Redmi Note 7, Note 7s and the famous Note 7 Pro are all very good phones and probably the best in their categories. However, people face a lot of difficulties while selecting the right one according to their budget. People might say that while buying a phone, one thousand rupees above or below the budget doesn’t matter much but they are wrong. It depends upon the purchasers’ budget and intention. In the case of most Indian consumers, the difference of ₹1000 to ₹2000 is significant and this is the reason that companies such as Xiaomi have launched so many different models within a shirt budget range of ₹10,000 to ₹15,000.
If you want a shining piece of the device in your hand that can get you through all of your connectivity needs and even more, you need a modern-day smartphone. Chances are that you have heard about the famous brand, Redmi. You might be confused between three smartphones from the house of Redmi within the budget of ₹10,000 to ₹15,000. The Redmi Note 7, Redmi Note 7s and Note 7 Pro are all amazing devices offering super value for money, but still, which is a more bang for your buck.
There are two main features of a phone that most people look at before deciding to make the final purchase in any given budget. The first one is the camera quality and the second is the processing power. There are many other factors that make a phone either good or bad but the average user is least concerned about other features. So in this comparison, we will focus on these features.
The above screenshot from Smartprix shows the camera strength of the 3 phones. While Redmi Note 7s and Note 7 Pro have a powerful 48 mp rear camera the older Note 7 lacks behind with just a 12 mp rear camera. Although the real quality of a phone camera should never be judged by the number of megapixels. However, considering the 48-megapixel camera, it can be said that it is better.
The Note 7 can shoot full HD videos in 60 fps, the Note 7s can shoot 2K videos at 30 fps but the Note 7 Pro can shoot 4K videos in 30 fps. The difference is huge for people who are into videography with the phone. The ability to shoot 4K videos makes the Note 7 Pro the best choice out of the three. The photo and video quality also depend upon the phone’s processing power. Now let’s look at the processor of the three phones.
Processors are important for a smartphone because this is what makes a normal phone, Smart. All the work that is being done on the phone is carried out by the brain of the phone and that is its processor. On one hand, the Redmi Note 7 and the Note 7s are powered by a mid-range Qualcomm 660 processor with 8 cores at 2.2GHz. one the other hand, the Note 7 Pro is powered by a more powerful Qualcomm 675 processor with 8 cores at 2 GHz.
The processing is very good but as compared with each other they stand neck to neck. Since the Qualcomm 675 is a little advanced than the 660, there might be a slight speed difference, but that is negligible for the general users. Any of the phones is equally good as far as gaming, photo or video editing and multi-tasking are concerned.
Apart from the above features, the three phones are of the same size at 6.3 inches with a protective layer of Corning Gorilla Glass 5. The screens come with a resolution of 2340 * 1080 at around 409 PPI. The IPS LCD panels look stunning especially with the thin bezels and the new Dot Notch Display that allows for a bigger Screen Real Estate. The size of the phones is also the same with a battery capacity of 4000 mAH with Qualcomm Quick Charge 4 support for all of them.
India is popular for its price-sensitive and smart consumers. The brand name matter less for the Indian market but a great deal can take a brad a long way. Xiaomi understood this and strategized accordingly. The result of such planning is that it is the number one selling brand in India even more than the global leader, Samsung. The Redmi series has disrupted the Indian entry-level smartphone market. Smartphones offered by the brand under ₹15000 are beyond most company’s expectations and thus, the company is the top-selling brand in India.
All the three phones are good but the need of the user should be kept in mind. The users who need a better camera can select the Redmi Note 7 Pro at around ₹15000, whereas the users on a stricter budget can choose the Note 7 at around ₹10000. However, the users who want the power of a 48-megapixel rear camera and a stylish glass back can purchase the Redmi 7s at around ₹13000.