Redmi Note 7 Launching In India Soon

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Early this month, Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi unveiled the Redmi Note 7 and the device unveiled with the 48 megapixel camera sensor. The device will be available in China by the end of this month and we are also hearing about the ‘Pro variant’ of the device as well. Well, today the smartphone brand confirms that the device will be launched in the Indian market very soon.

The Global VP of Xiaomi and MD of Xiaomi India, Manu Kumar Jain shared a post on his official Twitter account and that confirms that the Redmi Note 7 will launch it in the Indian market. In the tweet, Manu stands with Lei Jun, Xiaomi’s founder. Both are holding the newly unveiled Redmi Note 7. Moreover, Manu also notes that the “amazing 48MP camera is coming.”

Well, if you are unaware of the device then you can read the complete specification details of the Redmi Note 7.

The Redmi Note 7 comes with 6.3 inch full HD+ display and has 2340 x 1080 pixels resolution along with 2.5D curved glass design, it also has a waterdrop like notch on the top of the display. The Redmi Note 7 is powered by the Snapdragon 660 chipset and the device is paired with 3 GB, 4 GB and 6 GB of RAM. In terms of storage, the device has two storage variants – you will get 3 GB RAM with 32 GB of storage and 4 GB RAM with 64 GB of internal storage and that can be expandable via microSD card.

The main highlight of the device is its camera department, the device is coming with the dual camera set up at the back and that is in the combination of 48 megapixel + 5 megapixel. The primary lens is developed by Samsung, its called GM1 and it’s a massive 1.6 micron size sensor, the largest yet for a smartphone camera. The company claims that the pictures taken on this are poster-level HD photos for printing use. The device also has a 13 megapixel front facing camera for the selfies and video calls. The device also comes with the fingerprint scanner as well as face unlock feature to give the additional layer of security to the users. Having said that, the device rocks USB Type-C port but it didn’t get rid of the 3.5 mm headphone jack.

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