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Xiaomi Redmi Note 7s to Replace Redmi Note 7

Poster of the Redmi Note 7s

Xiaomi Unveils the Redmi Note 7s

The Redmi Note 7 will be phased out, which comes as a surprise because regular Redmi Note model has been very important to Xiaomi. Redmi Note 7 will be replaced by Xiaomi Redmi 7S, which was launched in the late February month. Although, the date has not been revealed but Redmi Note 7 will disappear very soon. Another Xiaomi executive informed there will be some days of overlap between the availability of the two phones.

Now that, Note 7 has been launched in the market, let us talk about its specifications.

 

Specifications

The highlight of Note 7S is the 48 MP camera and that the Redmi Note 7S is the first under Rs 11,000 phone to come packed with a 48MP camera sensor.

Display: 6.3” inch full HD, screen resolution of 2340*1080

Processor: QualComm Snapdragon 660 Octa-core processor clocked at 2.2 GHz

RAM: Two variants- 3 GB and 4 GB

Storage: Two variants of storage- 32 GB and 64 GB. It supports micro SD slot to allow users to expand the storage space on Note 7S

Rear Camera: Rear Camera includes 48 MP+ 5MP also includes with PDAF, EIS and AI Portrait Mode Support

The other features of Xiaomi Note 7s are-

  • The Aura Design Philosophy gives it an extreme rich and classy look for its price.
  • It comes with Gorilla Glass 5 in front and back as well.
  • It comes in modern and trending colors such as Sapphire Blue, Oxny Black, and Ruby Red.
  • It comes with Type C, fingerprint sensor, AI Face unlock, P2i splash-resistant coating, and IR blaster.

 

The phone will go on sale from May 23 in the country via Mi.com, Flipkart and Mi Home Stores. The Xiaomi offline partners and the Mi Stores will receive the product a day later i.e May 24. The Note 7s price begins at Rs. 10,999 for the 3 GB+ 32 GB variant and goes up to Rs. 12,999 for the 4 GB+ 64 GB variant.

Xiaomi Redmi 7 Phases Out

Xiaomi on Monday unveiled the Redmi Note 7S in India. The Redmi Note 7S is the Redmi Note 7 China model. With the launch of Redmi Note 7s, it made no sense for consumers to go for Redmi 7. So, the decision of removing Xiaomi is not surprising either.

Raghu Reddy, Xiaomi’s head of online sales for India was the first one to reveal the news. He indicated that Xiaomi already had a plan of selling the limited number of Note 7 and the planned units of the phone were sold out quickly. In this constant fight to create a place in the market, Xiaomi is hoping that Redmi Note 7S will be able to withstand the fierce competition.

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