Realme 9 Pro 5G, Realme 9 Pro+ 5G India Launch Today: How to Watch Livestream, Expected Price, Specifications

Realme 9 Professional 5G and Realme 9 Professional+ 5G will launch in India right now. The new smartphone collection from Realme has had some of its key requirements verified by means of a committed microsite. Realme 9 Professional+ 5G will be run by a MediaTek Dimensity 920 SoC paired with an Arm Mali-G68 GPU. The smartphone is also confirmed to get a 50-megapixel Sony IMX766 key sensor with optical image stabilisation (OIS). Each Realme 9 Professional 5G and Realme 9 Pro+ 5G element a Light Change Structure that adjustments colour below sunlight.

Realme 9 Professional 5G, Realme 9 Pro+ 5G celebration livestream particulars

The start event for Realme 9 Professional 5G and Realme 9 Professional+ 5G is scheduled for 1:30pm IST right now (February 16). The occasion can be viewed on Realme’s formal YouTube channel. Alternatively, you can view it proper in this article from the online video embedded beneath.

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Nomad iPhone 13 Pro Max case review: in pictures

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Nomad Iphone 13 Professional Max lineup


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Fashionable Leather-based scenario in Rustic Brown


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Not a supporter of the raised buttons


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Bottom of the Fashionable Leather situation


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Inside of microfiber materials and MagSafe support


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Lovely Marine Blue Sport scenario


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Lunar Gray appears awesome with Graphite Iphone 13 Pro Max


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Left side buttons and ringer change opening


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MagSafe compatible back panel

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Vivo V23 Pro Review: Sleek, Stylish and Feature-Packed

Over the past year, the sub-Rs. 40,000 smartphone segment has become crowded with plenty of options to choose from. Most of these smartphones are premium devices or “value flagships”, as they tend to offer top-tier performance and capture vastly better photos than lower-priced, mid-range phones. Their affordable price tags (compared to flagship smartphones) usually means that features such as an IP68 rating or wireless charging get the boot, although we have seen a few exceptions.

The Vivo V23 Pro seems to have graduated to the value-flagship segment, and the reason for this is its price, which starts at Rs. 38,990. That’s roughly Rs. 10,000 more than the Vivo V21. Compared to the previous Pro model, which was the V20 Pro (Review) launched back in 2020, the V23 Pro features several hardware upgrades such as a 108-megapixel rear camera, 50-megapixel front-facing camera, and front-facing LED flash for selfies. Is the Vivo

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Motorola Edge 30 Pro India, Global Launch Tipped for February

Motorola Edge 30 Professional India and worldwide launch could take location sometime in February, as per a report. The exact start date of the smartphone is not regarded still. The phone’s important specs as well as style and design surfaced previous week. It is documented to be the rebranded variation of the Motorola Edge X30 that launched in China very last month. If it can be genuine, the smartphone will be driven by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC. Even so, the style and design of Motorola Edge 30 Professional is claimed to be marginally various to Motorola Edge X30.

As for every a report by 91Mobiles, Motorola plans to start the Motorola Edge 30 Professional smartphone in February globally and in the Indian industry. The report also suggests that the phone could be sold in the country underneath a various moniker than in China where it built its

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Huawei P50 Pro review: Elegant hardware and great cameras, but no Google or 5G

The 6.6-inch Huawei P50 Pro runs on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 chipset with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage, but there’s no 5G support. 

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Huawei is marketing its P50 Pro flagship smartphone, which is now available outside China (but not in the US), as ‘a legend reborn’, but there are several complications to consider. Chief among these is the absence of Google Mobile Services, which, along with the lack of 5G support, substantially reduces its appeal. In fact, thanks to its well-publicised and ongoing problems with access to US technology, Huawei hasn’t figured in the worldwide top five smartphone vendors since Q3 2020, shortly before the company sold off its Honor sub-brand. 

Huawei’s P-series phones have consistently offered excellent photography features, and the P50 Pro, which costs €1,199 in Europe (~$1,353), looks to continue that tradition. But is that enough? 


  • Excellent camera system
  • Powerful chipset
  • Premium
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