The Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 in Australia has been the talk of the town since it was launched in China. The major reason behind it is due to its shockingly amazing specs-to-price ratio. Now, let’s discuss the 5 best and eye-catching features of this handset. So, let’s have a look!
This beast is coming up with massive 6.3-inches 19.5:9 Full HD+ screen based on IPS Technology – great for watching videos as well as movies. Most important of all, it’s backed by a Corning Gorilla Glass 5 – therefore, if you are a clumsy person and drops this phone face-first accidentally, you no need to be worried if it has cracks or any damage.
Digging down inside the beast, it’s powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 Chipset and a whopping 6GB of RAM. Multiple tasks such as social media, browsing, file transferring as well as running light-to-moderate games will be easy – even without any lag. If you are a gamer, this one is the recommended smartphone to get your hands on without compromising on plentiful bucks.
Whenever it comes to buying a smartphone, everyone tends to look at the USB port of the device and it’s a no go for some if it comprises micro USB. Luckily, Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 is no different and comes loaded with a USB Type-C port that mainly delivers users faster file transfer speed rates.
Hefty Battery with Fast Charging
Putting USB Type-C port aside for a short while, a hefty 4000mAh battery (already on par with Asus ROG Phone and Razer Phone 2) alongside QuickCharge 4.0 is obviously a sight for sore eyes for so many.
Excellent Price Point
Last but not the least, when Xiaomi announced Redmi Note 7 in China, everybody got shocked with how its pricing went down. The price of each variant is as follow:
- 3GB + 32GB – CNY 999
- 4GB + 64GB – CNY 1199
- 6GB + 64GB – CNY 1399
Taking help from Google’s Quick Currency Conversion, Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Price in Australia comes to around AU$205 for 3GB/32GB, AU$245 for 4GB/64GB and AU$299 for 6GB/64GB variant.
Isn’t it mind-boggling? So, is there anyone who wouldn’t still want to buy one? Perhaps, no!
Maybe you are thinking where is a 48MP rear camera which was actually talked of the town? Well, it may have a 48MP lens but it uses Samsung’s GM1 sensor that is just basically an interpolated 12MP shooter. The main thing you should note is that Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 Chipset only supports up to 25MP single or 16MP dual cameras. You are recommended to visit Qualcomm’s official site for more details.
According to Xiaomi, Redmi Note 7 will be coming with the 48MP rear camera but for now, it will be powered by a Sony IMX486 sensor. Putting our educated guess, it’s most likely to come with the different chipset in order to support rear cameras.