Xiaomi’s next major unveil in China will be the phablet Mi Max 3, but ahead of its release, the Mi Max 3′ specifications are making rounds on the web. Today’s leak is a new one and an interesting one too. The Mi Max 3, in the past, was said to come in two versions- the standard Mi Max 3 and the Mi Max 3 Pro. As always, the Pro will have slightly better specifications than the standard version. An image obtained by Slashleaks has now revealed the complete specifications of the Mi Max 3 Pro variant. As it rumoured earlier, the Mi Max 3 will have a Snapdragon 710 SoC, which is the latest and powerful upper mid-range chipset from Qualcomm.
Other specifications of the Mi Max 3 Pro include a 6.9-inch Full HD+ display on the front, Sony IMX363 primary sensor on the rear, 5400mAh battery and this variant will come with 6GB of RAM & 128GB of internal storage. Maybe the Max 3 Pro will be available only with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage option, while the standard Mi Max 3 could come in different RAM and storage options.
The standard Mi Max 3 is already rumoured to come in 4GB/6GB of RAM which could be paired with 64GB of internal storage. On the whole, the Mi Max 3 might be available in 4GB/64GB, 6GB/64GB of RAM variants and the Mi Max 3 Pro with 6GB/128GB of storage option. Also, the standard Mi Max 3 might be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 SoC, unlike the Snapdragon 710 SoC on the Mi Max 3 Pro.
Having said that, take this leak with a pinch of salt as in the past, Xiaomi was rumoured to launch ‘Pro’ and ‘Plus’ variants of its popular smartphones very often, but it never launched. For example, the Xiaomi Mi 8 was said to arrive in two variants- Mi 8 and a Mi 8 Plus variant, excluding the Mi 8 Explorer Edition. But only the Mi 8 was launched. So, there are fewer chances of the Mi Max 3 Pro’s arrival. Xiaomi is expected to launch the Mi Max 3 in July, but the launch date is yet to be revealed by the Chinese company.
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