About a month ago, Xiaomi has launched the new Redmi 7A at home, a super cheap entry level with modest specifications. And now it seems that the company is ready to bring it to Europe and the first rumors comes from Roland Quandt.
The well-known leaker – usually extremely reliable – reports that the Redmi 7A Global is ready to debut for the European market and has already been sighted at some retailers in Eastern Europe. Availability is set for June 21 (in multiple variations, based on memories and coloring) while some report that the device will arrive in early July. For now, there are no official confirmations from Xiaomi while as regards to the sale price, Roland Quandt talks about a starting cost of around 100 €.
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Recall that the Redmi 7A Global has on board a 5.45-inch IPS panel with HD+ resolution (1440 x 720 pixels) and 18:9 ratio. Under the body beats the Qualcomm Snapdragon 439 SoC, octa-core with up to 2.0GHz, accompanied by 2/3 GB of RAM and 16/32 GB of internal expandable memory.
The battery is a generous 4000 mAh unit, while the operating system is based on Android 9 Pie (via MIUI 10). On the back, we have a single 13MP camera while a 5MP selfie module finds space frontally. The body is made of plastic and the panel has no notches or holes. In short, an economic model with a very simple design, perfect for those looking for an unpretentious device.