Just under 48 hours at the launch event of the new Xiaomi phablet, to be held in China 19 July. Mi Max 3 will land on the smartphone market scene involving the public with its huge display from 6,99 inches and a large one battery from 5500 mAh, but will also wring an eye on the design, which although compared to the previous generation is not revolutionized much will adopt reduced frames with form factor in 18: 9 and double vertical camera, oh yes, the traffic lights on the back. Today they were pofficially publish the images that show in all its splendor the Chinese phablet that will adopt a metal body with revolutionatio nano technology molding system, in order to best integrate the signal receiving antennas.
To internderci, Xiaomi Mi Max 3 will be the increased version of Mi 6X, and will be proposed in 3 colors including over the classic gold and black we will find a beautiful Deep blue. Xiaomi wants to emphasize that Mi Max 3 will have a titanic screen although ergonomics seem to be guaranteed as the battery life will be revolutionary. And the 6,99 inch screen in 18: 9 with Full HD resolution + 2160 x 1080 pixels will offer amultimedia experience out of the ordinary thanks also to the processing of the Snapdragon 636 CPU, up to 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage.
Xiaomi Mi Max 3 officially shows itself in some teasers
Even at the photographic industry level we would have nice surprises, thanks to a dual sensor from 12 + 5 megapixel, with Sony IMX363 main lens and 1,4 nm pixel surface with Dual PDAF autofocus support. So on paper le performance should be similar to what is seen on Mi Mix 2S and Mi 8, at least for the main optics. Xiaomi Mi Max 3 gives us an appointment at 7: 30 (local time) of the 19 July while sales will officially begin the 20 July 10 hours: 00 at the usual company channels and store partners like Jd.com. But perhaps we could also attend the chatted Xiaomi Mi Max 3 Pro, which should be powered by the Snapdragon 710 processor. Curious, right? Well we just have to wait for 2 days and start synchronizing the clocks for the event.