Xiaomi Redmi 7 launched in Uganda

Xiaomi Redmi 7

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi introduced Redmi 7 to the Ugandan market on Monday, April 15.

With a RAM of 3GB and storage space of 32GB, Xiaomi Redmi 7 is currently trading at Shs625000, putting it at mid-level price when compared with other Xiaomi smartphones in Uganda.

At the moment, Redmi Go (1GB RAM, 8GB ROM) is the cheapest Xiaomi phone in the Ugandan market while Poco F1 (8GB RAM, 256GB ROM) is the most expensive.

Redmi 7 will definitely strike you with its 6.26-inch HD screen, featuring Dot Drop display and a 19:9 aspect ratio. This is enriched with a resolution of 720×1520 pixels at a pixel density of 269 pixels per inch.

Running Android 9.0 Pie and operating on a 1.8GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 processor, this Xiaomi-manufactured device is powered by a 4000mAh battery. It is the same kind of battery you’ll find in all Xiaomi’s high-end smartphones, including the Pocophone F1.

When it comes to photography, chances are that you won’t be disappointed, at least for the price of the phone. You’ll find a dual camera (12MP primary + 2MP secondary) on the back while for selfies, you’ll use an 8MP lens. The cameras are powered by Artificial Intelligence to blur the images and enhancing the shooting of portrait pictures.

Xiaomi Redmi 7 has good enough storage space since its 2+1 card slot design (simultaneously use 2 SIM card slots and 1 microSD slot) can support up to 512GB expandable storage.

Other features of Redmi 7

At the back of the phone is a sleek curved cover (lunar red, comet blue or eclipse black) with a stylish gradient design and the front is protected by Gorilla Glass 5. The screen-to-body ratio is 86.83%, letting you view more content at one glance.

To unlock the phone, you can use either facial recognition or a Fingerprint sensor at the back.

With measurements of 158.73mm for Height, Width (75.58mm), Thickness (8.47mm), and weighing 180g, Xiaomi Redmi 7 supports the fourth generation of broadband cellular network technology, 4G

As all Xiaomi phones, you won’t find headsets.

Buying the phone

Xiaomi has already partnered with a number of smartphone dealers in Kampala so you can check out the list of Xiaomi shops in Uganda or you can shop from Jumia since the prices are lower.


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