Mi Malaysia release the Redmi Note 7 and Redmi 7, Black Shark 2 teased

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True to its promise, Mi Malaysia has officially launched one of its latest smartphone, the Redmi Note 7. Despite the fact that the company is turning Redmi into a sub-brand of its own, the responsibility for Redmi Note 7 in Malaysia is apparently still fall under the purview of Mi Malaysia.

The 4GB/64GB model carries a price tag of RM 799 while the 4GB/128GB variant can be purchased for RM 949. It can be obtained in three different colourways including Neptune Blue, Space Black, and Nebula Red.

On top of that, the Redmi Note 7 also comes standard with an 18-month warranty which is 6 months more than the standard Xiaomi warranty policy. Consumers are able to obtain the new phone from Lazada and Shopee as well as DirectD and Urban Republic branches while Maxis will also be selling the phone.

Most of the information regarding the phone is already well-known at the moment with the exception of its price and exact release date in Malaysia. So, here it is: the new Redmi Note 7 will be made available in Malaysia starting from 27 March for RM 679 onwards for the variant with 3GB of RAM and 32GB internal storage.

But that’s not all. In a rather surprising move, Mi Malaysia has also brought forward the fresh Redmi 7 to Malaysia. This came completely out of nowhere, and is probably the quickest Xiaomi has brought over a new device. In case you missed it, the phone had just been launched in China yesterday.

Consumers in Malaysia are able to obtain the new Redmi 7 starting from 27 March onwards. Available variants include 2GB of RAM and 16GB internal storage which is priced at RM 499 or they can also opt for the model with 3GB of RAM and 32GB internal storage for RM 599.

Unlike the Redmi Note 7 which received an 18-month warranty, the Redmi 7 warranty is limited to the standard 12-month warranty. As stated earlier, the phone will be available in Malaysia on 27 March through Lazada and Shopee as well as DirectD and Urban Republic branches.

Overall, Xiaomi Malaysia has done a pretty good job with this launch, but there’s still more. The company teased that the freshly launched Black Shark 2 will also be coming to Malaysia. They even gave a launch date of April 1st. This wraps up all the big releases from Mi Malaysia today. Tell us your thoughts down below!