Xiaomi Redmi 7 review

Xiaomi Redmi 7 review

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Redmi 7 is Xiaomi’s newest phone under the Redmi moniker, after Redmi Note 7 and Redmi Y3, since going independent, earlier this year. Redmi phones by Xiaomi have always been about providing a nice smartphone experience at an reasonable price. In a way, that has also set a trend which forced other OEMs to come up with value-for-money products for customers at the lower end of the range. Now with players like Samsung and Realme in the running, the Redmi 7 is Xiaomi’s restored attempt to win the affordable segment. Here are some important points about Redmi7.

1.       If you look back at the Redmi 6, the Redmi 7 is a nice upgrade, more so because it offers an all-new design language that compliments the Redmi Note 7 lineup. Having said that, does it have enough brawn to be your trusted companion? I have been using the Redmi 7 for more than a week now, and here’s what I found out.
2.       The base variant of the Redmi 7 starts at Rs 7,999 with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. A maxed out model with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage is also accessible at Rs 8,999.
3.       Now, this pricing puts the Redmi 7 eerily close to its earlier distant cousins, the Redmi Y3 and Redmi Note 7. However, Redmi 7 provides to a different type of user base and in a price sensitive market such as ours, even a price difference of Rs 1,000 makes or breaks the decision.
4.       Redmi 7 is accessible online on Amazon India and Mi Store across India.
5.       Redmi phones have a repute for being strongly built, especially because of their longed usage of aluminum chassis. This saw a exodus with the launch of Redmi Note 7 which features an all-glass construction. Now, on the Redmi 6, that leaks to a reflective coating on the front panel with a gradient finish. We have the Comet Blue color model with us, but the phone is also available in Eclipse Black and Lunar Red gradient textures. By the way, Xiaomi calls this the Aura Smoke design as it uses a nano-spray to apply that gradient appearance.
6.       The back has a bit of a curve around the corners which provides some grip to hold onto. However, the curve on the panel isn’t a soft one and meets the chassis at a raised angle which makes for an additional grip. The phone is very useful to carry around. It weighs in at 180g and is has 8.5mm thickness.
7.       Due to its reflective nature of the back panel, smudges and fingerprints get effortlessly attracted to it. In fact, within a week into the review duration, the plastic back shown signs of minor scratches and scuff marks. We’d recommend using the case which is bundled in-the-box to evade any such situations.
8.       The camera module sits on the top left corner with a flash cutout under. The fingerprint sensor is easy to reach which makes uncovering/ unlocking a breeze.
9.       On the top corner/ edge, there’s a 3.5mm headphone jack alongwih an Infrared blaster. The left edge has the SIM tray with microSD card slot, while the volume rockers and power button are present on the right edge. On the bottom, there’s a micro-USB port alongwith speaker grilles. Redmi 7 is P2i certified against usual splashes of water. 
10.   The rear side of the phone is mostly dominated by the 6.2-inch display with a u-shaped notch cut out. The bezels certainly look a bit denser than usual and the screen has an HD+ (1520 x 720 pixels) resolution.
11.   Considering its price, I was not expecting for a Full HD display anyway. The screen is topped with a layer of Corning’s Gorilla Glass 5 which is a great touch. It should keep the signs of wear and tear at inlet.
12.   Even though it has an HD display, the IPS panel offers enhanced contrasts and accurate colors which makes it one of the best displays in the segment. In addition, the It has great sunlight legibility and viewing angles. All of this makes for a pretty nice screen to binge-watch your favorite shows on.
13.   Finally, Overall, the Redmi 7 is has a solid built and the new design on the back doesn’t make it look like a low-priced rip-off. The plastic build is not too bad but will easily get scarred on the rear panel in the long run if not used with a case on. The display is one of the best you can get for the price and it gets much bright. The Redmi 7’s display will soothe to the kind of users who consume a lot of audio-visual content on their phones.


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