Realme 9 Pro+ Free Fire Edition officially teased: Will it launch in India?

We currently have no further details about this special edition of the 9 Pro+ and neither has Realme revealed its plans for an official launch.

Realme 9 Pro+ is Realme’s brand new mid-range smartphone that takes on the likes of the Nord 2, Xiaomi 11i Hypercharge and more. After its launch earlier this week in India, Realme Global is now teasing a special Free Fire Edition of the Realme 9 Pro+.

We currently have no further details about this special edition of the 9 Pro+ and neither has Realme revealed its plans for an official launch. However, we can speculate that the Realme 9 Pro+ Free Fire Edition could come with a custom design in line with the popular battle royale game.

Realme also faces a catch-22 situation in India if it plans to launch this special edition as Garena Free Fire is currently banned in the country. This comes as a part of the Indian Government’s continued onslaught on apps of Chinese origin. Garena Free Fire along with 54 other apps are currently facing a ban in the Indian region.

That said, Garena also publishes Free Fire Max which is a graphically demanding game made for powerful processors and it continues to be live in India which might leave some wiggle room for Realme to launch this 9 Pro+ Free Fire special edition.

We reviewed the Realme 9 Pro+, taking it through our usual set of performance tests and found that it is actually a capable camera phone under Rs 25,000. You can read the full review here.

Realme 9 Pro+ specs

The Realme 9 Pro+ features a 6.4-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display that supports a 90Hz refresh rate. The phone is powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 920 chipset and has a triple camera stack on the back. There is a 50MP main camera, an 8MP ultra-wide camera and a 2MP macro camera. On the front, there is a 16MP selfie camera. As for the battery the Realme 9 Pro+ is equipped with a 4,500mAh battery that supports 60W fast charging out-of-the-box.

Also Read: Garena Free Fire among 54 Chinese Apps have been reportedly banned in India

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