The Xiaomi Mi Max 3 has been recently approved by TENAA. Rumors have it that the smartphone could be fueled by Snapdragon 636. However, it is speculated that there could be a higher variant of the phone that may feature the Snapdragon 710 SoC. A leaked screenshot that seems to be the listing of Mi Max 3 Pro on the official website has revealed some of its key specs. The listing reveals that the handset is powered by Snapdragon 710 SoC.
As it can be seen in the below image, the appearance of the Mi Max 3 Pro resembles with the TENAA images of the phone. At the launch event of Mi 8, Xiaomi had introduced the Mi 8 SE as the first Snapdragon 710 chipset powered smartphone. The leaked image reveals that the Mi Max 3 Pro could be the next SD710 phone from the firm.
The Mi Max 3 Pro features a 6.99-inch display, a massive 5,400mAh capacity battery, dual camera with Sony IMX363 as primary sensor, stereo speakers, 128 GB of storage and 6 GB of RAM. The handset will be arriving in colors like Black and Gold.
It was recently revealed through Xiaomi’s Xiao AI voice assistant that the company will be introducing a new product on July 3. In May, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun had said that the Mi Max 3 will be made official in July. Hence, there is a possibility that the July 3 launch event could be used to unleash the Mi Max 3 and Max 3 Pro.
The above image could be fake. Hence, it is advisable to take this report with a grain of salt.