Xiaomi has continued to consistently deliver a ‘Mi Max’ phone in the dwindling phablet segment. Xiaomi launched the Mi Max 2 back in June in India and it appears that the Mi Max 3 will take its ‘phablet’ tag up a notch.
According to a report, the Mi Max 3 will feature a 7-inch display, considerably larger than the 6.44-inch screen we’ve seen on the Mi Max 2. Accompanying the large display will be an 18:9 panel with minimal bezels around the display to bring down the overall size of the phablet.
The Mi Max 3 is also rumoured to have a dual-camera setup at the back. Powering the device would be a 5500mAh battery which is larger than the 5300 mAh battery found on the Mi Max 2. Similar to its predecessor, the Mi Max 3 will also feature QuickCharge 3.0.
There are no details about the RAM and storage combination as of now. But, looking at the previous generations of the Max series, the Mi Max 3 could have the 3GB or 5GB of RAM along with 32GB or 64GB of onboard storage. The phablet might be offered in two variants, a base variant powered by the Snapdragon 630, and a high-end variant with the Snapdragon 660 chipset under the hood.
Xiaomi is expected to price the Mi Max 3 similar;y to the Mi Max 2. So, expect a price tag of under Rs. 15000.