The three storage options are 2GB+16GB, 3GB+32GB and 4GB+64GB, which are priced at 699 yuan ($104), 799 yuan ($119) and 999 yuan ($149) respectively. The dual-SIM, however, does not support dual VoLTE support. The phone doesn't have fingerprint sensor. It measures 158.65 x 76.43 x 8.47mm and the weight is 180 grams. The Redmi 7 succeeds Redmi 6 which was one of the bestselling budget smartphones in India a year ago.
It rocks the Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 chipset with an octa-core CPU and is paired with 2GB/3GB/4GB of RAM with 16GB/32GB/64GB onboard storage. As for cameras, it sports a 13MP front facing camera, with dual rear camera set-up and a 48MP main sensor. For the front, it has 13-megapixel AI camera for selfies. What does stand out is that the Redmi Go bears an HD display, unlimited Google Photos storage, a relatively large 3,000mAh battery, as well as a dedicated microSD card slot. Connectivity options on the handset include 4G LTE, VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.2, Global Positioning System and a Micro USB port.
Unlike Redmi Note 7 which received an 18-month warranty, the Redmi 7 warranty is limited to the standard 12-month warranty.