Redmi Note 7 First Experience: Combative Little King Kong
By Goraud Mazanec 2019-07-17 486 0
Appearance - Dream Blue
The appearance of Xiaomi has never disappointed me. This time the Redmi Note 7 offers three colors: Twilight Gold, Dream Blue and Bright Black. Because I am a loyal blue lover, so Dream Blue is of course my first choice! The color changes gradually and looks really fantastic. I am so happy! Looking at the back of the mobile phone, the overall layout is still very in line with the style of Xiaomi. The back also uses gradient color and you can use the fingerprint sensor on the back to unlock. The camera and flashlight positions are similar. The camera protrusion is obvious, and it is a little vulnerable to scratches.
Screen - Drop-resistant
Actually, I've watched the video of using Redmi Note 7 to smash walnuts before. I think it's a bit exaggerating. I am a little careless, and my phone often inadvertently "flies out". This Redmi Note 7 can't escape such an accident from time to time. The next day after purchase, I suddenly lifted the quilt but the phone was thrown onto the wall, and then fell on the floor. Unexpectedly, there was no any scratches. It really deserves the nickname of “Little King Kong”.
Key points – Camera Performance
The camera of Xiaomi mobile phone is always amazing. It surprises me all the time. This time is not an exception. I took it for testing as soon as I bought it. My old cell phone has a 12-megapixel camera, while Redmi Note 7 has a 48-megapixel primary camera. Let's have a quick comparison. I photographed the huge Starbucks coffee cup in front of the door with my old mobile phone and Xiaomi Note 7. Normally, the detail improvement brought by 48 megapixels is not so big. After enlargement, the difference is obvious. In the 48MP photo, the letters on the huge Starbucks coffee cup are clear, while in the 12-megapixel photo, the letters are slightly faint.
Night shot can't be missed
At the press conference, Xiaomi CEO said that Redmi Note 7 supports Xiaomi's highlighted function - Super Night shot mode. So, after I got this Redmi Note 7, I immediately tried the Super Night shot. First, I clicked on the upper left corner to open Professional 4800 mode, and then took pictures. The photo was really super clear. I was as happy as a little fairy. It is very commendable that the night shot of Redmi Note 7 is very clean without noticeable noise, and the suppression of the highlights in the picture is also good. Some neon signs can still be distinguished.
Many people also pay more attention to the battery life of mobile phones. I read the instructions. This Redmi Note 7 uses 4000mAh battery. I have been shooting outside for more than an hour, and there was still 75% power left. Then I listened to the music for another two hours, and there was still 50% remaining power. I am very satisfied with it.
Overall, this Redmi Note 7 satisfies me a lot. The first thing that I must consider is the price. I won't hesitate to buy a mobile phone at this price, because I can get one without feeling any financial burden. This is also absolutely the most cost-effective choice of the Redmi series products at present. The camera function is very excellent. If you are a photography lover, you must not miss it!!
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