The Xiaomi Mi Max 3 will become official on July 19. But some people inside the company got so excited about this device that they put up a number of detailed images of the upcoming smartphone online.

This pictures came from Bin Lin himself, Xiaomi’s founder. The executive went to Weibo and posted a slew of official product photos of the Xiaomi Mi Max 3.


But the thing is, the post only confirmed what we already know about the device. In the previous leaks, we already got a peek on what the Mi Max 3 would look like.

As it turns out, the Xiaomi Mi Max 3 will really look very similar to the Redmi Note 5. Although it’s noticeably thinner and has more flawless edges and corners. Xiaomi also skipped the display notch on this thing, so expect a slightly thicker bezel on both the top and bottom.


Other than Bin Lin’s reveal, a live photo of the Mi Max 3 and its official retail packaging has also surfaced online, which gives us a more comprehensive look at its actual specs and features.

For one, there’s the gigantic 6.9-inches FHD+ screen. Xiaomi’s Mi Max line-up is known for their phablet form-factor, so this shouldn’t come as a surprise.

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And since this is an enormous device, Xiaomi was able to cram in an equally large 5,500mAh battery inside.


But at the end of the day, the Xiaomi Mi Max 3 is still meant for the midrange segment. Which is why we’re getting a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 octa-core processor with this device.

The leaked smartphone comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. It is most likely that the device will also come in other memory and storage configurations.

Moving on, the Xiaomi Mi Max 3 is going to have a 12-megapixel and 5-megapixel dual rear cameras, and will run on MIUI 9.6 that’s based on Android 8.1 Oreo. Since this is a new device, we can expect Xioami to deliver the MIUI 10 update once it becomes available later this year.

Well, it looks like we already know what there is to know about the Mi Max 3. We’ll just have to sit tight until July 19 when Xiaomi finally takes the wraps off on this device and learn more about its official pricing and availability.

Source: Bin Lin (Weibo), MyDrivers

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