Redmi Note 7 is set to Start in India on February 28, and Before the launch, Xiaomi has started a contest on Twitter Requesting fans to spot Individuals in a Picture.
The image is made from the number seven and has hidden messages within that reveal probable features on the upcoming phone. The image teases the Redmi Note 7 version that will establish in India will sport an in-display fingerprint detector and even the 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 sensor. It could be possible that Xiaomi will start the Redmi Note 7 Pro China version since the Redmi Note 7 version in India. Furthermore, a Xiaomi executive also claims that more mid-range phones will sport in-display fingerprint sensors in the future.
The Redmi India handle has tweeted a competition picture that is riddled with hints. The competition image asks fans to count the amount of humans from the picture, and while looking for humans, we discovered a couple of clues within the image as well. The picture suggests the forthcoming Redmi Note 7 India variant will be equipped with an in-display fingerprint sensor. The original Redmi Note 7 started in China last month comes with a rear fingerprint sensor, along with the India variant may see an upgraded in-display fingerprint detector. While responding to remarks, Redmi India also slightly hints that the upcoming telephone will sport a 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 sensor rather than the Samsung GM1 sensor that the China variant embeds.
On another note, Xiaomi’s Product Manager, Wang Teng Thomas disclosed on Weibo that more midsize phones will see an in-display fingerprint scanner this season. While he did not disclose which phones will launch together with the’fingerprint on display’ attribute, he stated that Xiaomi’s goal would be to include it into more mid-range phones. This further cements that the Redmi Note 7 India variant may embed an in-display fingerprint scanner.
Xiaomi was ranked the number one smartphone manufacturer in terms of shipments in 2018 in India from IDC, also it wouldn’t be surprising if the company appears to release the Redmi Note 7 Pro as the Redmi Note 7 in India first, before making it available in the home industry.
Apart from some differences mentioned previously, the Redmi Note 7 Guru features Redmi Note 7 India version is said to come with exactly the identical layout as the Redmi Note 7 China variant. It ought to pack the exact same 4,000mAh battery using Quick Charge 4 capacities, but is rumoured to be powered with the Snapdragon 675 SoC, and not the Snapdragon 660 SoC. It’s also tipped to come using a 6GB + 128GB storage choice.