Xiaomi has an event scheduled for July 3 and there are speculations it may unveil the Mi Max 3 on that day. The device already appeared on TENAA baring all its specs. However, the price has been a mystery until now.
Earlier today, a screenshot surfaced online revealing the price of the Mi Max 3 as well as some of its specifications. The screenshot also shows the device and it is near identical to previous leaks.
The image reveals the Mi Max 3 will sell for ¥1699 (~$257). The specs listed on the image mentions the device has 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage which should get you excited.
The 4GB RAM + 64GB Mi Max 2 launched for the same ¥1699 price while the 4GB RAM + 128GB version had a ¥1999 (~$303) launch price. While it isn’t surprising that Xiaomi is keeping the price from last year, what is exciting is we are getting more RAM and double storage for that price. TENAA already revealed there will be 3GB RAM+ 32GB and 4GB RAM + 64GB models too.
Apart from the difference in RAM and ROM, both models will come with a 6.99” 18:9 display, the same processor said to be the Snapdragon 636, Sony IMX363 camera sensors with AI features, stereo speakers, and a 5500mAh battery.
There are also reports of a Mi Max 3 Pro which has a Snapdragon 710 processor, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.