Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi is prepping up to launch the company’s forthcoming mid-range phablet device Xiaomi Mi Max 3 smartphone later this month. The company CEO and other executives have already posted an image of the retail box of the device unit las day. Followingly, another leak popped up freshly, showing the display panel of the smartphone.
As you are aware of the series, the third generation device in Max lineup also comes with an expansive screen, with a dimension of over 6.5-inches. However, the new leak is one of our first looks towards the display panel of the smartphone specifically. Unlike the previous models, the company seems to follow the display aspect ratio trend of specifying it to 18:9, on the Mi Max 3. The side bezels are not yet visible, but we hope it is scraped down to the hairline thickness. The top and bottom bezels are the significant areas where we could see the plentiful difference, in contrast with the predecessor models. The topmost bezel sports the earpiece speaker, as well as the front-facing camera sensor. There could also be an LED flash unit for the selfie clicker.
Another snap came along shows the inner design of the display panel. This does not reveal much, but the rear structure looks as same as the one they used with the Mi Max 2, having same structure of circuits.
Xiaomi Mi Max 3 is anticipated to come with a 6.9-inch Full HD+ display, powered with Qualcomm’s latest mid-range Snapdragon 710 Chipset, clocked up to 2.2GHz. Also, the smartphone might carry at least 6GB of RAM onboard, along with 5,500mAh battery, say reports. The launch will be imminent in the Asian markets including China, India, at the price tag of approximately USD 255.
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