Although there is no launch date yet, the Mi Max 3 will likely be heading to Taiwan after launching in Mainland China. Proof comes from the device’ sighting at Taiwan’s NCC.
The listing reveals the model number of the Taiwanese version is M1804E4A which is the same as one of the models that surfaced on TENAA a few weeks ago.
While some sites have reported that this is the Mi Max 3 Pro, the TENAA specs prove otherwise. This model is powered by a 1.8GHz octa-core chipset which is definitely not the rumored Snapdragon 710 powering the Mi Max 3 Pro. The SD710 is clocked at 2.2GHz and the TENAA listing for the MI 8 SE shows that.
So until there is concrete proof the Mi Max 3 Pro exists, it is best not to raise your hopes. However, we are not ruling out the existence of a Pro version, seeing as the first gen Mi Max had a Prime version with more RAM, storage, and a slightly more powerful processor.