Lu Weibing also introduced Redmi 7's stepless color temperature adjustment and the new highlight mode. The battery uses a graphite negative electrode and with more than 30 software + hardware-level power-saving optimization added to the system-level AI intelligent power saving, the company said that the card standby reaches 400 hours. This, as per reports, could be launched as Redmi 7. The new model that was unveiled in India late last month comes with a Snapdragon 675 SoC and a 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 primary sensor. Whereas, the 3GB RAM/32GB storage variant is priced at 799 Yuan (approximately Rs. 8,000) and the 4GB RAM/64GB storage variant is priced at 999 Yuan (approximately Rs. 10,000).
All three variants of the Redmi 7 will come in Dream Blue, Charm Night Red, and Bright Black colour options along with gradient and classic finishes. The device has only one version with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage and it was released for 1599 Yuan ($238).
As we mentioned, alongside the Redmi 7, Xiaomi has launched the Redmi Note 7 Pro in China that comes with a price tag of CNY 1,599 (roughly Rs. 16,300). The Redmi Note 7 Pro was officially launched in India first along with the Redmi Note 7 on February 28.
The phone packs an ample 4,000 mAh battery with standard 10W charging, plenty of AI features and MIUI 10, based on Android Pie out of the box.
The Redmi Note 7 Pro boasts a 6.3-inch Full HD+ display with 19.5:9 aspect ratio, 450 nits brightness and 15000:1 contrast ratio.
For the camera, Redmi Go would have a single 8MP sensor at the back with an aperture of f/2.0. The selfie snapper does 8 MP stills. It also comes with support for AI Face Unlock feature. There's also a microSD card slot that enables users to further expand the phone's storage capacity up to 512GB.
The so called Redmi 7 is confirmed to have an 3.5mm port for headphones, an infrared (IR) blaster which will let you control your air conditioners and TV.