- Page 1: Introduction
- Page 2: Design
- Page 3: Connectivity & Ports
- Page 4: Display
- Page 5: Cameras
- Page 6: Software - Android 9.0 Pie with MIUI 10.2
- Page 7: Performance & Gaming
- Page 8: Battery & Charger
- Page 9: Wrapping up the Redmi Note 7 review
Honestly speaking, the Redmi Note 7 actually has quite a good display. It comes with a decent display with a 6.3-inch screen and 2340×1080 pixels in resolution. Comes with a waterdrop notch at the top as well – which in contrast with many other phones, it is considerably tiny.
Though, the chin is considerably big – but that is good since the buttons are not way at the bottom of the screen, making them easier to be pressed.
The default display settings seem a little too blue for me, so I had to go into the settings menu and tune it. By default, it is in automatic contrast mode. Changing it to “warm” seems a little purplish but changing to standard contrast fixes my predicament.
The overall display is actually rather flat with curve at the very edge of the screen only. Combined with the rather thick bezels of the phone itself, tempered glass screen protectors actually fit in much nicer compared to fancy thin bezels and curved displays. I can’t believe that I’m actually saying this, but it’s true – though it is a personal preference.