Xiaomi Redmi 7 picture leaked ahead of official launch, may come to India soon

first_imgXiaomi Redmi 7 picture leaked ahead of official launch, may come to India soonXiaomi has confirmed to launch the Redmi 7 alongside the Redmi Note 7 Pro in China on March 18. The company CEO Lei Jun has said that the Redmi 7 may be priced between 700 Yuan and 8000 yuan which roughly translate to Rs 7,000 and Rs 8,000.advertisement Sneha Saha New DelhiMarch 14, 2019UPDATED: March 14, 2019 17:23 IST HIGHLIGHTSThe Redmi 7 looks far more beautiful than the Redmi 6.Past rumours suggested that the Redmi 7 will come in eight different colours.Redmi 7 is expected to be priced between 700 Yuan and 8000 yuan which roughly translate to Rs 7,000 and Rs 8,000.Xiaomi has confirmed to launch the Redmi 7 in China on March 18, it is the same date when the Redmi Note 7 Pro will go official in the country. A lot has been talked about the Redmi 7 in the past couple of months and thanks to the rumours and leaks we know almost everything about the Redmi 6 successor. The GM of Redmi and VP of Xiaomi Lu Weibing has now posted a new picture of the Redmi 7 showing the back side of the phone and revealing the complete design. And we must say for an entry-level phone the Redmi 7 looks astounding.The Redmi 7 looks far more beautiful than the Redmi 6 which looks like any other basic phones. The photo of the Redmi 7 has been posted on Chinese microblogging site, Weibo. The picture shows the back side of the phone completely. It reveals that the Redmi 7 will come with a dual rear camera setup followed by an LED flash, and there’s also a circular fingerprint sensor. The overall design of the phone appears to be like the Redmi Note 7 and the Redmi Note 7 Pro. The photo also shows the Redmi 7 in blue colour with dual tone or what Xiaomi calls aura finish.Past rumours suggested that the Redmi 7 will come in eight different colours including red, blue, pink, black and others. The TENAA listing previously revealed the compete specs sheet of the Redmi 7. In fact, the Weibing and Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun also revealed some of the key specs of the Redmi 7 before the launch.advertisementRedmi 7 expected specs and priceAs far as the specs are concerned the Redmi 7 is expected to come with a 6.26-inch LCD HD+ display. The phone is said to come with screen resolution of 1520 x 720 pixels and an aspect ratio of 19:9. On the hardware front the Redmi 7 will be powered by an Octa-core processor clocked at 1.8 GHz. The benchmark listing reveals that the Redmi 7 will come in three variants — 2GB RAM/16GB storage, 3GB RAM/32GB storage, and 6GB RAM/64GB storage. The benchmark listing reveals Redmi 7 may run on Android 9 Pie based on MIUI 10 out-of-the-box.On the camera front, the Redmi 7 is expected to sport two cameras on the rear panel and single on the front which will sit inside the Dot drop notch. The main will be a 12-megapixel camera. The information regarding the secondary rear camera is yet to be revealed. The back cameras will come packed with lots of AI. On the front, the Redmi 7 is tipped to include an 8-megapixel camera for clicking selfies. The Redmi 7 will include a big 4000mAh battery.Xiaomi CEO also revealed the expected price of the Redmi 7 back in January this year via a Weibo post. Jun said that the Redmi 7 will be priced between 700 Yuan and 8000 yuan which roughly translate to Rs 7,000 and Rs 8,000. This price may be for the base 2GB RAM +16GB storage model. So, will the Redmi 7 come to India? Possibly yes, considering the Redmi 4, Redmi 5, Redmi 6 and all other Redmi phones have come to India. This is why we believe the Redmi 7 will come hit the Indian shores very soon.ALSO READ | Redmi Note 7 Pro goes out-of-stock in seconds, next sale in India on March 20ALSO READ | Redmi Note 7 Pro goes on sale in India: 6 things you must know before buying this Xiaomi phoneALSO READ | Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro camera review: An all-rounder camera phone under Rs 15,000Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted bySneha Saha Tags :Follow XiaomiFollow Redmilast_img read more

How a Steakhouse in a Casino is Upping the Cocktail and Food Pairing Game

first_img How to Cook Steak in the Oven Say you’re at a casino. You’re a gambling man and you’ve just went on a run, cashing out with a couple thousand more in your pocket than when you started. What’re you going to do with that money? Going to walk quietly away and put it in your bank account? Maybe, but the more fun options would be to a) let it ride or b ) treat yourself to a nice meal to celebrate.Luckily, just about every casino has options for that, usually in the form of a fancy steakhouse. It doesn’t matter if you’re in Las Vegas; Atlantic City; Lake Charles, Louisianap or at a smaller casino in Washington State, you’re going to be able to find a place to dine without having to leave the casino environment.Find the restaurants that are putting time and effort into crafting meals worthy of your winnings.The thing is, not all casino steakhouses are created equal. Some offer very expensive dishes and drinks and don’t follow through on quality. They’re catering to people who want to blow money and don’t care about the caliber. These are not the places you want to go to. Instead, you want to find the restaurants that are putting time and effort into crafting meals that are worthy of your winnings (as if you were doing it at home). Better yet, you’ll want to find a place that creates all-star meals, but championship-level cocktails as well. If they can put those two things together with exemplary service, well, then you’ve got yourself a three-point play.You may be wondering about the basketball puns, but wonder no more! In order to see how a steakhouse can live up to the higher standard we just spoke of, we visited Michael Jordan’s Steakhouse at Ilani Casino Resort in Ridgefield, Washington (just over the state line from Portland, Oregon) for a cocktail and meal pairing. Michael Jordan’s Steakhouse, which has locations in Chicago and Connecticut as well, is one of the anchor restaurants in the casino resort and serves up not only numerous of cuts of prime beef (“Steakmanship,” they call it), but also a rotating menu of spirits and cocktails that caters to the variety of people that visit Ilani.To get an idea of the different pairings you can make at the restaurant, here is the menu we sampled. Each is worth traveling for, as they exceeded our expectations. All three courses were slam dunks, you might say.(Sorry we’re not sorry about the puns.)Course OneDeviled Short Rib and New Orleans-Style Barbecue Shrimp paired with Brandy Crusta Paired with: Pierre Ferand “Cigare” Cognac, Combier, fresh lemon, Luxardo Maraschino, Angostura bittersWhy it worked: The citrus components of the cocktail, in addition to the oak and spice components in the cognac, played against the succulent short rib bone marrow while enhancing the spiciness of the shrimp. While you wouldn’t want to do a bite of the short rib with a bite of the shrimp and a sip of the cocktail, alternating is a great way to experience a nice array of sensations, textures, and flavors in one course. Having a cocktail that can apply to two very different dishes isn’t the easiest thing to create, but the Brandy Crusta does just that.Course TwoBone-In New York Strip Steak (dry-aged 28 days) and MJ’s Delmonico (dry-ged 45 days) paired with John Wayne’s Last RideChase McPeak/The ManualPaired with: Old Forester, Punt e Mes, Campari, chocolate bittersWhy it worked: First, we must say that these steaks were simply divine. As we mentioned above, quality is at the top of the steakhouse’s tenets. This isn’t just lip service. These steaks were the epitome of perfectly cooked. The richness, then, of the steaks and their accouterments would need a strong, spirit-forward cocktail to cut through the fat and myriad flavors — like John Wayne’s Last Ride. The whiskey, bitters, and Italian amari work in union to highlight the flavors of the steak. They play off each other, making everything taste better with each successive bite or sip. (If you’re reading this, chances are you’ve had a great steak with a great bourbon, and you know what we’re talking about.)Course Three23 Layer Chocolate Cake paired with Second CircleChase McPeak/The ManualPaired with: Angel’s Envy bourbon, Taylor Fladgate Ruby Port, maple syrup, Angostura bittersWhy it worked: As with the steaks, this pairing needs a small precursor note. This cake is not just called a 23-layer cake because of MJ. It is literally 23 layers of decadence on a plate. That decadence is the key to both the food and the cocktail. The bourbon stands as a strong, smooth backbone, with the port and maple helping to round out the body. Bourbon and chocolate go together, port and chocolate go together. This is a case of A + B = C. Thankfully, the sweetness in the cocktail ingredients is muted by the whiskey and bitters, so it is not an overwhelmingly sugary pairing (which, considering the cake, it could’ve easily been). The Manual Spirit Awards 2019: The Best Craft Liquor Made in America The Best Steakhouse Whiskey Collections in the United States center_img Editors’ Recommendations Hang Like the Rat Pack at These Old School Vegas Steakhouses 5 Classic Whiskey Cocktails You Should Know How to Makelast_img read more