China-based smartphone vendor Xiaomi has been committed to providing users with feature-rich smartphones at an affordable price point. The successor to the Mi Max 2
is the Mi Max 3, and the device comes with decent improvements. The Xiaomi Mi Max 3 flaunts a metal unibody design which is similar to its predecessor and also comes with a rear-mounted fingerprint reader which the company claims can unlock the device in less than 0.5 seconds. Also, owing to its big screen, the device can safely be concluded as a phablet.
One of the impressive features of the Mi Max 3 is its big battery
which is touted to last for more than a day even with heavy usage. The device is expected to fulfil all battery related grudges that consumers hold in most mid-range smartphones. It is fuelled by a non-removable Li-Po 5,500mAh cell. And that's not all; the giant battery also has support for fast charging via Quick Charge 3.0.