The National Communication Commission (NCC) certified a phone with model number M1804E4A on June 25, which is likely the previously rumored Mi Max 3 Pro.
For now, we know that the Mi Max 3 will come with the less powerful Snapdragon 636 while the Pro version will boast a Snapdragon 710 chipset and most of the other specs will probably be shared across the two phablets. Both devices should pop up in just a few days, so stay tuned.
I believe the LTE edition can, but 8" is not phone friendly, while 7" is still perfect.
Its perfect size, looking forward to buy mi max 3 pro. Today i have mi max 2 and now i think is to small;-) Before i had Iphone 6 and thats was to small screen and battery. I find mine on a airport. Love it. Good work Xiaomi