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The Realme 9 Pro+ Price in Bangladesh 2022

The Realme 9 Pro+ Price in Bangladesh 2022
Brand: Realme
Category: Mobile Phone Specifications & Price in Bangladesh
  • Released Date: 2022, February 21
  • OS: Android 12, Realme UI 3.0
  • Camera: 50MP 2160p
  • Display: 6.43" 1080x2400 pixels
  • RAM: 6/8GB
  • Storage: 128/256 gb
  • Battery: 4500mAh Li-Po
  • Processor: Dimensity 920 5G

Specifications and Price in Bangladesh

Price in Bangladesh

Unofficial Price (6+128 GB) = 32,000 TK

Launch Date

Announced 2022, February 16
Released Date Released 2022, February 21
Status Available


Technology GSM / HSPA / LTE / 5G
2G bands GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - SIM 1 & SIM 2
3G bands HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1700(AWS) / 1900 / 2100
4G bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 26, 28, 38, 39, 40, 41, 66
5G bands 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 20, 28, 38, 40, 41, 66, 77, 78 SA/NSA
Speed HSPA 42.2/5.76 Mbps, LTE-A, 5G


Dimensions 160.2 x 73.3 x 8 mm (6.31 x 2.89 x 0.31 in)
Weight 182 g (6.42 oz)
Build Glass front (Gorilla Glass 5), glass back
SIM Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)


Type Super AMOLED, capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size 6.4 inches, 98.9 cm2 (~84.2% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution 1080 x 2400 pixels, 20:9 ratio (~411 ppi density)
Protection Corning Gorilla Glass 5
Features 90Hz, 430 nits (typ), 600 nits (HBM)
Heart rate monitor feature


WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
Bluetooth 5.0, A2DP, LE
GPS Yes, with dual-band A-GPS, GLONASS, BDS, GALILEO
FM radio
USB USB Type-C 2.0, USB On-The-Go
Infrared port


Card slot No
Internal 128/256 GB UFS 2.2
RAM 6/8 GB


OS Android 12, Realme UI 3.0
Chipset MediaTek Dimensity 920 5G (6 nm)
CPU Octa-core (2x2.5 GHz Cortex-A78 & 6x2.0 GHz Cortex-A55)
GPU Mali-G68 MC4


Primary camera 50 MP, f/1.8, 26mm (wide), PDAF, OIS
8 MP, f/2.3, 119˚, 16mm (ultrawide), 1/4.0", 1.12µm
2 MP, f/2.4, (depth)
Secondary camera 16 MP, f/2.4, 27mm (wide), 1/3.09", 1.0µm
Features LED flash, HDR, panorama
HDR, panorama
Video [email protected], [email protected]/60/120/480fps, [email protected], gyro-EIS
[email protected]/120fps, gyro-EIS


Alert types Vibration, MP3, WAV ringtones
Loudspeaker Yes, with stereo speakers
3.5mm jack Yes
24-bit/192kHz audio


Sensors Fingerprint (under display, optical), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass
Messaging SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email, IM
Browser HTML5


Battery type Non-removable Li-Po
Battery capacity 4500 mAh
Charging Fast charging 60W, 100% in 44 min (advertised) USB Power Delivery 3.0


Made by China
Color Midnight Black, Aurora Green, Sunrise Blue
Models RMX3392

Our Rating

The overall rating is based on review by our experts

  • Battery 6 / 10
  • Call Quality 5 / 10
  • Camera 5 / 10
  • Connectivity 6 / 10
  • Design 5 / 10
  • Display 6 / 10
  • Features 5 / 10
  • Multimedia 6 / 10
  • Performance 5 / 10
  • Usability 6 / 10

Realme 9 Pro+ Full Details and Review


In 2021, the Realme 8 was available in several models, including a “Pro” model,  The Realme 9, These are higher prices that are closer to those of the GT and X ranges (the Realme X50 5G, for example). Realme’s affordable family is therefore moving upmarket. It will thus come to rub more with Samsung’s Galaxy A, Motorola’s Moto G, Vivo’s V range, or even Oppo’s Reno.

Realme quickly made a name for itself on the market with smartphones with a very aggressive price/quality ratio. At the start of 2022, the brand shows a strong interest in more high-end devices but does not forget its core business.


With the Realme 9 Pro+, the Chinese are trying to market a good entry/mid-range smartphone by focusing on the photo, thanks to a sensor usually used on more expensive mobiles. it currently faces opponents like the Samsung A52s 5G, OnePlus Nord 2, and Oppo Find X3 Lite.

The Realme 9 Pro + will be available from February 23, 2022. It will be available at specialized stores as well as at the brand’s official store. In the box, you will find a polycarbonate shell, a 65-watt charger (identical to those of Oppo), and a USB Type-C cable. A screen protector is pre-installed on the Realme 9 Pro+ smartphone screen.


Attractive Design of Realme 9 Pro+


The Realme is a smartphone that would not have been listed in the catalog of Oppo, the parent company of the brand. We find there practically all the ergonomic codes of the Reno range, in particular, the Reno7 5G, launched officially a few days prematurely. A rectangular photo module A curved mineral glass back. A flat touch screen with thin bezels A blue dress with reflections We are on familiar ground. We are not very far from the codes of Realme either. This Realme 9 Pro+ looks a lot like the GT 2 and GT 2 Pro presented last month in China, as well as the GT Neo 2 that we tested at the end of last year.


Approaching the codes of Oppo’s Reno, the Realme 9 Pro + is visually the most qualitative of the affordable Realme. It sports a mineral glass back. It is very thin (7.99 mm). And it benefits from three colors. The color shown here is called Sunrise Blue. It is the most interesting because it changes color under the sun, taking on a hue between pink and orange. All it takes is three minutes and you’re done. This is a really nice innovation from Realme—provided you have the sun to enjoy it! because artificial light has no effect on it. A final note on the case: under the sun, Realme 9 Pro+ might change color, but the unsightly fingerprints will also stand out. This is the defect of all shiny shells.


In the upper right corner of the back, you find a rectangular photo module with four elements: three photo lenses and an LED flash. The protection of this module is made of glass. protrudes. In addition, each lens is ringed with metal. You can read the mention of “50MP OIS.” We were right about this in the photo part of this test. The edges here are not made of metal but of polycarbonate. This is certainly a concession to keep the starting price below 35,000 TK. We find in it the usual skewer of technical elements. At the bottom, a USB Type-C port, a microphone, a loudspeaker, and… a 3.5 mm mini-jack port! This is pleasing. We will talk about this in the audio part of the test.


On the left, a power button. On the right, are the volume controls, and the dual SIM drawer. At the top, is a second microphone for active noise reduction. On the front, you find a large touch screen with a punch in the upper left corner for the selfie sensor and a telephone earpiece that hides a secondary speaker. Under the slab is a fingerprint reader, which has a small peculiarity. We will talk about it in the “interface” part. This test looks more and more like a book in which you are the hero!


Super AMOLED Display of Realme 9 Pro+


Let’s turn on the screen and take a closer look at the touch screen. The Realme 9 Pro+ is equipped with a completely flat screen with rounded edges. The borders are very thin, except for the one that highlights the slab, which is slightly thicker. It’s still reasonable. The slab officially measures 6.4 inches, but we suspect it’s actually 6.43 inches (i.e. the same size as the Reno6’s slab). Fairly standard size, some will find it still a little too big. But this is necessary for multimedia content.


The screen definition is Full HD+. That is a resolution slightly higher than 400 pixels per inch. It’s a standard resolution now, even on entry-level smartphones. It is more than enough for all types of content while being optimized enough not to burden the autonomy. The nature of the panel is Super AMOLED (direct from the Samsung factories). The contrasts are therefore very deep and visibility is good in broad daylight. The advertised maximum brightness is 1000 nits. A figure that can only be achieved locally and under the sun. In everyday life, the maximum brightness you can reach manually is between 450 and 480 nits, depending on the display mode chosen.


The maximum refresh rate is 90Hz. There are three settings to choose from: 60Hz, 90Hz, or adaptive, with the latter enabled by default. The adaptive mode has only two positions: 60 or 90 Hz. But this increases autonomy. The sampling frequency is 360 Hz, four times the refresh. This is very good because usually, the ratio is more like two or three. The Realme 9 Pro+ offers not two, not three, but four-color display modes: Vivid (default), Natural, Cinematic, and Intense, with the latter two falling into a category called “Pro Mode.” The natural mode, the most respectful of colors, is based on the sRGB color sample. It has a very good average Delta E of 1.9 and an average temperature of 6404°. These are good values.


The other three use the DCI-P3 sample. The Delta E varies from 3.3 to 4.2. The color temperature reaches 6400°, with white being almost perfectly white, and rises a little above 7100° with the vivid and intense modes. This means that white pulls towards blue. As always, Realme offers a setting to adapt the color temperature according to your tastes.


Realme 9 Pro+ User Interface (UI) Experience 


Once the smartphone is on, you will discover the Realme UI, here in version 3.0. It is based on Android 12. This is good news because you get the latest version of Android. In addition, Realme announces that this smartphone (as well as the Realme 9 Pro) will benefit from at least two major Android updates, namely Android 13 and 14. For a smartphone under 35,000 TK, this is good news.


Overall, Realme UI 3.0 resembles the Realme UI 2.0 that we came across with the GT Neo 2 (and Oppo’s ColorOS releases from a year ago). You will find the ergonomic elements of Android, including the application drawer, which is activated by default. You’ll also find many of Oppo’s tools, such as Quick Launch with the fingerprint reader and the smart sidebar.

You will also find some system applications already integrated into the Realme UI, such as Game Mode (which benefits from a small facelift), Phone Manager, or File Manager. The latter is enriched here with a similar “Realme Share” sharing function, which is based on the file exchange system jointly developed by Oppo, Vivo, and Xiaomi. Finally, you find a few business partners: Facebook, LinkedIn, PUBG Mobile, Booking.com, and Amazon. It’s still reasonable. And some have even disappeared: Netflix, Prime Video, Amazon Music, or even Twitter. Cheer!


We noticed some small functional changes in the interface. Let’s go to the settings side, then to personalization. The tool to customize the interface has changed slightly and reflects the integration of Material You from Android 12. You can still choose your wallpaper, the shape of application icons and quick settings, the font, or even the animation of the fingerprint reader. But you can now choose the color of the interface elements either fixed or dynamically depending on the wallpaper. Not bad.


Another interesting change to find in the Realme Lab: is heart rate measurement. In the design part, we mentioned an interesting function related to the fingerprint reader: it is this one. The fingerprint reader here is optical, not ultrasonic. It uses its camera to analyze blood flow and calculate heart rate, similar to heart rate monitors in smartwatches. And it’s pretty accurate. You will also find in Realme Lab two new functions. It also features dual-mode music sharing, so two people can listen to the same music at the same time. Please note that one of the two headsets must be wired: they cannot both be connected via Bluetooth. And Capsule Sleep aims to improve the sleep of the user by forcing him to “shut down” his Realme 9 Pro+ smartphone during the predefined hours of rest. This is in addition to the “Do Not Disturb” options.


Realme 9 Pro+ Good Performance


Let’s move on to the performance part of the test. The Realme 9 Pro+ is equipped with a MediaTek Dimensity 920, a 5G-compatible octa-core SoC. It has 2 Cortex-A78 cores and 6 Cortex-A55 cores. The set is accompanied by our version of 8 GB of RAM. Added to this is 3 GB of virtual RAM that Realme activates by default. You can go down to 2GB, up to 5GB, or Disable this feature entirely. We’ve chosen to keep the default settings to reflect the experience you’ll have when you turn on Realme 9 Pro+ for the first time.


Looking at the Realme 9 Pro+ spec sheet, we expected the benchmark results to be average. And, compared to all smartphones released under the Snapdragon 778 and Dimensity 1200, this is true. But these are also more expensive. The Dimensity 920 simply replaces the Dimensity 900 that we came across in the Reno6. And, compared with its predecessor, it offers superior performance. It does not reach the level of a Snapdragon 778, but it comes close. These are good advantages.


Even if we are not at the level of a Snapdragon 888, you can play with the Realme 9 Pro+. You just have to be careful about the quality of the graphics. Genshin Impact remains smooth with default settings. Also, many games are largely playable with Realme 9 Pro+, with some slight slowdowns on some titles. And for everything else, the platform is more than enough.


In terms of stability and heat management, the Realme 9 Pro+ is a typical smartphone in the affordable segment. There is very little performance loss over time, with a stability score above 99%. and a very controlled increase in heat, since the internal temperature does not exceed 32°. At the battery level, it even rises to 37.5°. No doubt that the CPUs heat up a little more. But that has nothing to do with high-end processors.


In conclusion to this part on power, the Realme 9 Pro+ is not an ideal smartphone for gaming. It’s true. Moreover, Genshin Impact positions itself on “weak” graphics (but not “very weak”, that’s already it). On the other hand, the performance it deploys is stable. So if you really want to play demanding games with this mobile and are comfortable with the (sometimes fair) performance of its platform.


Battery Test of The Realme 9 Pro+


Now let’s talk about energy consumption. To power all its components, the Realme 9 Pro+ benefits from a 4500 mAh battery, which is quite good for a smartphone that measures less than 8 mm. It’s exactly two 2250 mAh cells, giving you a hint of how powerful the fast charge is. But we’ll talk about that a bit later. Like many MediaTek platforms, the Dimensity 920 does not consume much power compared to other SoCs, especially those from Qualcomm. In classic use (social networks, web, telephony, The Realme 9 Pro+, therefore, offers an autonomy of around two days when the refresh rate is set at 60 Hz and a full day and a half when it is at 90 Hz. And with the adaptive mode, the duration will be between these two extremes. Everything will depend on your usage.


Let’s talk about video games. With this use, autonomy is much less important. And that’s quite normal. But compared to other smartphones, especially more powerful ones, the Realme 9 Pro+ is doing well. 3D Mark informs us that the Realme 9 Pro+ smartphone loses between 5% and 10% of its battery in 20 minutes of underuse. That is a theory of between 3 hours and 20 minutes with demanding games and 6 hours and 40 minutes with games of standard quality.


With Genshin Impact, this is confirmed. With the default graphics quality (low level, as a reminder), we obtain a battery life of 6 hours and 15 minutes. And with the maximum quality (high graphics, 60 frames per second, and some slowdowns), the autonomy drops to 4 hours and 10 minutes. These are good numbers. It’s time to recharge the battery once it’s been discharged. The Realme 9 Pro+ Realme 9 Pro+ is compatible with 60-watt fast charging. We suspected as much thanks to the hint about the battery configuration. And it’s a nice surprise to see such power arrive in smartphones sold below 35,000 TK.


However, we are quite surprised that the power of the fast charge is not 65 watts as with the GTs (the GT Neo 2 for example) and as with Oppo. Especially since the supplied charger is precisely a 65-watt model (which is identical to those supplied by Oppo). This is strange. With this charger and the USB cable provided in the box, you can charge the Realme 9 Pro+ in 52 minutes. Charging starts at 0% and screens off. It’s a good score, although we expected it to be a little faster.


Some indicators for those who do not have 50 minutes in front of them. You reach 38% in 15 minutes, 50% in 20 minutes, 70% in 30 minutes, and 91% in 45 minutes. No wireless charging, of course. But that’s not necessary, with the speed of wired charging and the battery life on offer. Also note the presence of an optimized night charging tool, which adapts to your waking habits. The load being permanently limited to 80% or 90% of the maximum capacity would perhaps be a plus on this model.


Good Quality Sound of The Realme 9 Pro+


Now let’s move on to the audio part of this test. By obviously evoking the presence of the 3.5 mm jack port that we came across in the design part of this test. Despite the efforts of some brands to remove it, this connector is still present. And it’s nice to find it here, even if it doesn’t benefit from any very specific treatment here, apart from Hi-Res Audio compatibility.


Another interesting point is the double speaker. There are two speakers here: the main one on the lower edge and the second one in the telephone earpiece. A configuration certainly slightly unbalanced, but more qualitative than a mono solution. The sounds released by these two speakers are quite powerful and clear. It lacks roundness and detail. This is still insufficient, 

so you can fully enjoy a game or a movie. But it’s great for watching videos on YouTube, TikTok, and Instagram.


If you have premium headphones, the Realme 9 Pro+ offers a little bonus: Dolby Atmos compatibility. It’s very nice to find this codec in a mid-range product. It allows you to adapt the profile of the audio headset according to several scenarios: film, game, music; indoor, outdoor, and public transport. The only condition: is that the headphones support Dolby Atmos technology.


The Realme 9 Pro+ Photo


We come to the photo part of this test. In the affordable segments, the photos are not always very neat. We saw it in 2021 with the Realme 8 Pro (and we’re still seeing it in 2022): brands are showing off by multiplying unnecessary sensors and increasing the definition of the main sensors (to finally bring it down with Pixel Binning), instead of just two good quality sensors.


Realme is making a considerable effort here by integrating Sony’s famous IMX766, the star photosensor of the Find X3 Pro (which we also find in less expensive models). And that is great news! We, therefore, find this magnificent 50-megapixel sensor integrated with omnidirectional autofocus. It is, as always, associated with a wide-angle lens opening at f/1.8 and equipped with an optical stabilizer. Optical stabilization in a device under 35,000 TK is still very rare.


There are three other sensors in this Realme 9 Pro+ smartphone. The first is an 8-megapixel model with a 119° ultra-wide-angle lens opening at f/2.2. The second is a 2-megapixel model with a macro lens opening at f/2.4. And at the front, we find a 16-megapixel selfie sensor with a lens opening of f/ 2.5. These three elements are inherited from other Realme models, including the Realme 8 Pro.


Let’s move on to the results offered by these sensors. The main sensor really delivers great results in all light conditions. And if you have a little bit of sun, the shots will be brilliant. Very good control of light, lots of details, very nice contrast, and vibrant colors (perhaps even a little too much sometimes). All with great sharpness thanks to the optical stabilizer and very fast autofocus.


The Realme 9 Pro+ is also enriched with a few modes that highlight these elements. This is particularly the case with the “Street” mode, which allows you to take a snapshot very quickly of a moving object (like a car), as well as effects with an extended pause time (to create light trails). And it works pretty well. The same thing in the video: the IMX766 and its optical stabilizer work wonders. You can run with Realme 9 Pro+, the image remains stable and the results are bright.


At night, the 50-megapixel sensor also does a pretty good job. On most occasions, you don’t need to use night mode to take great photos, with detail, color, and balance. Besides, the night mode is sometimes counterproductive here. If your subject is moving, it will be blurry because the dwell time is extended. And when there’s enough light, it can ruin a shot by overexposing The scene The only interesting aspect of the night mode with the IMX766 here: is the photos of the illuminated signs.


The main sensor takes care of portraits and digital zoom (which goes up to 20x). The former is also good day or night, with a fairly precise outline of the subject (a few small imperfections to note all the same) and a fairly elegant bokeh effect (whose intensity can be adjusted). As for the digital zoom, it is very correct in the middle of the day up to the 8x ratio. But from the 10x ratio, the noise is very present and the photo is no longer qualitative. At night, the result is average as soon as you exceed the 5x ratio. Note that the night mode restricts the digital zoom to the 10x ratio.


With the wide-angle sensor, you will obviously not have the same satisfaction. By day, it offers very accurate results with good details and good colors. In addition, distortions due to the lens are fairly well managed. On the other hand, when the weather is bad or when it is dark, the results are much less convincing: the photos are dark and grainy. The night mode makes up for the lack of light but further deteriorates the details.


The macro sensor is even less qualitative. We got good results in a sunny scene (with details that are still quite rough because of the fairly low definition). This is not the case at night. The textures are grainy and the colors are not well respected. We would have preferred, once again, for the ultra-wide-angle sensor to take care of the macros.


Let’s finish with the selfie sensor. The results are correct, especially during the day and a little less at night. The portraits are natural and the faces are not reworked. Moreover, the beautification tools are disabled by default, with or without portrait mode. Be careful, at night, the results are less clear. That’s a shame. A note: we encountered a bug during our tests: the application closed when portrait mode was selected with the selfie sensor. It was fixed with a system update. Do not hesitate to update the Realme 9 Pro+ mobile phone from the first activation.


Conclusion Of The Realme 9 Pro+


The Realme 9 Pro+ is a member of the Realme X series without really admitting it. It is a very interesting smartphone. It stands out from the competition, especially at Redmi, thanks to the integration of an excellent main photo module, which makes it one of the best photophones under the 35,000 TK mark. This turn towards the photo also allows the Realme 9 Pro + not to encroach on the GT range, despite a price increase that positions Realme 9 Pro+ at almost the same price as the Realme GT Master Edition.


The rest of the technical sheet is not bad, quite the contrary. The platform is not very powerful, but it is quite sufficient for all daily use (and even a little game). The autonomy is up to the ambition and the fast charging is very correct (even if it could be optimized). The AMOLED screen offers a beautiful visual rendering in natural mode. The interface is complete. The audio part is also neat. And what about this case that changes color in the sun? Without major flaws and with great qualities, the Realme 9 Pro+ is a great achievement for the mid-range.


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