Yes, in a market where 12 months of warranty is standard, you’re getting a longer guarantee period from Xiaomi’s Redmi sub-brand. If that doesn’t show confidence in the product, we don’t know what does. If that doesn’t make you buy from official offline and online (Lazada, in particular) stores only, we don’t know what will.
At P7,990 (around $151) for the base model, the Note 7 is the cheapest Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 handset in the Philippines. The complete pricing details can be found below:
- 3GB/32GB: P7,990 ($151)
- 4GB/64GB: P9,990 ($189)
- 4GB/128GB: P11,490 ($217)
These variants will be available starting March 27.
The Redmi Note 7 features a 6.3-inch screen with a dewdrop-style notch, where the 13-megapixel front camera is housed. On the rear are the 48-megapixel primary and 5-megapixel depth sensors and a fingerprint reader for fast and convenient unlocking. Both front and back are protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5.
Inside is a 4,000mAh battery that supports quick charging over USB Type-C. The latest software, Android 9.0 Pie-based MIUI 10, comes out of the box.
Now, the next question is, will the other two Redmi phones be released in the Philippines? If yes, when? Yeah, yeah, we know; we suck at waiting.
Redmi Note 7 specs
- 6.3-inch LCD display, 2,340 x 1,080 resolution (19.5:9)
- Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor
- 3GB/4GB RAM
- 32GB/64GB/128GB expandable storage
- Dual 48MP and 5MP rear cameras
- 13MP front camera
- Fingerprint reader (rear-mounted)
- 4,000mAh battery with fast charging via Type-C
- MIUI 10 based on Android 9.0 Pie
- Blue, red, and black color variants
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