Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Review: Stylish Redmi with a cool camera and affordable pricing
Chinese smartphone manufacturer, Xiaomi, is ruling the Indian smartphone market for over a year now. It has to somehow manage against competitor devices like Realme 3 but I do not want you to draw a conclusion so fast though. So let’s begin with Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 7 review.
This time the Brand has opted for flashy designs with gradient patterns. so you are available with three color options: Onyx Black, Ruby Red, and Sapphire Blue. For the Redmi Note 7 review, I got the Sapphire blue variant with 4GB RAM and 64GB local storage.
The new Redmi Note 7, is a revamped handset compared to what we have seen in its predecessor. Although I don’t have final verdict yet, the most evident change is the design and upgrade in the rear camera. Additionally, the performance gets a boost with the Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 600 SoC. The Qualcomm’s latest chipset lets you play games like PUBG more comfortably.
The phone packs premium features at an affordable price of Rs 11,999. Not only features make it the premium smartphone but the beautiful design and glass body that makes it look attractive. However, people who don’t like vibrant colors may find it a little flashy so they can go with a black color variant.
I briefly navigated through the user interface and as usual found a lot of pre-installed apps. The set of apps includes both in-house and third-party. While using and loading the Apps it was quite smooth.
Coming on the battery, which I am most concerned about, the Redmi Note 7 packs 4,000mAh battery. It comes with a quick charge 4.0 standard but note that you’ll get a 10W charger in the retail box.
Redmi Note 7 Camera Review
Jumping on to the camera features which most of my readers (selfie lovers) would be concerned about. The imaging hardware on this model comprises of a 12-megapixel primary camera instead of 48-MP which is not launched in India. But don’t worry my Indian fam! We will get it on Redmi Note 7 Pro. Coming back to the device I am talking about, has 2-MP depth sensor on the rear panel. For selfies, you will get a 13-MP front camera. It has quite good quality but soon I will bring you the in-depth details.
Redmi Note 7 Review: Verdict
The competitions give far more value for money and would serve you equally well, if not better. It’s too early to call it ‘the best’ in the segment, but it definitely is the contender worth watching especially when it has to compete against devices like Samsung Galaxy M30 and Realme 3. But definitely, it’s one of my pick of smartphones under 15000.