Redmi Note 7 Got Out of Stock in India: 200K Units Sold Like Hotcakes

On February 28, Xiaomi’s independent brand released its first smartphone, namely the Redmi Note 7 smartphone in India. Apart from this, the manufacturer also released the Pro variant, which comes with the main camera using a Sony 48MP sensor. As you remember, the original variant was packed with the Samsung GM1 lens. The Note 7 3GB + 32GB version is sold for 9999 rupees (about $142), while the 4GB + 64GB variant is at 11999 rupees (about $171).

Today, the Redmi Note 7 was officially listed on the Indian market. Similar to the Chinese market, Indian consumers that want to buy this phone should snap up. Lu Weibing has said the Note 7 was sold out, ‘more than 200,000 units were sold out in a few minutes.’

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As for the Chinese market, the phone showed the same results for a few times. Though it went on sale 2-3 times, all units got a status of out of stock swiftly. It is reported the company has already managed to sell over 1 million units in the first month of sales. But what’s annoying, there are myriads of consumers that want to acquire this handset, but can’t.

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Nothing surprising with these results – the Redmi Note 7 is an amazing smartphone with a decent specs list. It is packed with a 6.3-inch drop screen with a .95mm narrow frame, a 2.5D double-sided glass, the Corning Gorilla Glass 5, a rear fingerprint recognition module, a gradient back body, which has three variants of light gold, fantasy blue, and bright black. Under the hood, it sports the full-blooded version of the Snapdragon 660 chip, which is coupled with new graphite negative 4000mAh battery, supporting QC 4 protocol.

At last, its biggest selling point is the 48MP+5MP dual-camera on the back powered by AI. It also supports 4-in-1 technology, which uses this mode to take great photos in the dark environment. Of course, Xiaomi has brought the super night scene mode to this mid-ranger as well.

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  1. Salvo325
    March 7, 2019

    S660, not S675, too bad.

  2. Bile Bilesson
    March 8, 2019

    Shortcomings we found in our review included lack of 4K recording, poor camera exposure metering and lack of NFC.
    No thx