Every year a multitude of mobile phones get launched, but only a few succeed to keep you on your toes for their debut. Redmi Note 7 is one such smartphone, which since its homeland première, has been highly anticipated in India. And we like all you fans have been scanning the @redmi to get the launch details. And guess what, we have it for you.
Redmi Note 7 Indian Launch Date
DO NOT keep calm, #ǝɟᴉ7ƃnɥʇ will be unveiled on 28th Feb 2019!
Register to buy the ticket for the launch event: https://t.co/T9Ftv1Med9. Limited seats!
4800 RTs and we'll giveaway #RedmiNote7. pic.twitter.com/XpXhRZbcCy
— Redmi India (@RedmiIndia) February 14, 2019
This morning Twitterati has been surprised by the official confirmation from Redmi India’s official Twitter handle with the Indian Launch date of Redmi Note 7. The flagship-worthy device would be unveiled on February 28, 2019. Yeah Redmi India, Indian Xiaomi Fans won’t be keeping calm.
Redmi Note 7 India Launch: Why shouldn’t you Keep Calm?
The creme de la creme of the all-new Redmi Note 7 would be its 48MP rear camera and trendy gradient peripheral look. But it has much more to offer.
The 48MP camera uses pixel binning technology to produce 12MP photos which are still impressive. If you love tinkering with the Pro mode, you could capture 48MP shots too. This primary sensor is accompanied by a 5MP depth sensor for bokeh effect in portrait clicks. The mammoth resolution of its camera is definitely a Unique Selling Point for the company. Upfront, a tiny waterdrop notch would house its 13MP selfie snapper.
The second attractancy could be attributed to its gradient hue and glossy rear glass panel. A USB-C port sits at the bottom of this phone.
Redmi Note 7 would be the cheapest Snapdragon 660 chipset that starts at just 999 yuan (roughly Rs. 10,000) for 3GB RAM and 32GB storage model. The higher 4GB RAM/64GB storage option costs 1299 yuan (roughly Rs. 12,500). Finally, Redmi also offers a 6GB RAM plus 64GB storage combo at 1,399 yuan (or roughly Rs. 14,500).
Redmi Note 7 India Launch: Midrange Killer?
Ever since its Chinese debut, Indian Mi fans have been waiting for the Note 7’s upcoming Indian launch and now we have confirmation that they won’t have to wait much longer. You could even register to buy the ticket for the launch event.
Though the competition is upping their ante, Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi packs the hardware to make a statement. Could it be a midrange killer? We are eager to know.