Xiaomi Redmi 7A price and specs via Revu Philippines

Redmi 7A priced starting at P4,790 ($94) in the Philippines

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Xiaomi today announced pricing and availability details for the Redmi 7A in the Philippines.

If you’re not familiar, the Redmi 7A is the latest entry-level phone from the Xiaomi sub-brand. Some of its highlights include a 4,000mAh battery backup that supports 10-watt charging and a 12nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 439 processor with eight Cortex-A53 cores running up to 2GHz.

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In the Philippines, the Redmi 7A costs P4,790 ($around 94) for 2GB RAM and 16GB of storage, while the 2GB/32GB version is priced at P5,290 ($104). Both variants are available in black and blue colors.

The smartphone will be available offline from July 26 at Mi Authorized stores. You can also buy it online from Lazada starting August 6. Shopee will also offer the handset at a later time.

Redmi 7A specs and design via Revu Philippines

Redmi 7A

The screen of the Redmi 7A measures 5.45 inches, with a resolution of 1,440 x 720 and an 18:9 aspect ratio. The single rear camera is 12 megapixels, just like on the Indian model, while the front-facer gets 5 megapixels for selfies and video chat.

It also features face unlock in lieu of a physical fingerprint scanner. On top of that, the phone will allow users to listen to local FM radio stations without the need for a set of wired earbuds.

Redmi 7A specs

  • 5.45-inch LCD display, 1,440 x 720 resolution (18:9)
  • Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 439 processor
  • 2GB RAM
  • 16GB/32GB storage
  • 13-megapixel rear camera with PDAF and LED flash
  • 5-megapixel front camera
  • Face unlock
  • 4,000mAh battery with 10-watt charging
  • MIUI 10 based on Android 9.0 Pie

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Reviews editor: Ramon "Monch" Lopez has 15 years of professional experience creating and editing content for print and digital publications such as Yahoo. He headed the gadgets-merchandising division of one of the Philippines’ largest retail operators somewhere in between. His latest addiction is the comments section of viral Facebook posts.