We recently saw two Mi Max 3 variants pass China’s certification agency, TENAA, last week. The two models, M1804E4A, M1804E4T, both bear similar specs, the former of which is considered as the Mi Max 3 Pro. The same handset has now been spotted at the NCC, in Taiwan, which confirms its global release as well.
As usual, the NCC approval doesn’t contain a wealth of info, but it does show details about the supported bands. In the case of the Mi Max 3 Pro, that would be 4G bands B1/B3/B7/B8/B38/B41. The Mi Max 3 has also recently passed the FCC in the US and MIIT that means a US launch is also on the cards.
Besides this new development, our latest encounter surrounding the Mi Max 3 was with its retail box. The box was published on Weibo by Xiaomi’s CEO, Lei Jun, that confirmed the arrival of the phablet.
As for the Mi Max 3 Pro, a recent leak revealed it would be coming with a Snapdragon 710 SoC while the standard Mi Max 3 would likely feature a Snapdragon 636. Otherwise, both phablets are the same in terms of other specifications. The duo will get a huge 6.9-inch Full-HD+ display this time around complemented by an equally huge 5,400mAh battery.
The Mi Max 3 Pro will probably feature 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage as revealed by an earlier listing. We’re expecting the handset to go official this month in China followed by a release in neighbouring India by August.