Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro, released early March 2019, is said to be one of the best budget phones of the year.
With all the positive comments come pouring out, let’s find out together exactly what it is capable of.
Note 7 Pro comes with a 6.3-inch FHD display with 1080 x 2340 pixels resolution. Inside, Android 9 Pie (MIUI 10) OS, powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 with two RAM options: 4GB or 6GB and two storage options: 64GB or 128GB, which CAN be expanded to 256GB storage extra with micro SD card (Not sure what to do with 128GB if it’s not expandable, so thank you Xiaomi).
Let’s move on. The remaining of this article will be some essential features Note 7 Pro is providing to its potential users.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro never comes with any IP certification for dust and water-resistance. But it has a P2i nano-coating that makes it splash proof.
Before the launch, Xiaomi carried out a brief tear-down of the phone to confirm hardware optimization, for example, rubberized layering around vital modules to make the phone waterproof.
Thus, I really wouldn’t encourage you to go diving or swimming with Note 7 Pro.
A stunningly big 4,000mAh of battery capacity, which also supports fast charging. Compared to other same price level and target market phones, Note 7 Pro triumphs by at least, intensely used, half of a day more.
Needless to say, down to megapixel being the only variable, the higher your camera pixels are, the better quality of photos you get.
You may want to ask if the Xiaomi camera in 48-megapixel makes any difference while comparing with a picture taken by the 12-megapixel camera.
Yes, but it’s not likely that you can differentiate the quality on your phone screen. To identify the gaps, move photos taken in 12-megapixel and 48-megapixel camera sensor to the laptop. You will see a significant amount of apparent disparity in details.
You can zoom the camera in as far as you like and crop out some features to create a picture of their own.
The photos taken with Xiaomi maintain their sharpness even when magnified. You can cut a single face from a big group photo to check a bright smile —
Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 grants never-ending potential with its flagship intensity 48MP camera. A single pixel in 48MP mode measures 0.8μm, and it makes the resolution nothing short of astounding.
Contrary to falsehood, photos snapped in the 48-megapixel resolution aren’t significant. These photos are approximately 15-19MB in size. In evaluation, 12-megapixel photos are approximately 6-8MB in size.
Even though the 48-megapixel sensor is the favorite feature, Xiaomi Note 7’s camera has an exceptional style for low-light photos. The enthusiastic night mode augments the quality of low-light images.
The Widevine L1 support is the way streaming applications such as Amazon Prime Video and Netflix find out that a smartphone is compatible with HD streaming.
Xiaomi in recent times added the support to its Poco F1 Android. Xiaomi Note 7 Pro comes along with this feature out-of-the-box.
Though, the phone doesn’t support HD streaming on Amazon Prime Video and Netflix yet. Optimistically, these apps will shortly white-list Xiaomi Note 7 Pro for HD streaming.
Additional Things to understand concerning Xiaomi Note 7 Pro are:
To sum, Xiaomi Note 7 Pro is definitely top 3 within its price range. Well balanced, with top of the line specs and performances.