Xiaomi has just confirmed the launch of the Redmi 6 Pro and the Mi Pad 4 in China. Both handsets will be launching in five days time. However, their companion at TENAA, the Mi Max 3 sadly stays without a launch date for now. The Mi Max 3 can also be expected very shortly but for now, we’ll have to make do with a much needed authentic look of its physical body.
The TENAA listing that happened a couple of days back did reveal specs and we were expecting images to drop soon. So, here is our first look at the Mi Max 3. And pretty much like we expected, the Mi Max 3 adopts the design language of the Mi 6X and also differs little from its predecessor. The only substantial change is the 18:9 aspect ratio.
Mi Max 3 Specifications
Speaking of substantial, the Mi Max 3 is nothing short of a tablet now with TENAA confirming a huge 6.9-inch Full-HD+ display on what was once a phablet series. The images also suggest dual cameras which were a doubt earlier.
As for other schematics, the Mi Max 3 core is a 1.8GHz processor that was earlier tipped to be a Snapdragon 660. However, it could just end up being a Snapdragon 636. The RAM and storage options are plenty as 3GB, 4GB, and 6GB, along with storages of 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB are reported.
The Mi Max3 also has a beefed up 5,400mAh battery to go with the bigger screen and it will most likely run Android 8.1 Oreo. As for the camera, the rear is supposed to have a primary 12MP sensor while the other side has either an 8MP or 5MP shooter depending on the model. For more info on this, refer to our previous article.