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The Realme 9 Pro+ will be Europe’s first Dimensity 920 phone

The Realme 9 Pro+ will be Europe’s first Dimensity 920 phone

Realme is a big fan of MediaTek’s Dimensity chipsets, especially when building affordable 5G devices. Last year, he launched the first Dimensity 810 phone in India, as well as the first Dimensity 1200 phone. Next on his to-do list is launching the first Dimensity 920 phone in Europe.

It’s part of what it calls the “All in 5G” strategy that will start with the launch of the upcoming Realme 9 series. The first Dimensity 920 phone in question is the Realme 9 Pro+.

The 920 chip is manufactured on TSMC’s 6nm node and features two Cortex-A78 cores (2.5 GHz) and six A55 cores (2.0 GHz), plus a Mali-G68 MC4 GPU and a 5G modem ( sub-6GHz). It supports 1080p+ displays with up to 120Hz refresh rate and should deliver 9% better gaming performance than the Dimensity 900.

Strategy-wise, the plan is simple: bring affordable 5G phones to Europe to continue fueling already impressive growth. Here’s a chart showing Realme’s rise in various European countries last year compared to 2020, and that’s just the series of numbers!

The Pro+ alone isn’t enough, so the company is also launching the Realme 9 Pro. It’s unclear which chipset will be used for this phone, but leaks suggest it will be the Snapdragon 695, another 6nm chip ( TSMC) with two Cortex-A78-derived cores (2.2 GHz), a GPU and display controller for 1080p + 120 Hz displays, and a 5G modem (sub-6 GHz).

We have not heard anything official about the arrival of Realme 9 5G in Europe, so it will only be the two professionals (at least initially).

Realme’s growth in Europe is impressive and not just limited to this region: according to data from Counterpoint Research, the company grew by 831% in the third quarter of 2021 compared to the same quarter of 2020. For comparison, the Global average growth (looking at only the top OEMs) was 121%.

Realme shipped a total of 40 million phones last year in its number streak, the Realme C, Narzo and GT series are also quite successful on their own.

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