Xiaomi announces Redmi 7 in China

Xiaomi announces Redmi 7 in China

Just like its predecessors such as Redmi 6A and Redmi 6, the new model thread nicely between entry-level and lower mid-range market. The Redmi 7 succeeds Redmi 6 which was one of the bestselling budget smartphones in India past year. On the rear, the device sports 12MP + 2MP dual camera setup on the rear.

The Redmi 7 comprises a mid-range Snapdragon 632 SoC, a notched 6.26-inch HD+ Dot Drop display, and another hefty 4,000mAh battery that Xiaomi promises can achieve 400 hours of standby time. Along with the rear-facing fingerprint sensor, the device can also be unlocked via AI face unlock using the front camera. Lastly, the phone comes backed by a 3900mAh battery which should last for a whole day without any issues. The onboard AI improves pictures captured with the rear camera further. Rs 7,200); the 3GB+32GB variant of the Redmi 7 carries a price tag of 799 Yuan (approx.

The so called Redmi 7 is confirmed to have an 3.5mm port for headphones, an infrared (IR) blaster which will let you control your air conditioners and TV. The Chinese variant will also come with an 18W charger within the box, unlike the Indian units.

Like we saw in the leaked renders, the Redmi 7 sports a gradient design which is pretty much identical to the Honor 8C smartphone. The 4GB variant of the Redmi Note 7 Pro, on the other hand, was not mentioned at the event so it is safe to assume that the version is now exclusive to India.

These cheap wireless earphones weigh only 4.1 grams on each of the ears and utilize Bluetooth 5.0 for connecting to your smartphone or other devices. The Redmi 7 phone comes in three variants (2GB, 3GB & 4GB) whereas Redmi Note 7 Pro is launched as a sole variant with 6GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage capacity.

Redmi 1A automatic washing machine is the other device that was unveiled today.

Coming to the pricing, the base variant of the Redmi 7 - 2GB RAM and 16GB ROM costs CNY 699 (around Rs 7000).

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