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New price, new volume: The Redmi Note 7 becomes more profitable

The official local importer cuts the price of the new intermediate model - and launches a version with Double the original price tag

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The Redmi Note 7 Pro may be Will not reach Israel, as stated, But it can be comforting that at least one of this model's enhanced features is now available in the local market - at a competitive price.

Hamilton announced that it is now the official recommended price of the standard Redmi Note 7 model, with 64GB for storage and 4GB of , Will stand at only NIS 1,000, instead of NIS 1,150 originally - a price that will allow for significantly better competitiveness against the various parallel importers, who are able to purchase the popular model at a starting price of only NIS 835, which is likely to have dropped by several dozen shekels in the market.

New prices - and they are probably the most competitive from the Hamilton company to date, when it comes to Xiaomi's smart devices

Along with the source model, we received an upgrade to an improved model of the Redmi Note 7, with 128GB of storage and 4GB of RAM at a recommended price of NIS 1,150, A50 is newly marketed with volumes Identical to the recommended cost of 1,350 shekels.

This version of the device is not widely available in Israel through parallel imports at this time, but one can be cautious that this will change soon too - and then we can find the model at prices close to or even lower than NIS 1,000.

We continue to be slightly optimistic about the launch of the new Pro model in the country - while wondering when the Redmi 7's reduced and discounted launch will look, and at what price levels

There is no doubt that we will be happy to see storage volumes of 128GB and above, as well as volumes Dynamic 6GB, becoming the new default in 2019, even in intermediate products - and if based on last month's launches we seem to be in the right direction.


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