Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 will be going out from market. Here’s the reason

Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 may stop its selling. Reason for this is the launch of Redmi Note 7S. The price of these two is almost the same, the difference between 1000 or 2000, but this phone has a camera of 48 megapixels.

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi launched Redmi Note 7S. The starting price of this smartphone is Rs. 10,999. This phone has a camera of 48 megapixels. Let’s talk about Redmi Note 7, this phone was first launched before by the company. Its starting price is close to Rs 9,000 and comes with a discount. This phone does not have a 48-megapixel rear camera.

Since the launch, the question arose that what will happen to Note 7 or those who have recently purchased it. However, the company has indicated that Redmi Note 7 will gradually come out of the market. This means after some time the sale of it will be discontinued and Redmi Note 7S will replace it.

Although the company has not made any official announcement about the closure of Redmi Note 7, the company’s officials have written about the Redmi Note 7 being phased out on Twitter. Although the support of the phone will always be available and the users will not have any problems.

Significantly, 7S is the only one of China’s model of Note 7 models. This smartphone is cheaper than the Pro version and is a bit expensive from this.

However, there is also a Price Clash in some models. Redmi Note 7S’s 3GB RAM variants have a price of Rs 10,999, while its other variants, which have 64GB of storage with 4GB of RAM, cost $ 12,999. The sale of Redmi Note 7S will begin on May 23 and will be available at company Mi.com and Mi Stores, including Flipkart. However, according to the company, it will be sold at Mi Preferred Partner Stores after some time.

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Abhishek Verma is a tech enthusiast and freelance tech journalist. He has been writing about technology for 4 years. He is passionate about every aspect of technology, especially Android. Abhishek’s articles have been referred by India Today, 360Gadgets, Times of India, MacRumors, AndroidPolice, AndroidAuthority, BGR, Zee News, and many more.

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