After launching the Mi 8 and Mi 8 SE, we are aware of the fact that Xiaomi is prepping for yet another mid-range smartphone, which is expected to debut as the Mi Max 3. The handset is in the news from the past couple of months and it now appears the launch seems to be inching closer. Well, before we have a look at Mi Max 3, the higher-end model of this device has now emerged, dubbed the Mi Max 3 Pro. The Weibo tipster has brought this handset to limelight along with its specifications, with the details seemingly taken directly from Xiaomi’s official website.
Going by the details seen in the image above, we can see that the Mi Max 3 Pro is going to come with a taller 6.9-inch display that might have an 18:9 aspect ratio. As rumoured earlier, the phone is said to be powered by an octa-core 710 SoC as seen in the above image. The smartphone might pack 6GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage. Along with the internal memory, we also can expect the device to offer expandable storage expansion via a microSD card slot. On the software front, the device might ship with Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box. Furthermore, we can see that the Chinese text highlights the presence of dual stereo speakers. Apart from these, we can see that the phone is sporting a dual camera setup on the back, with the primary sensor likely being Sony’s IMX363.
The image also confirms that the Mi Max 3 Pro will pack a massive 5400mAh battery that no doubt will have fast charging support. However, if we look at the earlier rumoured specs of the Mi Max 3, it was said to pack a massive 6000mAh battery. The Mi Max 3 TENAA listing had also confirmed that the phablet will pack a 6000mAh capacity battery. The handset will ship in two colour options: Black and Gold. Though the standard Mi Max 3 has been certified by TENAA in the last week, we are yet to see the above mentioned Pro model getting the prior certification.
As far as the launch of both these phablets is concerned, Xiaomi might announce this duo in July, considering the fact that their key details have started emerging online. For now, we recommend you to stay tuned with us, as we will provide you with more updates if Xiaomi schedules an event in China for the launch of these handsets.