Xiaomi’s entry-level budget phone “Redmi 7A” is the budget smartphone of India. Since July 11, the phone is available through Flipkart and Mi online stores in India. Well, things change today as the “Redmi 7A”, is now available through offline retail channels.
Redmi 7A Pricing in the brick-and-mortar stores.
Xiaomi’s latest budget phone will retail for INR 6,199 for the base 16GB variant in the brick-and-mortar stores. Of course, the consumers have to shell out INR 200 price premium from their pockets, but the phone is worth every penny.
On the other hand, the version with 32GB of storage will cost at INR 6,399 offline. The extra premium is for its distribution in the market, but it is convenient for the consumers to walk down to the stores and buy one. The online services can take up to 3-4 days for the phone to deliver.
What are the Specifications of the Redmi 7A?
Anyways, the “Redmi 7A” is a well-designed phone with a Snapdragon 439 SoC inside. The screen is a 5.45-inch 720×1440 18:9 LCD touchscreen panel and the viewing angles are decent. On the rear of the phone is a 12MP shooter, while the selfie camera is a 5MP camera. Whatsmore, the phone has got humungous 4,000 mAh battery that lasts a day and a half. On the software side, “Redmi 7A” runs on Android 9 Pie with MIUI on the top of it.
Woudl You Buy a Redmi phone Offline?
Although this may be true that the budget Redmi phone will sell out for INR200 more in the offline stores, but in my opinion it is worth buying the phone through offline stores. Would you buy your first budget Android phone offline? Do let us know in the comments section below.