There used to be a time when 0.7MP VGA cameras in smartphones were all the rage. Fast forward to 2019 and we already have a few phones that sport camera resolutions as large as 48MP. The Honor View20 gave us a taste of what true 48MP looks like on a smartphone. But for Rs 37,999, it’s certainly quite expensive and naturally, not many will be able to afford it. Xiaomi, however, plans to empower even a mid-range phone user with a high-resolution camera. Enter the Redmi Note 7, the independent brand’s first phone of the year that is expected to launch on February 28 in India. The phone is already selling out in every flash sale in China where it launched starting RMB 999, which roughly converts to Rs 10,000 in India. While it’s unclear at this point whether the phone will indeed be priced so affordably, one thing’s for sure — The Redmi Note 7 is going to create some ripples with a 48MP camera for under Rs 15,000. However, Redmi approach to achieving 48MP resolution in photos is quite different from the Honor View 20’s, or for that matter, even the expected Redmi Note 7 Pro’s.
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