Xiaomi will be holding an unveil event by the end of this month. A variety of new products such as Xiaomi Mi 7, Mi 8th Anniversary Edition and Mi Band 3 is expected to debut at the event. Xiaomi fans are also eagerly waiting for the arrival of Mi Max 3. Last year, the Mi Max 2 was announced in May. Hence, people are eagerly waiting for arrival of Mi Max 3. Today, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun has confirmed through Weibo that the Xiaomi Mi Max 3 is not ready, and it won’t be showcased at the Shenzhen event. However, he has said that the successor Mi Max 2 may get official in July.
There is no official information available on the specs and features of the Mi Max 3. However, it is expected that the phablet would be arriving with a full screen design and dual rear cameras. Some of its speculated features include 5,500mAh mammoth battery that Quick Charge 3.0. It may come with support for wireless charging.
The base model may feature Snapdragon 636, 3 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage whereas the higher variant may come equipped with Snapdragon 660, 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. As far as the display of the phone is concerned, it may feature a 6.99-inch FHD+ screen. Its dual rear cameras may include Sony IMX363 as its primary sensor or it may include Samsung S5K217 and S5K5E8 sensors. The frontside of the phone may feature Samsung S6K4H7 or OmniVision OV2281.