While we may not meet the Mi Band 2 at the May 10 event, we are definitely going to see Xiaomi’s first true phablet in the market called as the Xiaomi Max. Most of the specs of the device have already been leaked, which has painted a pretty decent picture of the phone. Now, pictures of the Xiaomi Max certified by the TENAA website have started circulating online, giving us a good view of the front as well as the back of the device.
We have already seen the front of the device in multiple instances, one via the teaser video released by the company and another via the images leaked yesterday. Till now, we haven’t really got a good look at the back of the device. But now, we have that image as well. TENAA images reveal that the phone will come with a metal body and fingerprint sensor at the back of the Max. In fact, this seems like an enlarged version of the Redmi Note 3 smartphone. This isn’t a bad thing considering we all liked the metal design of the mid-ranger. We can find the Mi branding at the back of the phone as well as the camera sensor and the dual tone LED flash on the top left corner.
Coming to the front, we already know how it will look thanks to previous leaks. The sensors on top are placed symmetrically. The bezels are thin, although there will be thin black borders around the screen as confirmed by yesterday’s images. Below the screen, there will be three capacitive buttons as well. Given that the design is the same as the one leaked before, there is a good chance that this is indeed the Xiaomi Max phablet.
As for the specs, the phone is said to come with a large 6.4-inch 1080p display, with Snapdragon 650 hexa-core chipset, 4500mAh battery and a price tag of 1299 Yuan ($200). You can read more about the specs of the Xiaomi Max from here.