The camera duo on the back includes, as expected, a 12- and a 5MP unit, while the front-facer is an eight-megapixel unit.
The Mi Max 3 is also powered by the same Snapdragon 636 chipset featured in the Redmi Note 5 Pro, and the octa-core 1.8GHz platform is more than able to handle everyday tasks easily. Bundled with the device is a 9V 2A fast charging brick. It also comes a day after Xiaomi confirmed that the successor to the Mi A1 is indeed in the works. The phone will be able to recharge through its USB Type-C port and security will be handled through a rear-mounted fingerprint reader. It comes in Meteorite Black, Dream Gold, and Dark Blue color options. All the color variants are priced the same. The smartphone offers 128GB of internal storage which can be expanded further by inserting a microSD card.
Now to power all of this, the Mi Max3 will be packing an extremely large 5,500mAh battery.
The top model comes with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage. (~$296). Starting from July 20, the Mi Max 3 will be available for buying through multiple platforms in China such as Xiaomi Home, Gome, Suning, Xiaomi Mall app, Tmall, Jingdong and other online and offline stores.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has finally launched its much-teased phablet Mi Max 3 t an event in China.
Xiaomi did something uncharacteristic lately. Xiaomi has also included reverse charging feature on the Mi Max 3 through which it can be used for charging other devices like phones, smartwatches, Bluetooth headsets and so on. As of now, there is no information about the India launch date of the Mi Max 3 smartphone. All we need is to wait and see.
As reported by The Mobile Indian, the Mi Max 3 has an enhanced battery, screen, SoC and cameras compared to the previous version Xiaomi Mi Max 2. According to Xiaomi, the Mi Max 3 offers a screen-to-body ratio 85.19 percent.