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You can buy Redmi Note 7 Pro from Nepal. But How?

Do you know where to buy Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro in Nepal? This article talks about the phone specifications in summary as well. Read the article below to find out where to find Redmi Note 7 Pro by Xiaomi.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro

The Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro mobile features a 6.3" (16 cm) display with a screen resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels and runs on Android v9.0 (Pie) operating system. The device is powered by Octa-core (2 GHz, Dual-core, Kryo 460 + 1.7 GHz, Hexa Core, Kryo 460) processor paired with 4/6 GB of RAM. As far as the battery is concerned it has 4000 mAh with a really good battery backup.

 Over that, The rear camera is concerned this mobile has a 48 MP + 5 MP camera Exmor-RS CMOS Sensor supporting a resolution of 8000 x 6000 Pixels and the front snapper is powered by an Exmor-RS CMOS Sensor. Other sensors include a Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Compass, Gyroscope.

 It has a fast unlocking fingerprint sensor. For graphical performance that can make games run smoothly, this phone has got an Adreno 612 GPU. On board, storage is at 64/124 GB with the option to expand the memory by Yes Up to 256 GB. The design is one of the most important factors when it comes to mobiles. This phone is 8.1 mm slim and weighs 186 grams. And for the color pickers one I have good news. Redmi Note 7 Pro comes with a three-color variant: Space Black, Nebula Red, and Neptune Blue.

Space Black:

This color is for the typical guys who don't want to show off that much and wants a simplistic color and for those who are techy. Well, this is definitely for you unless you are in the mood to show off.

Nebula Red:

I don't know what they thought about while putting this name but yes this color looks cool for the eyes but at the same time, It looks like girly. If you are a girl who loves Red then this color will make your day.

Neptune Blue:

This color is perfect for boys who does not like the above two colors. Most of my friends also suggested the blue color as well.

You might be thinking How cool it is right? So, below is the picture where all these phones are together. 

I have talked about the phone specifications in summary so What now? Wait, Have patience. Yeah, you guessed it right I am going to tell you How you can buy Redmi Note 7 in Nepal. Let's find out.

Redmi Note 7 Pro in Nepal:

The sad thing is that Redmi Note 7 Pro will not be releasing in Nepal as well as in other countries except China and India. But I am gonna tell about the place in Nepal where you can buy Redmi Note 7 Pro. A member in Ask Buddie suggested me this when I asked in Ask Buddie FaceBook Group. If you have not joined you should totally join the group.

She told me to go to a website called Haamro bazar and search for Redmi Note 7 Pro and I did the same and BOOM I got the persons who can deliver me the phone. So lots of thanks to her. If you guys love this blog then subscribe to my blog newsletter and subscribe to my channel also.

Thanks for reading.


10 Greatest Tips to Speed up your Device

Your Android phone was pretty fast when you first bought it, right? Then over time it began running more slowly. This is a common problem and nothing to worry about. Below is our guide to getting your phone to run fast again. Read on for our best tips to speed up your phone.

1. Identify the problem

The first thing to do is find out what is causing the problem: an app, multiple apps, the system itself? Trepn Profiler by Qualcomm will show you the real-time CPU load for individual cores, an overview of network traffic for both data and Wi-Fi, GPU loads and RAM usage and more.

Trepn can also produce app-specific or system-wide profiles and contains various methods for displaying accumulated data. You can save your profiled data for offline viewing and analysis and even have performance overlays on running apps.

Once you've figured out your specific issue, you can move on to the solutions below.

2. Free up some space

All those photos you've taken and all of those apps you’ve installed can take their toll on your phone. It needs a little breathing room to run smoothly and if it's running low on space, it can start to slow down.

You can check how much space you have left by heading to the Storage section of Settings.

One of the easiest ways to free up space is to tap Applications and see which apps you can uninstall.
  • Tap the entry for an app you no longer need and then tap Uninstall. You can repeat this process as many times as necessary for any apps you feel you can live without.
There are other ways you can free up space. The files you have downloaded are probably still sitting in storage wasting space and can be removed.
  • In Storage, tap Downloads, select the files you want to remove and then tap the Trashcan icon
Many of the apps you have installed use data caches in an attempt to speed up operations. This is effective up to a point, but if you are running short of space, it can actually be counter-productive.
  • To free up this space, hit the Clear cached data option and then tap OK to confirm.
  • More files ripe for deletion can be found in the Miscellaneous files section.
  • Tick the boxes next to any types of file you'd like to remove – backups, files received via Bluetooth, playlist files, and so on – and then tap the Trashcan icon.
  • You can keep an eye on how much space you have freed up when you look at the Available space section.
You can also disable any apps that came pre-loaded on your phone but you don’t use. If you have rooted your Android, you can actually get rid of these apps, but if not, you can go to the app properties and disable it to prevent it from running and using up your phone’s resources.

3. Cut back on the widgets

All those widgets you have running on your home screen may be useful, but they also take up their fair share of resources.

If you have any widgets running that you don’t really need, consider disabling them.
There's no harm in having some active, but you will notice an element of slow-down if you have too many running at the same time, so just be a little selective.

4. Disable unnecessary animations and extras

Depending on the launcher you are using, you may find that there are various animations and special effects in place. These may look great, but they can also slow things down.
Check in your launcher's settings to see if there is a way to disable any of these unnecessary extras, and you could earn yourself a speed boost.

5. Close down apps and free up RAM

Multi-tasking several apps makes it easy to switch between different tools, but there can also be an impact on performance. You can quickly close down any apps you are no longer using by calling up the running apps list – press and hold the home key and then swipe away any apps you want to exit.
  • While you are at this screen, tap the pie chart icon to the lower right of the screen and then move to the RAM section.
  • Tap the Clear memory button and any background processes that are running unnecessarily will be closed down.
6. Restart your device

A quick and simple fix for a slow device is to simply restart it. This can clear out the cache, stop unnecessary tasks from running, and get things running smoothly again.
  • Just hold down the power button, select the Restart option, and then tap OK to confirm.

7. Make sure your software is up to date

Do you keep swiping aside that notification to update your software? It only wants the best for you. Software updates are not always about new features, most of the time they also contain bug-fixes and performance enhancements than can significantly speed up your device's operation.

Make sure your software is always on the latest version available. You might not always be ready for a big download but don't put it off forever, either.

8. Dig deeper

You can also keep tabs on the apps that are using lots of battery by going to Settings > Battery.

You can also monitor RAM usage in Settings > Apps (or App Manager, depending on your brand of phone)

There's even more geeky goodies in Process Stats in Developer Options – if you don't have this setting enabled, go to Settings > About Phone and tap Build Number seven times until a notification pops up.

9. Root your phone

For advanced users, the unlocking the developer option is a mere taste of power, the first step on the path to the real arcane arts-rooting the phone.
With a rooted device, you have the freedom to install cleaner ROMs that can run more smoothly than your current setup, and even overclock the processor, cracking the whip on your hardware to make it run faster.

Just keep in mind these methods are not without risk. Rooting your phone is a complex process, and it can void your warranty. A careless user can end up breaking their phone's operating system. But the rewards outweigh the risks for many.

10. Factory Reset

Yes, it's that faithful old last resort that can save the day when all else is lost (and if you're doing this, all else will be lost). A factory reset will restore the phone to the condition the manufacturer shipped it in, which can do wonders to clean up obscure bits of leftover software and buggy code that could be clogging up performance.
Trouble is, of course, that you'll lose all your data. But if you've tried all our other tips and still aren't happy with the speed of your phone, then it could be time for drastic measures.

Do you have any tips and techniques you use to speed up your phone? Do you have any apps you use to optimize the process? Just comment down below.


You can buy Redmi Note 7 Pro from Nepal. But How?

Do you know where to buy Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro in Nepal? This article talks about the phone specifications in summary as well. Read the...