This week we’ve seen Realme 9 Pro Plus teasers, showing off the shiny colour morphing back end – and with the official launch slated for Feb, we don’t have long to wait for more! My unboxing will cover the rest of the specs, camera tech etc, and my full review should be out soon after.
As well as the Realme 9 Pro Plus, we’ve had a sniff of the OnePlus Nord CE 2 and a new Lite model. These budget friendly smartphones should pack very different specifications – an AMOLED screen, Dimensity chipset and fresh 64MP camera for the OnePlus Nord CE 2, and an IPS panel, Snapdragon SoC and cut-back optics for the Nord CE 2 Lite.
Speaking of the best budget phones hitting the UK in 2022, did you check out my unboxing of the Redmi Note 11 Pro this week? You did? And you thought it was cack? Well, can’t please ’em all.
Are you tempted to wait for the Realme 9 Pro Plus or OnePlus Nord CE 2? Let me know below!
0:00 – Short and dirty
0:58 – OnePlus Nord CE 2 & Lite
2:45 – Realme 9 Pro & Pro Plus
4:22 – Viewer comments
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