Xiaomi is announcing the Mi Max 3 on Thursday, but the company decided to go ahead and to tease the key selling points in adavance - the huge screen and massive battery. The rest of the specs were leaked in Chinese media, leaving little unknown ahead of the official event.
The Xiaomi Mi Max 3 will have 6.9” screen with Full HD+ resolution and 18:9 ratio, so no notch, just a regularly thin bezel on top. The battery will be 5,500 mAh, which is an upgrade over the 5,300 mAh power cell the predecessor Mi Max 2 had.
The other specs leaked in live images. The chipset will be Snapdragon 636 with eight Kryo 260 cores, clocked at 1.8 GHz. The dual camera setup is the 12 MP + 5 MP combo that is used in the Redmi Note 5, with the main sensor having 1.4µm pixel size.
The device photographed has 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage, but we know from TENAA that Xiaomi is preparing different memory variants. The MIUI is listed as v9.6 and it is based on Android Oreo 8.1.
The last unknowns are colors, pricing, and availability, but we will know that once the curtain lifts on July 19.
Hmm, if they do software optimization correctly, it could be a long lasting battery life
My wait is over, oh well, in a negative way. Meizu 16 Plus is coming with SD845, but with 6.5" display and 3570 mAh battery. No for me.