Xiaomi is already known as the valuable smartphone brand, but also in the company's own portfolio, Redmi-line-up takes the crown…
Xiaomi is already known as the valuable smartphone brand, but also in the company’s own portfolio, Redmi-line-up takes the crown of value budget units. Now, Redmi is officially an independent brand under the supervision of new Director General Lu Weibing (formerly Gionee President). It will focus on creating successful cost-effective units for e-commerce websites and expanding into more countries. Its first smartphone is the rumored 48MP camera staple Redmi Note 7.
Sporting a waterdrop-notch 6.3 “FHD + 1
9.5: 9 display and a small hook (which I don’t care for), Note 7 uses 2.5D glass Two gradient blue and pink options connect to the more demure black version to satisfy everyone.On the back you will find one of the device’s headlining features: a 48MP camera sensor (the one manufactured by Samsung) that can merge 4 pixels to A large 1.6 μm pixel Redmi says this will ensure that your images are brighter and clearer even in low light, besides this sensor, a 5MP is added for deep understanding.There is a 13MP camera on the front The device supports Xiaomys AI features for portrait, scene detection and “beautification.”
Under the hood, Redmi Note 7 has a Snapdragon 660 processor, 3/4/6 GB RAM, 32/64 GB storage with a MicroSD site, Bluetooth 5.0 and one 4000mAh battery Key features include a fingerprint sensor on bac k, a 3.5 mm headphone port, an IR blaster for controllers, and a USB C port that supports Qualcomm QuickCharge 4.0. Note 7 will also be one of the first units available in China with a guarantee of 18 months, signaling Redmy’s confidence in it.
Pre-order for note 7 is already open in China with a starting price of RMB 999 ($ 148 ca) for the 3GB / 32GB version. It will be available for purchase on January 15th. A comment 7 Pro version is said to follow up, using Sony’s 48MP sensor for better image quality.