The 18 March is certainly a date that the fans of the Chinese brand Xiaomi, have marked on their calendar. To be picky this time it is not really correct to quote Lei Jun's OEM as it will be the BlackShark 2 the protagonist of the launch, a device produced by the company of the same name and which relies on Xiaomi only in financial terms and in software support. But what really matters to all of us is the presentation of the new Redmi Note 7 Pro and the entry level Redmi 7. And we all know that Redmi is now an independent brand.
The rumors regarding the Redmi 7 have practically revealed everything, from the processor to the memory cut, and Redmi didn't go lightly in spoiler the design that as we could imagine is completely similar to the big brother Redmi Note 7 / Pro. Definitely a good considering the optimal construction using Corning Gorilla Glass and metal, but what has not yet been revealed, and that we do today, is the presence of two decidedly interesting certifications.
Redmi 7 and Redmi Note 7 Pro: here are two interesting features not yet revealed
Without going around it too much, according to this official teaser, Redmi 7 and Redmi Note 7 Pro enjoy the TÜV Rheinland certification, i.e. the screen guarantees greater eye protection from harmful lights than some flagships in circulation offer. The second novelty is tasty to see rather than to tell and for this reason I leave you a video where the invitation card is shown to the launch presentation of the two new Redmi 7 and Redmi Note 7 Pro. Inside the ticket there is a sample about the P2i protective treatment. Seeing is believing.
We just have to wait for the 18 March, where the meat on the stove seems to be really big and apparently another is being added. In the meantime we know that the Redmi Note 7 in Italy is enjoying huge consensus while yesterday thereto configuration from 4 / 128 GB went on sale in China. We do not know if this new version will reach other markets, but we know that its price is 1499 yuan, about 197 euros, 100 yuan more than the 6 / 64 GB configuration. Currently the only rival seems to be the Samsung M20. Would you like to find out more?