Romaric Redmi Note 7 Pro Review : Une grande de ferrures sur un Budget

Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro Review: A Great Hardware Package on a Budget

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romaric Redmi Note examen Pro 7 : un grand de ferrures sur un Budget

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  1. Now this phone is pretty interesting, I feel like we’ve reached a milestone in smartphone development here:

    It’s the first true midrange phone with no huge shortcomings that has a great camera. This might seriously hurt flagship phone sales as the camera was the main reason to get an expensive phone.

  2. Good display and performance, great battery life, a camera on par with the OnePlus 6T and the Poco F1, overall a very good deal, who could ask for more at this price.

  3. can we fix this global launch issue with a custom rom with google play

    But before invest on it, we have to see how the adoption of developers will be


    From my experience, indian users are up to make custom roms. My moto g5s plus receive good custom rom support from developers and heavy indian maintainers. I have zero issues with the quality of roms by indians and security patch updates frequency.


    I don’t know, I think the new Umidigi F1 Play is the new budget king.

    For $200:

    >5,150mAh battery (a video review I saw a guy was getting 11 hours screen on time), a Helio P60 CPU, and 6GB of RAM. Additionally, the UMIDIGI F1 Play, which runs *near stock Android*, includes 64GB of built-in storage with the option to expand it with a microSD card.

    >One thing to note about the F1 Play compared to other phones is that UMIDIGI includes *NFC* and **global radio bands.** What this means is that anyone should be able to use the handset to make wireless payments and connect to a cell tower no matter where they are in the world.

    >Headphone jack, 18w USB-C charger included, pre-applied screen protector

    NFC, Global Radio Bands, huge battery, basically stock Android.. this is stuff you rarely ever see in these super specc’d out Chinese phones. They look cool but you can’t use them in the US or they have some terrible overlay like MIUI. There’s very little I see wrong with this phone at $200.

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