Even though the rumor mill had claimed there will be a Pro variant featuring Snapdragon 710 SoC for the Mi Max 3 handset. However, when the company had announced the smartphone last week, it did not reveal its SD710 variant which suggested that it does not exist. Today, the “Mi Max 3 Pro” moniker has been spotted with other Snapdragon 710 fueled smartphones such as Vivo NEX (lower version) and Xiaomi Mi 8 SE on Qualcomm’s website. This indicates that the Mi Max 3 Pro may exist.
Apart from the appearance of the Mi Max 3 Pro on Qualcomm’s website, its listing has been also found on some third-party retailers like JD.com in the home market. If the Pro variant exists for real, the Chinese manufacturer may release soon.
The Xiaomi Mi Max 3 is currently only available in China for buying. It features 6.99-inch FHD+ display, Snapdragon 636, 12 + 5 megapixel dual camera setup, 8-megapixel front camera and 5,500mAh battery. The 64 GB + 4 GB and 128 GB + 6 GB variants are respectively priced at 1,699 Yuan ($250) and 1,999 Yuan ($294). Xiaomi is yet to confirm on its availability in international markets.