Redmi Note 7 begins its global rollout in Spain, 48 MP camera tags along
The Redmi Note 7 was a hit in China due to its low price tag, and Xiaomi wants to replicate the success in Europe as well. The device with 3 GB RAM and 32 GB storage is listed by the Spanish division of the company for only €149.
Luckily, European fans of the phone will get the variant with 48 MP main camera and not the Indian version with a simple 12 MP snapper.
The Redmi Note 7 has a Snapdragon 660 chipset and a 6.3” tall Full HD+ screen. The highlights of the phone also include awesome battery life for the 4,000 mAh power cell, all the connectivity you want and Quick Charge 4 support. Shortcomings we found in our review included lack of 4K recording, poor camera exposure metering and lack of NFC.
The phone can only be pre-ordered for now, with actual availability scheduled for March 14, 1 PM CET. Although there is a price tag of €149, the phone can be purchased for €10 less through a three-step procedure, involving liking the Xiaomi Spain social media pages.
It's nice to see also low price in Europe,not just in Asia. 150€ is great price,Sd 660 is still capable to handle everything fluid.
- 07 Mar 2019
149 eur for that awesome specs its like a steal. M10 by samsung cost 50 more and is not even half this good.
- 06 Mar 2019
what, what....what? 149 is a steal right there...that phone at that price should kill competition as quick as they breath, no in this earth a phone that goos cost as low as this...wow.
- 06 Mar 2019