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XIAOMI MI MAX 3 – Everything You Need to Know About This Phone (Releasing Date)

Mi Max 3 is perhaps the most anticipated smart phone of 2018, which is speculated to launch in July 2018.

An emerging force to be reckoned with in the Indian Smartphone industry, China based smart phone vendor Xiaomi has won the hearts of millions of Indians with their affordable smart phones that offer the complete package when it comes to performance issues or camera quality. Successor to Mi Max 2, Mi Max 3 is perhaps the most anticipated smart phone of 2018, which is speculated to launch in July 2018.

Already in the limelight even before its launch, the phone is set to have a price of approximately Rs. 17999 in India for its 64GB variant. It comes in multiple color options like Gold, Matte Black and perhaps many more that haven’t been revealed yet. Enabling flawless performance, the phone offers 3/4/6GB RAM and a 2.2GHz octa-core Snapdragon 660 processor making your phone usage as smooth as possible with multiple apps running in the background.

For all mid-range smart phone consumers who complain about battery drainage, the Mi Max 3 is the answer to all of their problems. Armed with a 5500mAh non-removable Li-Po battery, its supposed to last for more than a day even with heavy usage. It also offers fast charging with Quick Charge 3.0.

Like its predecessor Mi Max 2, it comes in a similar design with a 7 inch IPS display and HD resolution and a 18:9 screen – making it the best fit for watching movies and videos in perfect clarity. It also comes with a 12 MP rear and 5MP front camera.

The phone is likely to be launched with Android 8.0 Oreo under the proprietary MIUI 9. It offers dual sim support with 4G and Volte networks.

 

 

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