Although the Mi Max 3 has been confirmed by Xiaomi officials, it is only now that the handset has actually appeared on China’s certification body, TENAA. The handset recently was alleged to have passed 3C China previously, but looking at the model numbers revealed today, it seems the 3C device was not the Mi Max 3.
TENAA has listed three variants that closely resemble traits of the Mi Max series. The three models are – M1804E4C, M1804E4T, and M1804E4A.
Mi Max 3 Specifications
The most distinguished traits of the phablet series are screen size and battery, as we know it. Likewise, the device listed today has a 6.9-inch Full-HD+ resolution along with an aspect ratio of 18:9. It has an octa-core processor that ticks at 1.8GHz. It could possibly be the Snapdragon 636 but that is not yet confirmed. The battery is also a mammoth 5,400mAh capacity and judging from screen size, it will be needed.
The three variants differ mainly in storage and RAM:
- M1804E4C variant – 4GB RAM + 64GB storage
- M1804E4T and M1804E4A variants – 32 GB storage + 3 GB RAM, 64 GB storage + 4 GB RAM and 128 GB storage + 6 GB RAM
The TENAA listing does not show a dual camera which is a bit of a let down considering we’ve been hearing about it thus far. The handset will possess a single 12MP shooter at the back and one of the models (M1804E4C) will get a 5MP selfie shooter while the others get 8MP. The handset will also be running Android 8.1 out of the box and will also have space for a microSD card slot.
Now that the TENAA listing has appeared, we’re inclined to say that the launch is near. No pictures have been released yet by TENAA, but we’ll see them soon.