Xiaomi Mi Max 3 unveiled unofficially by Founder

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The Mi Max 3 from Xiaomi is slated to release tomorrow. But that hasn’t deterred Lin Bin, the founder, from leaking the phone and its specs in all of its glory! Yesterday, he posted all the official renders of the smartphone and today we have the key specs of the device. It will sport the Snapdragon 636 and a 12 MP + 5 MP  Redmi Note 5 like dual camera.

Xiaomi Mi Max 3

On the 16th of July the 6.9″ LCD panel was teased by Xiaomi on Weibo. The post also said it would come with a 5500 mAh battery, which would be the largest ever in the series. The photos were leaked by insiders before, but now Lin Bin’s post has made it official.

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Leaked specs

The post also revealed that the Mi Max 3 will heavily implement AI. Now, this is mostly an Asus Zenfone like gimmick with everything tagged with AI, but it’s here. It will supposedly learn how to perfect background blur with time. The camera UI will also adapt to around 206 scenes too. On board the Mi Max 3 is Xiaomi’s new AI assistant also. Another feature that is commonplace now is Face Unlock via the 8 MP front shooter.

The official Xiaomi account isn’t far behind in revealing the rest of the specs. It will come with 4/6 GB of RAM and 64/128 GB of storage. The Mi Max 3 will be pretty aggressively priced too with it leaked as CNY 1_99. Even if it is CNY 1999, it equates to $ 298 or roughly INR 20,500.

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