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Giant Xiaomi Mi Max 3 Lit Up on Video

Xiaomi Mi Max 3
Written by Hassan Abbas

Video recording confirms all the leaks about the design of the future giant smartphone from Xiaomi with a diagonal screen of 6.9 inches.

On YouTube, there was a video showing the yet unrepresented Mi Max 3. Apparently, the insider had little time to shoot, because the video lasts only 3 seconds. Nevertheless, the smartphone is visible from all sides: a thin frame around the screen (it looks like a display without a cutout), a fingerprint scanner on the rear panel and the main camera with vertically positioned modules.

Xiaomi Mi Max 3

Xiaomi Mi Max 3

The video captures a fairly large gadget – according to rumors, Mi Max 3 has a display with a diagonal of 6.9 inches. Realizing how big this screen is, Xiaomi equipped the smartphone with a capacious battery for 5,500 mAh (again, if the leakage is reliable). Judging by rumors, the smartphone has a place for a 3.5 mm headphone port.

If the information from the network is true, Xiaomi Mi Max 3 received the following characteristics:

  • 6.9-inch display with a resolution of 2160 × 1080 pixels;
  • RAM for 3, 4 or 6 GB (depending on the modification);
  • User memory for 32, 64 or 128 GB (depending on the modification);
  • Double main camera with 12 Mp matrix;
  • Front camera at 8 or 5 Mp (depending on the modification);
  • Battery for 5 500 mAh;
  • Dimensions: 176.15 × 87.4 × 7.99 mm;
  • Weight: 221 grams.

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Rumors about Mi Max 3 appear from the end of last year. Apparently, the agonizing expectation will soon come to an end: the video recording hints that the smartphone is being announced in the near future.

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Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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