Xiaomi’s Mi Max is one of the highly anticipated devices from the Chinese company.
Set for launch on May 10 in worldwide markets, the company has just released teaser videos of the phone. Going by the rumors up until now, it is expected to come with a 6.44-inch screen with full HD resolution. Despite the 1080p display, the larger size of the screen means that Xiaomi Mi Max has a pixel density of 342 PPI. This may seem as an average number, but then the Xiaomi Mi Max is not expected to cost in the region of devices with more than 550 PPI.
The tablet will be at an affordable price, which will be revealed soon. Powered by a snapdragon 650 processor, the phone is expected to be quite comfortable running on the Android 6.0 out of the box. It is partly helped by sufficient amount of RAM, which maybe 2 GB in the case of models with 16 GB internal memory or it could be 3 GB in the case of phones with 32 GB of storage. This is more than plenty, even for power hungry games and it gets better with microSD card support for up to 200 GB. The processor is backed by Adreno 510 GPU.
A 16-megapixel camera in the rear seems sufficient for high-quality pictures while selfie lovers will be able to rejoice with the five-megapixel front camera. However, any details about the features of the front camera still remain hidden and they will be clear once the phone is launched officially. Just like many of the new phones launched, the Xiaomi Mi Max is expected to offer USB Type-C as standard. This will be a major advantage compared to the phones in the price point, which may be around $400. However, it still remains unclear whether Xiaomi Mi Max will be launched in the United States.
Up until now, Xiaomi has not had a major presence in the US markets. If the company was to come into this incredibly competitive field, it is likely that they will not do with a mid-range smartphone or a tablet like the Xiaomi Mi Max. Backed by Quick Charge 3.0, the phone’s battery is expected to get 83% charge in just 30 minutes. The size of the battery still remains unclear, but it needs to be large to support the larger display.
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