Mi Max 3 Pro with Snapdragon 710 onboard spotted online
Another day, another Xiaomi device. Over the past two months or so, the company has released half a dozen devices across the budget and mid-range segments. Yet another Xiaomi device has been spotted in the wild, this time one powered by the new Snapdragon 710.
The device is the Mi Max 3—or a Pro version of it, in any case. Word of the Mi Max 3 has floated around the grapevine for a while, and we already have confirmation from Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun that the phablet will be launched sometime next month. This device also wasn't spotted on some random page, but on Xiaomi's official website, so it's as good as official.
According to the source, the Mi Max 3 Pro is listed with 6 GB of RAM, 128 GB of storage, and a Snapdragon 710. It sports a 6.9-inch display, a dual rear camera setup—one of which will be a Sony IMX363 sensor, and a 5400 mAh battery. Most of this has been known for a while now, but it's always good to get confirmation.
The base Mi Max 3 is expected to keep most of the features listed above but will replace the Snapdragon 710 with either a Snapdragon 636 or 660, and also come with less storage.
Going by the listing, the Mi Max 3 Pro will be available in Black and Gold.