Xiaomi Mi Max 3 Pro with Snapdragon 710, 6 GB RAM & 128 GB of Storage Appears in New Leak

by Anvinraj Valiyathara 0

Recently, the upcoming Xiaomi Mi Max 3 was spotted on TENAA with its entire specifications. The listing had revealed that it features an octa-core processor that clocks at 1.8 GHz. Since then the rumor mill has been speculating that it may feature the Snapdragon 636 that also powers the Redmi Note 5 Pro handset. However, multiple rumors have been claimed that there could be an advanced Mi Max 3 model that will be fueled by the Snapdragon 710 SoC. A leaked screenshot that seems to show the official listing of a device named Xiaomi Mi Max Pro 3 has surfaced. It reveals the alleged Mi Max 3 Pro could be featuring the Snapdragon 710 SoC.

The screengrab shows that the Mi Max 3 Pro is fitted with a 6.9-inch display. The Snapdragon 710 SoC is assisted by 6 GB of RAM. The handset includes an inbuilt storage of 128 GB. It receives power from a behemoth battery of 5,400mAh capacity.

The image of the phone reveals that the Mi Max Pro 3 will be arriving with a vertical dual camera setup. It will feature Sony IMX363 as the primary sensor.  It is the very same camera sensor that can be found on flagship phones like the Mi MIX 2S and Mi 8. The handset is also equipped with stereo speakers. The color variants of the Mi Max 3 Pro are Black and Gold.

As far as the design of the Mi Max Pro 3 is concerned, it matches with the images that had surfaced through its TENAA listing. A fingerprint scanner can be seen residing with the vertical dual camera setup on the back panel of the smartphone.

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Xiaomi has already confirmed that the Mi Max 3 Pro will be officially announced in July. However, there is no information available on the exact launch date. Xiao AI, the voice assistant from Xiaomi has recently revealed that the company will be announcing a new product on July 3. Could it be launching the Mi Max 3 and Max 3 Pro on July 3? It is advisable to wait for further reports to confirm on the launch date of Mi Max 2’s successor.

Since the authenticity of the above image could not be confirmed, it is recommended to digest this report with a grain of salt.

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