Xiaomi has a habit of releasing several storage and RAM models of its smartphone and it looks like, with the announcement of the Mi Max, things are not going to be any different.
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If your memory serves you correctly, you will know that when Xiaomi previously announced its Mi Max, it featured a massive 6.4-inch display that gave it the advantage to sport a huge battery capacity.
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The phone will likely not be sold officially anywhere in the United States, or Europe, but phone geeks would still find it worth knowing about its existence. The Mi Max 2 may arrive in two variants with a screen size of 6.4-inch boasting resolution of 1080 * 1920 pixels.
At this point, it's probably worth mentioning the features of the predecessor Xiaomi Mi Max. The standard version will be powered by Snapdragon 626 processor, in contradictory to the earlier rumour which hinted towards the use of Snapdragon 625 SoC. Both the options will come with the unimetal body. We'll have to wait and see if Mi Max 2 actually makes it to the Indian market. The smartphone is rumoured to cost around 1,499 Yuan (approximately Rs 14,013), while the premium variant will come equipped with Snapdragon 660 processor and said to be priced at 1,699 Yuan (approximately Rs 15,883). Mi Max 2 is going to be the successor of the Mi Max which was launched a year ago. The rear camera is further supposed to be paired with Sony IMX378 sensor.
Different components incorporate a 5,000mAh battery, Android Nougat based MIUI, USB Type-C port, sound jack, NFC, Bluetooth and the various standard sensors, including Gyroscope. Stay tuned on Phone Radar for more details!