Recently, Xiaomi promised to launch the Redmi 7A alongside Redmi K20 on Indian soil. However, so far the company has not yet revealed a date for the devices to begin selling.
As a consequence, this has caused a flood of questions to Chinese executives. But it seems that this delay may have a good reason. Responding to a user about the launch of Redmi 7A in the country, Manu Jain, director of Xiaomi India, said the handset should gain a great improvement.
In a relaxed tone, the executive said that the Snapdragon 439 of the Chinese version can be replaced by Snapdragon 730 in the Indian variant. Look:
Yes, we would like to release it with my favorite SD 625! Unfortunately our truck was stolen.Oh wait .. There is a new 625 on the market: SD 710! Luckily, this time we’re smarter upgrading to the latest SD 730, which is 40% faster than the SD 710, which is already 1 year old.
ROFL 🤣 🤣
Yes, we would have loved to launch it with my fav SD 625! 😁 Unfortunately our truck got stolen 🚚
Oh wait.. There's a new 625 in the market: SD 710! 😜 Fortunately, this time we are smarter by upgrading to latest SD 730, which is 40% faster than 1 year old SD 710 🚀 https://t.co/wR8wNHMUft
— Manu Kumar Jain (@manukumarjain) July 3, 2019
After posting the comment on Twitter, many Xiaomi fans once again questioned the executive about the official release date. However, Jain declined to comment on the matter.
Anyway, many celebrated the fact that the Indian Redmi 7A can be much more powerful than many competing entry devices. Now, all you have to do is wait and see what Xiaomi will charge for the device.
- 5.45-inch screen with HD resolution
- Display without notch and look 18: 9
- Snapdragon 439 Processor
- Adreno 505 GPU
- 2 GB or 3 GB of RAM
- 16 GB or 32 GB internal storage
- Expandable memory up to 256 GB with MicroSD
- Rear camera with 13 MP, PDAF, and LED Flash
- 5MP front camera
- P2 input for headphones
- 4,000 mAh battery
- Android 9.0 Pie running under MIUI 10
- Dimensions: 146,30 x 70,41 x 9,55 mm