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Xiaomi Redmi Note 7S review: The budget all rounder

The Redmi Note 7S happens to be the most affordable phone with a 48MP camera sensor in the market at the moment

With every new launch, the Redmi Note range has raised the benchmark. The recently launched Note 7S is no different. It continues to have the same design language as that of the elder sibling Redmi Note 7 Pro, innards of the younger and soon to be discontinued Redmi Note 7 and an all new 48 MP rear camera. Is it the new budget king?

Xiaomi has embraced an all glass body in bright colours with its Redmi 7 series. The Note 7S continues the

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