Making phone calls, sending messages, surfing the internet - for most people, everyday life is hardly conceivable without a smartphone. It is therefore all the more important to be able to rely on the devices. The Stiftung Warentest smartphone test answers the question of which model is the test winner and which ones lack stability or basic functions...
realme 9i128 GB, Prism Black, 6.60", Dual SIM, 50 Mpx, 4G
Due to the higher number of transistors and greater density, the data processing efficiency is faster and the power loss is lower, while the CPU main frequency and the overall arithmetic performance and efficiency are greater. This has the advantage of making the smartphone's applications launch faster and improving performance. A longer battery life compared to the Realme 8i, which should be especially interesting for people who use their smartphone a lot. Displays with a fast refresh rate no longer exhibit animation blur and provide a much better user experience when scrolling and gaming. The Realme 9i is equipped with the first Snapdragon 680 6 nm processor in this segment. As an optimal powerful Qualcomm 4G processor, it provides extensive improvements to the smartphone's performance. A charging technology with higher voltage and lower amperage is integrated for faster charging. The stepless variable speed adjustment can intelligently adjust the voltage and amperage. The unit is fine-tuned with 500mA as the drive, improving the charging efficiency and reducing the unnecessary heat loss caused by charging.
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2412 x 1080 Pixels
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These test reports were translated automatically.
Overall ratingVery good80/100
Stiftung WarentestSmartphones im Test - Das beste Handy für SieReleaseAugust 2022
Good75/100Rank 24 out of 41
TariftippSingle testReleaseMarch 2022
- Finger sensor & face recognition
- Dual SIM & micro-SD simultaneously
- Fast battery charging thanks to 33 watts
- 6.6" FullView display with 90 Hz
- proper processing
- No ultra wide-angle lens