The Redmi brand of Xiaomi is launching a new star device: the Redmi Note 7. This is one of the first devices that Redmi will launch independently after it has been separated from the main brand Xiaomi.
The company's new Redmi Note 7 is a low-end Android phone focused on markets such as India and China. But the device itself comes with a killer feature: a 48-megapixel camera on the back.
That sounds like a pretty amazing camera, and Redmi says the device can make use of all these pixels to take rich images, especially at night. The camera can, for example, combine four pixels in one for higher quality shots in low light. The idea is that the images have 4x more pixels than the conventional 12MP cameras.
Xiaomi promises a lot with the new Redmi Note 7 camera, especially with the intelligent features of the 13MP front camera that allows you to unlock the device with your face and comes with the portrait / bokeh effect mode. But still, none of this means that the images that come out of the camera will be really impressive. As we have seen in the past, software plays an important role, and I very much doubt that the camera of a $ 150 phone can beat the best players like Google Pixel and Apple iPhone. However, the 48MP camera should be welcome, given the low price of the phone.
As for the other specifications, the Redmi Note 7 comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660, up to 6 GB of RAM, up to 64 GB of storage, a 4000mAh battery with fast charge support 4 and more. It will be available in China on January 15, starting at around $ 150 for the 3GB RAM and 32GB storage variant. Redmi plans to make the device available in other markets such as India later on.
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