Xiaomi Mi Max 3 phablet to be out in July; check out for specs
Mi Max 3 phablet would be launched in July, confirmed Xiaomi’s CEO Lei Jun, although not much information about the smartphone has been revealed by the company. Xiaomi Mi Max 3 has been certified by TENAA-- a Chinese regulatory site which certifies all the smartphones that are yet to be released.
The regulatory listing has three variants of the Mi Max 3- M1804E4C, M1804E4T, and M1804E4A. The model numbers in the listing are not matching with the Chinese 3C certification model number, so it’s safe to assume that the device in the 3C certification is a different Xiaomi smartphone because these model numbers are in-line with those of Mi Max 2 and Mi Max, reports telecomtalk.info.
According to the report, Mi Max 3 will have 6.9-inch Full HD+ display with 18:9 aspect ratio. There will be a 1.8GHz processor and the phablet would run on Snapdragon 636 SoC. The three variants will have three different RAM and storage.
As per TENAA listing, the M1804E4C variant would come with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. However, the M1804E4T and M1804E4A variants would project multiple storage options- 32GB, 64GB, 128GB along with 4GB & 6GB of RAM. On the software front, the phablet will have Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box.
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The new Mi Max 3 would come up with a 5400mAh battery. The phablet would likely sport a single rear camera though no confirmed information is there regarding the camera front and the primary sensor will likely be a 12MP unit. On the other hand, the selfie camera for the M1804E4C variant will have a 5MP shooter. However, the other two variants are likely to come with an 8MP shooter on the front.