We took the Redmi Note 7 out to JJT Park, Alausa, and returned with some pictures for your delight. On the front of the Redmi Note 7 is a 13 megapixel selfie camera. Flip the phone over to the back and you will see a dual camera with a 48 MP + 5 MP configuration with LED flash.
Xiaomi brags about this 48 MP Mi dual camera and says it offers a flagship-grade experience. We were eager to put it to the test to see how good it really is. If it lives up to the hype, a solid camera on a N58,000 smartphone is not a bad deal at all.
Shot on Redmi Note 7 Mi dual camera
Here is a crop of the white buildinmg in the top right coner of the photo above. Considering the distance involved, the details captured and preserved by the Redmi Note 7 are commendable.
The landscape photo below is one of our favourites from this photo shoot. The camera captures objects in the foreground and background, light and shades, as well as colours and details, almost to perfection.
The above photo of the Mi Compact Speaker 2 is an early morning indoor shot. We cropped it below to show the levels of detail captured. We like the how the Redmi Note 7’s Mi dual camera handled all the different shades of white and black in the photo without sacrificing details.
Having seen the above sample photos, what is your take on the Redmi Note 7’s 48 MP camera? We are convinced that the Redmi Note 7 is a very solid camera phone for the price. But we want to hear your comments too, so have your say below.
PS: Night shots will be added to this page shortly. You see, we need to force either Mister Mobility or MobileChic (or both of them) to go party tonight or something. LOL.
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