Xiaomi wants to be on all fronts. Following in the footsteps of other Chinese manufacturers, it has deployed several allegedly independent brands to cover all ranges of the market. After the launch of Pocophone, now it's the turn of Redmi, which covers between the so-called entry range and the middle range, that is, cheap mobiles (below 200 euros) for scarce budgets. The brand has chosen Madrid to present on the European market its Redmi Note 7, already present in China since January, with which it wants to throw the prices, since the two models that come to Spain will cost 179 and 199 euros.
The Redmi Note 7 has a wide screen of 6.3 inches, with FullHD + resolution and aspect ratio 19.5: 9, with maximum brightness of 450 nits, ultrabright mode for very sunny days, and the typical eyelash or notch to house the 13 MP front camera.
Inside, it works thanks to a Snapdragon 660 processor with 3 or 4GB of RAM and 32Gb or 64GB of expandable storage via microSD, powered by a 4,000 mAh battery and QuickCharge 4.0 quick charge system. It has a USB type C and retains the audio jack.
The double rear camera has a 48 MP main sensor with f / 1.8 aperture and a second 5 MP depth camera and f / 2.0 aperture. When taking pictures, the sensor uses Samsung's Tetracell technology, which combines four pixels in a large pixel, greatly increasing sensitivity to light and makes the resulting 12MP image much brighter and sharper, even in low light conditions .
In addition, Xiaomi combines Redmi Note 7 cameras with the latest Artificial Intelligence (AI) features, including the night mode, which the company already incorporated in its flagship Mi MIX 3, as well as the detection of scenes, the beauty mode and the IA portrait mode.
The Redmi Note 7 with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage comes from March 14 for 179 euros (149 euros in launch offer for the first 5,000 units) and 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage 199 euros, and can be purchased on March 21. They all arrive in red, blue and black.