Xiaomi Mi Max 3 is one of the most anticipates smartphones of this year. The smartphone succeeds the Xiaomi Mi Max 2 which had a bezel-less design on three sides. Now a report suggests the smartphone will provide a choice between Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 and 630 chipsets and wireless charging. Previously, a leaked report suggested that the phablet will sport a 7-inch display with 18:9 aspect ratio, a 5,500 mAh battery and dual camera setup.
This new information is reported by the folks at XDA-Developers who found it in strings part of the firmware code of the MIUI Keyguard API. The lines “Wireless Charging has stopped” and the other lines found will appear when the smartphone will be placed on a wireless charging plate. Interestingly, an image has surfaced on the web showing how the Mi Max 3 should be positioned. The image depicts only a visual image of the smartphone and not an actual one.
As for the dual cameras, there are not many options to choose from in a smartphone of this size. There is either a Sony IMX363 sensor or a Samsung S5K217+ S5K5E8 camera setup. As for the front, there will be an S5K4H7 camera sensor paired with an iris scanner currently available only in the Galaxy series devices. The Chinese smartphone manufacturer aims to make a smartphone that can be unlocked by just looking while sitting on s wireless charging pad. Other specs of the upcoming Mi Max 3 includes dual SIM card, dual SD card slot, IR blaster, notification lights, audio tuning by Direct, Qualcomm aptX and aptX HD Bluetooth, dual speakers and something called a front “remosic” sensor.
The smartphone is expected to be unveiled at the MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2018 scheduled to be held in Barcelona, Spain at the end of this month.