Xiaomi is set to branch out one of its entry-level contender that boasts a fast processor, Facebook-ready camera, and decent battery life: the Redmi 7A. It’s dubbed as the more affordable version of the Redmi 7 and quite the successor to Redmi 6A.
What’s set so far is that the Redmi 7A features a 5.45-inch, 720×1440 LCD display with 295 ppi. It runs on Android with MIUI 10; if there’s any indication, the existing Redmi 7A in China is powered by Snapdragon 439 SoC with 2GB of RAM but we’ll have to wait until the launch what the Indian variant is.
The Redmi 7A has a 13MP rear camera setup with LED flash and a 5MP shooter. It also has an impressive 4000mAh battery which is considerable for its price range. The device houses up to 16GB of inbuilt storage which can be expanded to 256GB via microSD.
For days, the brand has been teasing a massive upgrade. It’s perhaps a feature from either the Redmi Note 7 or Mi A2 but there’s no way to know for sure so we’ll just have to wait and see.
For Redmi 7A‘s pricing and availability, Xiaomi partnered with Flipkart; the device will also be available via Mi.com and Mi authorized stores. Its expected price starts at INR 5, 535 (PHP 4, 115).