The Redmi Note 7 Pro certainly offers value for money – perhaps the best phone you may find in the market if you happen to be on a budget, as the phone features a 48MP main camera, a great 4000mAh battery, along with a quite powerful chipset. Now though, it seems that Xiaomi isn’t content with just how things are with regards to the phone, as the Chinese brand has gone on to issue a quite hefty update which happens to bring quite few camera tweaks along with it.
With the update in sight, Xiaomi has certainly delivered sharpness improvements for both the 12MP and 48MP shots. Along with this, the update also goes on to supply better low-light shots, improved auto-white balance when indoors, plus exposure related tweaks which are there in portrait mode.
The update also delivers a couple of system fixes, while the March 2019 security patches are also included – which is to a certain extent disappointing, considering the fact that some devices have already received the April 2019 security updates.
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As I said above, the phone is extremely impressive, as it offers a wide range of features for the starting price of $200. The phone comes with a quite unique design, a great camera experience, good battery, however, many users have found software glitches and ads throughout the interface to be a bit of a nuisance. Nonetheless, the phone offers brilliance in a cheap enough price.
One expert who noted out the phone’s software glitches and ad problems commented : “On the other hand, if you know your way around MIUI and can deal with the software’s eccentricities, the Redmi Note 7 Pro offers the best hardware in the segment, hands down.”
Unfortunately enough for many who were looking to get their hands on the phone, it is exclusive only to China and India. However, there are indeed quite a few third-party retailers which go on to offer the device if you don’t happen to be present in a supported region.