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Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Revealed -Starts At $150, 48MP, Snapdragon 660 & More

Redmi was one of the most notable ranges of devices for they targetted a wider range of audience with their insanely affordable pricing with very little trade-offs. The branch was recently revealed to be separated from Xiaomi to better focus on sales and the brand itself. The newest addition to the Redmi franchise is here and the approach seems different to what the previous devices had.

Xiaomi’s New Redmi Note 7 Is A Beast- Here’s The Internals

The Redmi Note 7, successor to the Note 6 is packed with a Snapdragon 660 SoC paired with a hefty 4000 mAh battery and a 48 MP primary rear shooter. The highlight of the smartphone is undoubtedly the camera and the photography aspect. The Redmi Note 7 sports the Samsung ISOCELL Bright GM1 backside illuminated CMOS sensor that has 48 million physical pixels. Calling the sensor powerful would be an understatement. The camera paired with Samsung’s Tetra Cell technology manages to pull off some serious imagery with improved light sensitivity which drastically improves low light performance. Besides that the AI thanks to the 660 chip is good enough to actually squeeze out results worthwhile.

Redmi Note 7 Camera Samples


Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pricing & Availability

The Redmi Note 7 as a whole sports all the basic features which defined 2018, with a teardrop notch, a USB-C connection port and three gradient colour options. It also comes loaded with an IR blaster to control TVs, ACs and all sort of other goodies which are quite popular in the region for some reason. Furthermore, the 6.3-inch 19.5:9 FHD+ display that is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5 is no joke and validates the position of Redmi in the same timeline where the Pocophone, OnePlus and Honor series smartphones exist. The phone pricing starts at 999 RMB or $150 for the 3+32GB option. The phone hits shelves on January 15th. The complete specifications of the device are as follows.

Redmi Note 7Specifications
CPUSnapdragon 660 SoC
Display6.3-inch 19.5:9 FHD+
Camera48MP+6MP Samsung ISOCELL Bright GM1
Storage3/4/6 GB RAM
Battery4000 mAh


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