Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro launched in India

by February 28, 2019 0 comments

Ending months of leaks and rumours, China’s Xiaomi has officially announced the Redmi Note 7 Pro smartphone in India that comes with 48MP rear camera. The Redmi Note 7 Pro is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 processor clubbed with Adreno 612 GPU.

The Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro comes with a 6.3-inch display with a dot notch, a glass back and a dual rear camera setup comprising of a 48MP+5MP sensor, surrounded by a fingerprint scanner.

For the first time on the Redmi Note line-up, the Redmi Note 7 Pro features a gradient design in the Nebula Red and Neptune Blue colour variants. Combining a top-of-the-line Sony IMX586 sensor and advanced signal processing of the Spectra 250L ISP, Redmi Note 7 Pro is more than just a handy camera that fits any pocket.

With a wide aperture of ƒ/1.79, Redmi Note 7 Pro is able to produce great images. The app also allows users to enjoy features such as live portraits, live studio portraits, and much more. There is also a 5MP depth camera to create a bokeh effect.

Priced at Rs 13,499 (3GB+32GB), consumers can purchase the Redmi Note 7 Pro in space black, nebula red and neptune blue colours. The first sale for the Redmi Note 7 Pro will start on March 13, 12 p.m. onwards on Flipkart, Mi.com and Mi Home stores.

The company also announced Redmi Note 7 that comes with a 2.2GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 AIE. The Redmi Note 7 features the same Aura Design, 6.3-inch FHD+ display as Redmi Note 7 Pro and also marks the debut of a dual camera on a non-Pro Redmi Note family, with a 12MP + 2MP dual rear camera setup. Like its sibling, Redmi Note 7 also features a Gorilla Glass 5 covered body on the front and rear.

With the same 4,000mAh battery, Redmi Note 7 gives up to two days of battery life, with support for Quick Charge 4.0 for added convenience and the same P2i-coated body for added longevity.

In January of 2019, Xiaomi announced to make ‘Redmi’ an independent brand. The Redmi Note 7 was launched as the first phone from the independent Redmi brand in China on January 10. According to Xiaomi Founder Lei Jun, the reason behind splitting up Redmi and Xiaomi is the ‘focus.’

‘While the Redmi brand focuses on value-for-money budget smartphones, the Mi brand is focused on high-end devices. Also, the Redmi devices are primarily sold through e-commerce platforms, while Mi devices are not e-commerce focused,’ Jun said in a statement earlier.

‘Xiaomi shipped 11.7 million units and became the top brand in the Indian market with 27.3 per cent share in the third quarter of 2018,’ IDC reported.

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