Xiaomi Mi Max 3 Will Be Coming With 5500mah Battery, 18:9 Screen & Wireless Charging
Now that the Xiaomi had launched the successors of Redmi Note 4 which is Redmi Note 5 and one more higher variant Redmi Note 5 Pro which really looks like the real upgrade to Redmi Note 4. Now it’s the time for the follow-up to Mi Max 2 Smartphone.
Along with Redmi Note series companies Mi Max series also have been quite popular in India for the larger display and bigger battery which actually last for two days and in some case one and half day with really heavy usage.
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Xiaomi Mi Max 3 Specification and Features
Mi Max 3 is said to be featuring 18:9 aspect ration display as we already have seen that xiaomi had started to launch its new smartphone in this ratio by launching Redmi 5, Redmi 5 Plus, Redmi Note 5 and Redmi Note 5 Pro. The exact screen size is not conformed but it is rumored by a Chinese web site that there will be 7-inches display in upcoming Mi Max 3.
This smartphone will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 Octa-Core Processor and it will also have an Adreno 512 GPU.
Coming towards the next thing that is battery which always have been the highlight of this series. As rumored the Xiaomi is going to include a massive 5500mAh battery in the upcoming Mi Max 3 smartphone, which will be actually 200mAh higher than the old version Mi Max 2.
This is not all. Last day some leaks came out which says that along with biggers 18:9 aspect ratio screen and bigger battery the new upcoming Mi Max 3 will also be featuring wireless charging support. They also claimed that this smartphone will also have iris scanner and the smartphone will be running on android oreo 8.1 out of the box.
Among other specs, the upcoming Mi Max 3 will have IR blaster, dual SIM support, and microSD card slot, there will be also LED notification light.
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