Many smartphones of Xiaomi are equipped with the NFC chips. But this is not going to refer to the Redmi Note 7 Pro. As you know, the latter is the slightly modified version of the original Redmi Note 7. It is already out in India and is set to be domestically available on March 18. So many customers were wondering whether the Pro variant will support NFC. Xiaomi Group and the general manager of Redmi brand, Lu Weibing responded: ‘Those who want to need NFC, should get their hands on the Xiaomi Mi 9 SE small-screen flagship or acquire the Xiaomi Mi Band.’
From this point of view, the Chinese version of the Redmi Note 7 Pro will not be equipped with NFC function. Previously, Lu Weibing revealed that the National Bank version of this phone has a surprise, but the details have not been announced. Is this the promised surprise?
Anyways, the biggest highlight of the machine is the Sony IMX586 48MP camera. In the case of poor lighting conditions at night, the IMX 586 supports four-in-one pixel mode to generate 1.6μm large pixels. This makes the single-pixel photosensitive area four times larger. So it not only makes the photos less noisy but the overall brightness of the picture is getting higher.
In terms of the core configuration, the Redmi Note 7 Pro uses a water drop screen, is equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 mobile platform, a 6GB memory +128GB storage combination, a battery of 4000mAh, and has a P2i waterproof rating.
The company has already managed to sell over 1 million units in less than a month. And there is every reason to think the Redmi Note 7 Pro will sell like a hotcake as well.