Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 – Full review [Xiaomify]



The Xiaomi RedMi Note 7 is here. It’s one of Xiaomi’s latest addition to their ever-growing selection of smartphones and it’s quite an affordable, budget-friendly, smartphone that’s been given quite an impressive camera.

The Redmi note 7 is powered by the Snapdragon 660 processor, the one you would find in phones like the Mi A2 or Mi 8-lite for example, but the Note 7 has a much bigger battery (4000 mAh) to start with. It comes with Quick Charge 4, which allows you to charge the phone really quick and it comes with a very impressive camera for such a budget-tier phone.

The 13 Megapixel front-facing camera is quite alright, but the rear camera has been upgraded with a 48 Megapixel sensor that captures 4 pixels which are merged down into a single 1.6μm pixel resulting in much more detail. Additionally, the rear camera has a second lens for those portrait pictures with a nice background bokeh.

It is quite nice to see The Redmi note 7 has a 3.5 mm headphone jack on top of the phone, which I personally have always favored over the bottom, and it comes with an IR-blaster as well. This IR-blaster allows you to use the phone as a remote control to control all of your IR-controlled devices and that is pretty cool.

Xiaomi has recently been getting rid of all the large notches on top of the phone to house the camera and speaker in favor of a much smaller drop-notch which is less intrusive and results in much more screen real estate. This is almost the same as we have recently with the Mi 9 ( and is a pretty good solution for the large notch.

Overall, the Redmi Note 7 is quite an impressive phone that has a lot going for it and comes out for a really spectacular price. This makes it a really good choice if you are looking for a new and very capable smartphone, with a very impressive camera and a great battery, on a smaller budget.

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44 Replies to “Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 – Full review [Xiaomify]”

  1. z4520ft

    Bought it recently to replace my Pixel 2.

    The only complaint for me is MIUI's notification handling. There's no icon on status bar to indicate there's notification remaining by default as the default is to have badge on app icon. If the important apps is not on your home screen, well tough luck, you're going to miss them. If you bought one, my advice is to check each of your important app and turn on those notification settings as much as you're comfortable with. You also may worry about ads appearing but those are easier to deal with.

    Overall for the price, it strikes balance between usability, performance and price. Just need to expect these 2 major annoyances.

  2. Guilherme Perez

    Hi! Im travelling to shanghai and I would like to know if is there any store who sells all the xiaomi products. Last time I visited a Mi Store they only had a few products. Thanks!

  3. Marcus Wreber

    I know You're about to release a video of the doorbell and that's great. Please also do a video about the Xiaomi Mijia Aqara Eigenstone Two-way control module Wireless Relay Controller 2 channels. Keep up the good work!

  4. WiNG

    Could you do a comparison between the Xiaomi HomePlug, USB WiFI Repeater and the Pro 300M WiFi Extender/Repeater? I want to know which one/ones are the best. Thanks

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