Xiaomi Redmi 7A was announced twice - first its specs, and later its pricing and availability. The phone was initially only sold in China, but retailers in Czechia and Slovakia have already started listing it.
The Redmi 7A is the most affordable member of the Redmi 7 family, with a Snapdragon 439 chipset and two variants of storage - 16 GB or 32 GB. It has one camera on the back, another one on the front in the top bezel.
There are no fingerprint scanners, but a big selling point is the ample 4,000 mAh battery.
The Redmi 7A is expected to sell for around €100. An official launch date for the European market is yet to be set, but it should be somewhere in July.
Everyone ignores Sony... It's stupid, even LG gets more attention. My mate has the Xperia L1 and he says that the performance is great, exactly the opposite of what popular reviewers say.
Its 2019 and this still has a thick notch, the Redmi 7 already has water drop notch, which this 7a shoul've followed. So it still looks like the 6a.