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Realme 9 Pro Series soon to be launched globally

29 January 2022

City Desk :
Youth-centric brand realme's Number Series will bring the new 9 Pro Series to the global market soon.
The series will support all the benefits of 5G networks and is the first to adopt the MediaTek Dimentsity 920 5G Processor, the company said.
Realme was the fastest-growing 5G Android smartphone brand globally in Q3, with robust growth in India, China and Europe, according to the latest data released by market analyst firm Counterpoint Research, reports UNB.
Realme was able to outgrow the market with its 5G smartphone sales growing 831 percent YoY compared to the global growth rate of 121 percent.

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