Imperator Neubaticus, 26 Aug 2018Not bang for the buck. The mi max is a much smarter option. Well, I would wait and see =)
Can anybody tell whether a transparent rugged case may be available in India? I want a good large display with decent audio and large battery. I definitely want the 128 GB/6 GB version. So, Max 3 looks like having almost everything I'm looking for in a pocket-friendly package. Or, Poco sounds better (price difference is nominal)?
LG Superfan, 26 Aug 20186.8" 16:9 = 7.3 18:9 if that is what you were asking I didnt quite get itYep. Exactly that
POCO F1 4000mAh: 111h endurance rating
Mi Max 3 5500mAh: 115h endurancce rating
with screen size differing only 0.72" and the same display technology, it's quite surprising to see how much more efficient SD845 compared to SD636, as Qualcomm once said that their flagship tier is more efficient than anything below.
Imperator Neubaticus, 26 Aug 2018Not bang for the buck. The mi max is a much smarter option. what are you talking about, this is a mi max
Anonymous, 26 Aug 2018Prefer 16:9, but don't get why 18:9 became mainstream.Its not that bad its close to 21:9 ratio which is cinema ratio and you can change the aspect ratio of movies you are watching to 18:9
Nicolas F, 25 Aug 2018It's not so direct, because Honor Note 10 is both more powerful and expensive)Even so, that hasnÂ’t stopped the reviewers from comparing phones that have a higher price tag before
AnonD-632062, 25 Aug 2018I though the same thing, because the Honor Note 10 is similar in screen size & battery.Yeah, itÂ’s a direct competitor
A rather very disappointing. Two generations & two years only to match performance & battery stamina of the first Max. Ain't going to get one.
considering mi max 3 or mi mix 2s
or maybe will wait for mi mix 3
Anonymous, 26 Aug 2018Honour note 10Not bang for the buck. The mi max is a much smarter option.
dvdivx, 26 Aug 2018This is why Xiaomi and Huawei are still second rate at best: LTE bands supported: Mi Max 3: ... moreBecause the north american market is not a priority. Their own chinese market is more important, as well as the markets of neighboring continents. They're taking it slow but strategically. The US can wait. It's not as big an economy as it likes to think.
This is why Xiaomi and Huawei are still second rate at best:
LTE bands supported:
Mi Max 3: 1,3,4,5,7,8,20,34,38,39,40,41
Now lets see what that supports based on Wikipedia and frequencycheck
North America 2,3,4,5,7,12,13,17,29,30,40,41,42,66,71 Sprint only (25,26)
South America 1,2,3,4,7,13,17,28,38,42
Middle East 1,3,7,20,28,38,40,42
Australia- NZ 1,3,5,7,28,40
Sadly not much now compared to other phones:
Apple iphone8 1,2,3,4,5,7,8,11,12,13,17,18,19,20,21,25,26,28,29,30,34,38,39,40,41,42,66
Samsung s9 (us model) 1,2,3,4,5,7,8,12,13,14,17,18,19,20,25,26,28,29,30,32,38,39,40,41,46,66,71
Asus ROG 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,12,13,17,18,19,20,28,29,32,34,38,39,40,41,46
Google Pixel 2 XL Global 1,2,3,4,5,7,8,12,13,17,20,25,26,28,29,30,32,38,40,41,66
It's almost like they just dont want to sell phones world wide. Better than the first one but still a long way to go.