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Redmi MEE7 and Redmi MET7 Full Specs Appear on TENAA, May Launch as Redmi Note 5

by Habeeb Onawole 6

Yesterday we reported that a Redmi MET7 phone was seen on TENAA. We didn’t have the full specs then as it wasn’t yet “fully entered” into the database. Today full details are now available along with a second model, the Redmi MEE7. Both phones differ with respect to memory and storage configuration only.

Redmi MEE7

The Redmi MET7 and Redmi MEE7 both have 5.99-inch TFT displays with a 2160 x 1080 resolution and an 18:9 aspect ratio. This is different from the 5.7” HD+ it was speculated to have.

The MET7 and MEE7 are powered by a 2.0GHz octa-core processor. The cameras on both devices are the same too. You get a 12MP rear camera and a 5MP sensor for the front camera. Battery capacity is 4,000mAh and there is Android 7.1.2 pre-installed.

Where both phones differ is in the memory configuration. The Redmi MET7 packs 4GB RAM and 64GB of storage while the Redmi MEE7 has 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. Both phones have a MicroSD card slot for up to an additional 128GB.

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The specs of the phone point at a mid-range phone which we think is the Redmi Note 5 and not the Redmi 5 Plus. Both phones will come in black, rose gold, gold, white, blue, red, pink, gray, and silver according to TENAA.

Using the images from TENAA, a Weibo user has made renders of the phones. They look beautiful and shouldn’t be far off from Xiaomi’s own official renders.

(Sources: 1, 2, 3)

 

 

 

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  • POINTLESS GUY

    TFT LCD DISPLAYS?! WHAT IS THIS?! AT LEAST PUT IPS LCD!

  • Zero

    TFT? That’s not Xiaomi… maybe discarded designs

  • Gousgounis

    Another SD625 xiaomi phone? (SD630 is clocked at 2,2Ghz and SD636 at 1,8Ghz)

    It is surely beautiful but at least put a dual camera on the back like everybody else.
    Maybe xiaomi don’t have stock on camera sensors like they have on SD625 CPUs…

    • hjk

      SD630 goes “up to” 2.2GHz, so I wouldn’t eliminate that possibility entirely

      • Gousgounis

        It would be a mistake using an underclocked CPU.
        They were heavily criticized in past for undeclocking the low version of mi5

  • Robert Smit

    where are the 5 inch screens all above are to big.

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