Xiaomi Redmi 7A (2019) | Key Specification
About Xiaomi Redmi 7A
The Redmi 7A brings numerous meaningful upgrades over its predecessor and offers great value for its price. The 5.45-inch HD+ display is of decent quality, but its brightness is not up to the mark. The phone has a solid build quality and the promised 2-year warranty is an added bonus. Day-to-day performance is also good for a phone in the entry-level segment, but it stutters with heavy multi-tasking. Redmi 7A captures vibrant photos in daylight, but the low-light photos and selfies have a grainy texture. The front camera also changes the skin complexion without even applying the beautification filters. The 4,000mAh battery easily lasts for over a day and takes a little over 2 hours to charge fully with the supplied 10W charger. The Redmi 7A is a noteworthy upgrade over its predecessor, but the Realme C2 offers more with its appealing design, larger display, and dual rear cameras.
Xiaomi was founded in 2010, are based in Beijing, Mainland China. Xiaomi released its first smartphone in August 2011 and rapidly gained market share in China to become the country’s largest smartphone company in 2014. Xiaomi has 15,000 employees in China, India, Malaysia Singapore. Xiaomi was founded in April 2010 by ex-Kingsoft CEO Lei Jun, as a software company creating a new custom ROM based on Google’s Android. Their aim was to provide additional functionality that Android had yet to offer and an easy to use user interface. MIUI, the ROM which the team created, became a huge success and has been ported to many devices.
As of 2014 MIUI can be downloaded and installed to over 200 devices in both English and Chinese, even non-developers can easily install MIUI to their phones using the MIUI Express APK. As of the end of 2013, Xiaomi had over 30 million MIUI users worldwide! Very impressive for such a young company! The MIUI ROM was likened to Apple’s iOS for being very easy to use whilst providing sophisticated services such as cloud backup, an easy to use music player and their own app store. The team at Xiaomi have always wanted users to feel part of the company and happily take on fan feedback via multiple channels and update the ROM every Friday with bug fixes, optimization, and additional features. Too good to be true? Well, try it out for yourself as it’s probably available for your device already.