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New real photos of the Xiaomi Mi Max 3 with a large screen

The next Xiaomi is filtered again: real photos of the Xiaomi Mi Max 3

He Xiaomi Mi Max 3 will be one of the next devices presented by Xiaomi. This range of terminals offers a large all-screen design. On this occasion, we are talking about a terminal that will arrive at 6’9 inch screen, without notch and with aspect resolution of 18: 9. It will have a dual rear camera with a 12 MP main lens and a 5 MP secondary lens and 5,500 mAh battery. This is deduced from the following video, in which you can see the design of the terminal on all sides.

As you have seen thanks to the video, the design of the Xiaomi Mi Max 3 it is very classic. It adheres to Xiaomi standards, without offering any really remarkable novelty on a visual level. Looking at the rear area allows you to see that the dual camera is vertical, as in many recent devices; and that it will have a fingerprint sensor in the rear area, which rules out the fingerprint sensor under the screen that does have the Xiaomi Mi 8 Explorer Edition.

If we look at this other image with the device on, we see MIUI in action. Little else is worth noting here: we have a front panel with curved corners and the latest version of MIUI. The wallpaper is in the style of those that we can see in promotional posters of the iPhone X a tactic many companies are using lately.

real photographs of the Xiaomi Mi Max 3

The last image simply allows a closer look at the lower area to highlight the frameless design once again. The truth is that we are facing a phablet in good condition, a huge terminal of almost 7 inches and a large battery that will delight many. It is expected to use a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 as the main processor, along with 6 or 8 GB of RAM and 64, 128 or 256 GB of internal storage that can be increased with the use of micro SD cards. For his part, Xiaomi Mi Max 3 Pro It would be a superior version of this device that would use the same Snapdragon 710 that the Xiaomi Mi 8 SE. It is very likely that both devices will be presented before the end of the summer, perhaps together with the Xiaomi Mi A2.

What we do know are the different prices and versions, something you can check at the following link: