Even though Xiaomi is selling Redmi Note 6 Pro in India, the Redmi Note 7 has already launched in China after Xiaomi has separated the Redmi brand from itself.
In this article, we are going to give you several reasons why we think Redmi Note 7 would be the best budget smartphone when it is launched in India.
A newly designed smartphone
After Redmi became a sub-brand that would be working independently from Xiaomi, the Redmi Note series has seen a drastic change in its design and an overall list of features.
The design looks premium with gradient finish, glass back and thin bezels. All the previous versions of the Redmi Note series were focused on providing the best specifications possible under a budget segment, but with Redmi Note 7, Redmi is trying to make the smartphone look more fashionable and premium without increasing the price.
Price of the smartphone
Talking about the price, the smartphone has launched at 999 Yuan in China which roughly converts into Rs 10500 in India, but we think that the base variant would be somewhere around Rs 9999, which has been the price bracket for the Redmi Note series in India.
And if Xiaomi manages to maintain that price range for the Redmi Note 7 as well, this is definitely going to be the best smartphone you can buy under Rs 10000 in coming months.
A 48MP Rear Camera
The rear camera of Redmi Note 7 has been the talk of the town because of its huge 48MP sensor.
The Redmi Note 7 is equipped with a dual camera set up at the back and one front camera and one of the two cameras on the back has got a 48 MP sensor with f/1.8 aperture.
The 48 MP camera use is Samsung ISO CLL Bright GM1 sensor, amazing for an affordable phone like this. The secondary camera has got a 5MP sensor for bokeh shots. And the front camera is 13MP for clicking selfies.
A Waterdrop Notch
Even though we have mentioned that 2019 would bring a Notch free experience, that experience would be coming to the flagships only, but, fortunately, the budget segment would be seeing the smallest form of the Notch which is Waterdrop Noth, and thanks to Redmi for bringing Redmi Note 7 under Rs 10,000 with Waterdrop Notch.
USB type C port in a budget smartphone
Finally with the Redmi Note 7, the USB type C port makes it way to the budget smartphone segment as well.
Quick Charge 4 support
Another great thing about the Redmi Note 7 is that the smartphone would be packed with 4000mAh battery which can be charged quickly with the support of quick charge 4, which was previously seen in the Mi A2 smartphone buy Xiaomi itself.
Redmi Note 7 coming to India in February
So if you have been planning to buy a new phone and have already shortlisted smartphones like Redmi Note 6 Pro then I think you should wait till February, which is the time when the Redmi Note 7 might actually get launched in India.
It is really going to be worth the wait, for a smartphone with a completely new design and so many powerpack features at pretty much the same price you will be paying for the Redmi Note 6 Pro.