Chinese-based renowned mobile manufacturer, Realme has been teasing the launch of its upcoming smartphone Realme 9 Pro and Pro+ on February 15 in the market. As per the latest news, the long-awaited smartphone will feature an industry-first color-variegating rear design.
In an official tweet, Realme confirmed it.
#CaptureTheLight” a smooth coruscate transition appears blue to dawn red. The change takes place when you take it from one place to another.
The color-shifting happens in less than five seconds when placing it to the original state, and it’ll gain back its solid form with shady textures of reformed color reflecting on the back cover goads the eye to pay attention to it.
Although the same shade of this technology is seen barely in Vivo’s V23 and V23 Pro, regardless of the transition, both come with a gleaming gold finish that transports its color from gold to blue; it welcomes new visitors into the stance.
Moreover, Realme wields a much different approach in naming the front of the phone. The phone promises to provide a sky blue finish. The company delineates the smartphone as a “chameleon,” but the animal shifts its color to show its emotions, not to alert anyone. In that case, Realme’s new phone would reflect your emotions through the transition.
Realme should show the absolute difference in the change from VIVO to achieve this; Realme takes off the speed section to alter it in some way to make it blazingly fast, and it is much more critical for the brand to bring the expected outcome. Yet, it has to be something that ostentate the significance of the phone. The company made several attempts to overcome obstacles; inexact, it took over 200 attempts to accomplish the envisioned result, and the process includes how to modify the structure to exhibit the shifting colors and dwindle again promptly.
The Realme 9 Pro+ will sport a MediaTek Dimensity 920 processor, and also it is the slimmest handset from the brand number series models. The phone is expected to debut on February 15, following the official announcement on 26 January.