Redmi 7A Gets Certified by TENAA, Full Specs Revealed

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Redmi 7A TENAA

Xiaomi sub-brand Redmi may soon launch the Redmi 7A in China. The smartphone has been certified by TENAA in the country, which suggests the launch could be imminent. We can also expect the Redmi 7A to make its way to India soon after it makes its debut in China. The Redmi 7A will succeed last year’s Redmi 6A.

Redmi 7A Specifications Revealed

According to the smartphone’s TENAA listing, the Redmi 7A (M1903C3EC) sports a 5.45-inch display with 720 x 1440 HD+ resolution. Under the hood, it will run on an octa-core processor clocked at 1.4 GHz. Three memory configurations are likely to be on offer: 2GB RAM + 16GB storage, 3GB RAM + 32GB storage, and 4GB RAM + 64GB storage.

In the camera department, Redmi 7A will have a 13MP primary camera at the rear and a 5MP selfie camera on the front. Fueling the internals of the Redmi 7A will be a 3900mAh capacity battery. As for physical dimensions, the listing reveals the phone measures 146.3 x 70.41 x 9.55mm and weighs 150 grams. On the software front, the TENAA listing confirms Redmi 7A will debut with Android Pie-based MIUI 10 out of the box. The phone will be available in a total of eight color options: Black, Red, Blue, Pink, White, Green, Purple, and Gray.

As can be seen in the image above, Redmi 7A will not be very different from the Redmi 6A in terms of design. It will have a similar 18:9 aspect ratio display on the front with roughly similar-sized top and bottom bezels as its predecessor. On the back, we can see that the camera layout has been changed slightly, while the Mi branding is replaced with Redmi branding. Unfortunately, Redmi has not added a fingerprint sensor to the Redmi 7A. As for the build, it is quite clear that the Redmi 7A will have a polycarbonate build similar to the Redmi 6A from last year.


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