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Monday, April 1, 2019

Redmi Note 7 Pro Price

Redmi Note 7 Pro the phone hit the Indian market as the 48 megapixel camera beast, and while the company certainly surprised everyone by releasing the device with a Sony sensor the Redmi Note 7 in China has a 48 megapixel Samsung sensor, all the talk and hype over the sensor and what it was capable of amazing detail, great low light performance, et al totally overshadowed other qualities of the phone.

The 48-megapixel rear sensor with an f/1.79 aperture is capable of some amazing photography. It takes 12-megapixel shots by default, using pixel binning (in oversimplified terms, combining four pixels into one), but you can also invoke full 48-megapixel shots. The big question is: should you do so? We would say no, stick to the 12 megapixels mode because truth be told, that’s where the phone’s camera really comes into its own. We got some very good detail and balanced colors (surprisingly little saturation), especially when we had HDR in auto mode. And the real ace up the Note 7 Pro’s camera sleeve is the night mode, which took some of the best pictures we have been in the sub-Rs 15,000 price point, both in terms of detail and color, and surprisingly with very little noise there was none of the aggressive smoothening that we have seen from some Samsung phones.
however, is unchanged in terms of killer pricing. At a starting price of Rs 13,999 for the 4 GB/ 64 GB edition, the Redmi Note 7 Pro is by far and away the most affordable device with a 48-megapixel sensor and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 processor – the only other phone to offer that combination in the Indian market is the Vivo V15 Pro which starts at Rs 28,990. Yes, that worthy comes with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage and more cutting edge tech features like a 32 megapixel pop up selfie camera and an in-display fingerprint scanner, not to mention an AMOLED display, but the sheer gap in the price is staggering – the 6 GB/ 128 GB variant of the Redmi Note 7 Pro comes for Rs 16,990 (and Mi supporters will point to the Redmi Note 7 Pro having splash resistance, a slightly bigger battery, and expandable memory). None of the other 48-megapixel sensor sporting devices in India are actually under Rs 20,000, which gives the Redmi Note 7 Pro clear blue water over its competition. Yes, there are other devices in the same price segment but frankly, none of them can come close to matching that combination of Snapdragon 675 and 48-megapixel rear sensor. Even the design – the red unit especially – is hard to match.
The Note 7 Pro in red and blue is dazzlingly polarising – some might love it and others find it too glittery but there’s no doubt that it is unlikely to be hidden away. And well, we are kind of loving our black model’s subtle glassy classiness as well, although getting a case for it is a headache already. 

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