Two unannounced but expected handsets have been seen referenced on Xiaomi’s Chinese portal providing strong proof that these handsets will launch in the near future. One of them is the familiar Redmi 6 Pro. The other is the often-rumoured Mi Max 3. The discovery has been reported by Mysmartprice.
The Redmi 6 Pro’s appearance in the reference isn’t that big of a surprise especially since we know TENAA has approved the device and it would launch sooner or later. The Redmi 6 Pro is the same model number M1805D1SE that we saw with a notch. Its specifications aren’t very much secret too as they’ve been reported everywhere taken from TENAA.
We’re looking at a 5.84-inch Full HD+ display, a 2.0 GHz processor, and a 12MP + 5MP dual camera at the front and rear. Plenty of variants have been declared – 2GB RAM + 16GB ROM, 3GB RAM + 32GB ROM, and 4GB RAM + 64GB ROM.
Coming to the Mi Max 3, it is a more sketchy device. What we have are mostly rumours. However, it is likely Xiaomi will follow up the Mi Max 2 as it is a well-received phablet. Speculation is rife that Xiaomi might morph into a full-blown tablet with a 6.99-inch display, however maintaining last year’s body.
Also, a bit surprising is the talk of alleged Snapdragon 710 on the handset. Mi Max 3 is thought to have received 3C certification recently, however, this isn’t a 100 percent confirmed report, so take it with its face value. For more information do refer our links to these two handsets above.