The Redmi 7A brings numerous meaningful upgrades over its predecessor and offers great value for its price. The 5.45-inch HD+ display is of decent quality, but its brightness is not up to the mark. The phone has a solid build quality and the promised 2-year warranty is an added bonus.
Day-to-day performance is also good for a phone in the entry-level segment, but it stutters with heavy multi-tasking. Redmi 7A captures vibrant photos in daylight, but the low-light photos and selfies have a grainy texture. The front camera also changes the skin complexion without even applying the beautification filters.
The 4,000mAh battery easily lasts for over a day and takes a little over 2 hours to charge fully with the supplied 10W charger. The Redmi 7A is a noteworthy upgrade over its predecessor, but the Realme C2 offers more with its appealing design, larger display, and dual rear cameras.