hz Super AMOLED screen and a fingerprint sensor under the phone’s screen. The realme 9’s fingerprint sensor has a feature that is more useful for health, including a heart rate sensor.