The Xiaomi Mi Max 2 was made official last month, and is currently on sale in a few Asian markets. The device, however, has only been available in Gold color option so far. That changes now, as a new, Matte Black variant of the phone has been launched.
The first market to get the new color model is Hong Kong, where the 5,300mAh battery totting handset arrived earlier this week.
For those who are planning to purchase a unit, it's worth knowing that currently only the 64GB variant is available in the country, and it carries an HKD1,899 (around $245) price tag.
Why no black for 128GB. 64GB storage still not enough for photos,video,music and other stuff,forget about the sd card,will slow down the device tremendously,wake up Xiaomi.
Anything above 4GB in an android phone is overkill. The excess, unused RAM is just bragging rights with absolutely no use at all as it doesn't anymore result to meaningful improvement in performance. It's just like the megapixel race. You only need 8...
This matte black of mi max2 has 4 gb ram too? I'll skip it unless it has 6 gb ram like c9 samsung..