Xiaomi is already testing the Redmi 7 series phones as one of them have been spotted at China’s Compulsory Certificate (3C) authority.
Xiaomi, which recently released its Remid 6 series, is reportedly making three models, Redmi 7A, Redmi 7, and Redmi 7 Pro.
While the specifications haven’t been released or listed yet, it is expected to support fast charging and use Snapdragon chipset. It is likely not going to support 5G, but should have dual VoLTE, fingerprint sensor and Face unlock.
The expected price of the Redmi 7 series is expected to be between ₹9,000 ($125) to ₹15,000 ($220)