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Redmi Note 7s Camera Samples Revealed, Show Off Daylight And Low Light Shots

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Redmi Note 7s Camera Samples Revealed, Show Off Daylight And Low Light Shots

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Redmi is making an aggressive entry into the budget-midrange smartphone segment in India. The company received positive reviews for its latest devices, the Redmi Y3 and the Redmi 7which targeted the budget smartphone segment. As per previous leaks and reports, Xiaomi is gearing up for the release of the Redmi Note 7s on May 20. Ahead of the launch of the same, camera samples of the Redmi Note 7s have been revealed by the company, which confirms that it will feature a dual rear camera system.

The samples include a multitude of images, which are captured in different lighting conditions. The daylight-captured images depict a sharp image with good colour contrast. The images captured in a low light showcase a decent amount of details with low noise. Since both the Redmi Note 7 and Note 7 Pro feature Night Mode, the upcoming device is expected to sport a similar option as well.

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In terms of optics, the smartphone is expected to feature a dual rear camera module with a 48MP primary sensor and a 2MP secondary sensor. The watermark on the revealed images confirm this speculation. For selfies, the smartphone will have a 13MP front camera that is expected to be housed in a waterdrop notch up front. Under the hood, it is expected to be kitted with the Snapdragon 660 chipset, which consists of an octa-core CPU and the Adreno 512 GPU. Xiaomi is expected to keep the specifications of the Redmi Note 7s similar to the Chinese variant of the Redmi Note 7. As far as the price is concerned, it is expected to be priced between INR 10,000 and INR 15,000. 

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