After all the rumors and reports, the Redmi Note 7 Pro has finally arrived in the Nepali market. Although the device was not expected to hit the market outside China and India; Nepali users will get a chance to have their hands on the device after all.
First, let’s talk about what the device has to offer — a great camera, despite some limitation. The Redmi Note 7 Pro offers a 48MP rear cameras, which uses pixel binning technology. Unlike the non-pro variant, this one uses Sony’s IMX586 sensor, while the second one is a 5MP depth sensor.
About the front, the phone has a 6.3-inch LTPS display that has Gorilla Glass 5 protection and a teardrop notch which also happens to host a 13MP selfie sensor.
Inside you get the Snapdragon 675 chipset as opposed to 660 seen on the normal variant. Memory configuration includes a 4/64GB variant and a 6/128GB variant.
Out of the box, you get Android 9 Pie on top of MIUI 10. The device is also expected to get the Android Q update in the near future. Powering the phone is an ample 4,000mAh battery that supports fast charging through USB Type-C port.
Redmi Note 7 Pro Price in Nepal and Availability
Redmi’s phone has always been on the affordable side, and the Note 7 Pro is no exception. The 4/64GB variant of Redmi Note 7 Pro starts at Rs. 24,999, while the 6/128GB variant will cost you Rs. 29,999 in Nepal.
The price is quite alluring, or friendly to your purse, albeit the late launch in Nepal.