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not only is this the first smartphone on the planet to use samsung’s new 50 megapixel isoscell gn5 sensor but one of the most insanely specked phones i have ever used we’re talking a 150 degree field of view ultra wide camera 60 millimeter telephoto lens ltpo 2.0 wqhd plus amoled display with a whopping 1500 nits of brightness skinned with gorilla glass vectors four nanometer run snapdragon 8 gen 1 chipset 12 gigs of lpddr5 ram 3d sonic max ultrasonic fingerprint sensor 4700 milliamp hour battery 120 watt wire charging 50 watt wireless charging bmw m branding and best of all it costs the exact same price as its predecessor this is technic and this is the aiku 9 pro [Music] the iq9 pro comes in two different color variants you can pick it up in a burnt engine orange which is a carbon fiber vegan leather or the version that i have here known as the legendary edition which is actually a frosted glass carbon fiber finish and it looks absolutely fantastic it does

come with a case in the box that pretty much makes it look as if it’s not even using a case since it resembles the actual design of the device itself but i’m not too sure about that camera visor at the back being so wide widespread out and not necessarily needing it we have a 4 700 milliamp hour battery under the hood as well as 120 watt wide charging a 50 watt wireless charging a snapdragon 8 gen 1 chipset and a new three-dimensional 18-fold vapor chamber cooling system it is skinned with gorilla glass victus on the front an aluminum frame wraps around and of course you have gloss or vegan leather at the back within that unnecessarily massive camera module at the back we are kitted with a 150 degree field of view 50 megapixel samsung iso cell jn1 ultrawide sensor as well as a 50 megapixel samsung isoscell gn5 sensor the first in the world to do so and completing the trio is a 16 megapixel telephoto cam and when comparing it to the xiaomi 12 pro on its left hand side and the realme gt pro on its right the iq 9 pro does have the fisheye effect thanks to that 150 degree ultrawide sensor which matches the real me gt2 pro which was actually the world’s first but where the iq one ups the real me over here is that it can actually shoot its 150 degree field of view mode using 50 megapixel native whereas the

realme gt2 pro can only bend it down to 12.5 and of course once the iq 9 pro does bin it down it naturally looks slightly brighter thanks to ai the iq9 pro can also shoot native 50 megapixel shots using the ultra wide cam at a slightly lower field of view at 119 degrees and of course it can also bend down to 12.5 megapixels for a neater looking shot but the 50 megapixel iso cell gn5 sensor is where this device truly shines as you can see with the native 50 megapixel shot over here as opposed to the xiaomi 12 pro and real me gt2 pros lesser lenses and when burning down the shot once again things start to look a bit crispier especially when indoors that gn5 sensor can also zoom in two times to get digital zoom over here just before the telephoto cam kicks in at 2.5 times but at two times the xiaomi 12 pro uses optical zoom thanks to its 50 megapixel telephoto lens that is currently been down to 12.5 megapixel showing quite a bit more detail than that of the iq and the real me but as soon as we hit 2.5 times zoom we are using optical on the iq9 pro over here thanks to its 16 megapixel telephoto cam which renders slightly more detail than the other two hopping on over to five times digital zoom on all three devices the two on the left using the telephoto lens to digitally zoom while the real me lacks a telephoto lens and is only using its main camera and you can clearly see the results over here with the iq truly shining quite a bit ahead of the xiaomi and way above the real me and when it comes to ten times digital zoom over here the aiku seriously outshines the other two once more over here thanks to rarely absorbing all the light around it and keeping all the details looking nice and natural do bear in mind that the max zoom of the iq9 pro is 30 times which is 10 times higher

than the real me and xiaomi device which is something that we’re going to be testing out in the full review and when taking a shot to get a bit of depth perception over here you can see that the edge detection is nearly perfect on the iq9 pro but i can’t really complain about the other two either we can also film ultrawide video on all devices here at 4k though the real me is capped at 30fps while the iq 9 pro can do 60 fps the iq 9 pro can also shoot at 150 degrees field of view ultrawide where the real me actually lacks video for it and we can use 4k 60 fps with the main sensor thanks to gimbal stabilized optical image stabilization using that 5 axis gimbal lens on the main cam the cameras are absolutely incredible i can’t wait to deep dive into them in the full review we have a textured power button on the right hand side as well as a volume rocker at the bottom we have a dual sim 5g dual 5g standby tray unfortunately no expandable storage but it does have a water resistant seal we have a usb type-c 2.0 port i still can’t understand why companies aren’t doing 3.0 first peak at the bottom second speaker at the top over there and we do have a 16 megapixel selfie camera but this is the exact same one used in the iq 8 pro and when it comes to selfies while the xiaomi and real me boast twice the amount of megapixel counts i actually feel like the aiku’s image comes out a bit more natural though the xiaomi does tend to pack in a tad more detail and switching over to portrait mode once again no gripes in terms of edge detection on either device over here all of them look pretty decent but i must say that the realme looks a

tad washed out but one of the downfalls of the device is that we are capped at 1080p 30fps selfie video recording and while we’re capped at 1080p 30fps and the xiaomi can do 60 fps i actually think the vivo’s looks the best so i guess the selfie camera is the only thing that’s a bit of a mixed bag when it comes to this device but once again i’m going to test this out in thorough detail in the full review and pulling down the device and powering it on for the first time over here the first thing that we’re going to be checking out is the qualcomm 3d sonic max ultrasonic fingerprint sensor which debuted with the arcu 8 pro and it is a massive sensor it takes one jab to register your fingerprints and you can choose a bunch of different features to go along with it it is nine times bigger than the ultrasonic sensor found within the samsung galaxy s21 ultra and it has a whopping size of 20 by 30 millimeters and takes just 0.2 seconds to register your finger and yes you can pretty much put it anywhere within that massive box now if you are wondering if there are different animation effects with the new origin os ocean they have added in a couple new ones but they are in relation to a wallpaper that you choose they look pretty neat but i kind of like the big square box that showcases that wonderful huge fingerprint sensor we also have 2d face unlock here not 3d face unlock it uses the selfie cam and hopping into settings jumping into the new origin os ocean it looks pretty good it looks pretty similar to origin os 1.0 you can now add more columns

and rows which is nice and you can’t switch through a parallel world to regular fun touch os i’m not sure how many of you feel about it but i actually really really like the software has all the bells and whistles such as monster mode to beef it up as well as separating and adding cubes loads of different widgets you can play around with tons and tons and tons of customizations which of course i’ll be diving into in the full review it just does so much right and there’s just so much to customize over here there’s not much not to love the one thing that you can love is that there is google but the one thing that you can’t really love is that while google works and i can actually sign into my account and yes you can download the play store from the actual built-in vivo app store it actually doesn’t open i’ve never seen this on an iq device i’m pretty sure it will get fixed with a software update i’ll keep you guys posted on that one once again in the full review now we do have 12 gigs of ram and we can extend it by an extra 4 gigs of ram though do bear in mind that uses ufs 3.1 storage and let’s not forget about that beefed up snapdragon 8 gen1 chipset run on 4 nanometer processed node technology which is supposedly twenty percent more powerful than its predecessor and thirty percent more power efficient and one slapping on monster mode the iq nine pro got a whopping score of one million twenty eight thousand three hundred and twenty two points which is more than 20 000 points higher than the next in line being the xiaomi 12 pro with the same chipset and way higher than its predecessor the iq 8 pro and i guess we kind of need all that power because we are running a native 1440p wqhd plus resolution over here with a pixels per inch of 518.

The display itself is 6.78 inches in size it is an e5 amoled panel over here it is of course curved it has 1 billion colors hdr 10 plus support 112 dci p3 and 140 srgb color gamut rating 1500 nits of peak brightness and of course we are also treated to that new ltpo 2.0 technology which ranges between 1 and 120 hertz and slapping it on max refresh rate that being 120 things feel nice and silky smooth the iq9 pro checks almost every box out there thanks to its out of this world display technology incredibly reliable super fast 3d sonic max ultrasonic fingerprint sensor super powered snapdragon 8 gen1 chipset massive 4700 milliamp hour battery with 120 watt wide and 50 watt wireless charging not to mention it packs in one of the best camera systems i have ever used making me extremely excited to deep dive into all aspects of the device so make sure to like subscribe and smash that notification bell so that you are notified as soon as my full review drops which should be within the next week this is technic and i’ll see you in the next one

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