The Xiaomi Mi Max 3 and Mi Band 3 are officially coming to Malaysia next week

Posted:  September 20, 2018   By:    8 comments   


Xiaomi Malaysia has announced the availability of the Mi Max 3 in our local market. It looks like a Redmi Note 5 with massive screen and battery. On top of that, the Chinese brand will also be bringing in the much-anticipated Mi Band 3. You can get these devices with official Xiaomi warranty as early as next week. 

Xiaomi Mi Max 3

The Mi Max 3 is a huge device that has a 6.9-inch Full HD+ display that pushes a resolution of 2160×1080 pixels in an 18:9 ratio. This device runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor alongside 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage that is expandable via a microSD card.  

Powering the device is a huge 5,500mAh battery which Xiaomi claims to last up to 17 hours of video streaming or 10 hours of gaming on a single charge. This device also supports Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 via a USB-C port. It can even act as a power bank itself with 5V/1.2A output. Included in the box is a 9V/2A charger that is capable of doing 0-71% in one hour. 

For taking pictures and recording videos, the Mi Max 3 sports a 12MP main shooter with Dual PDAF and a secondary 5MP shooter for depth of field effects. At the front, it has an 8MP selfie camera with a soft LED flashlight. For more details on this device, you can read our previous post here.

The Xiaomi Mi Max 3 is officially priced at RM1,099 and it will be available at all Authorised Mi Stores, Lazada and Shopee from 27th September 2018.

Xiaomi Mi Band 3

The Mi Band is a fitness band that has a larger 0.78-inch OLED display. This is an upgrade to its predecessor – Mi Band 2 that has a smaller 0.42-inch screen. Besides that, the Mi Band 3 is also equipped with a bigger 110 mAh battery, offering an improvement over its predecessor which only has a 70mAh battery instead. Xiaomi also added that the Mi Band 3 will offer up to 20 days of battery life.

For the first time in the Mi Band series, users are now able to take their Mi Band 3 for a swim, thanks to the 5 ATM water resistance. Other new features include a built-in stopwatch, a phone locating function, and an independent vibrating alarm function that works even when your smartphone is turned off. It also has a built-in heart-rate sensor. 

The Mi Band 3 is available at all Authorised Mi Stores, Lazada and Shopee for a retail price of RM129. It is also available on the 27th of September 2018.

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8 Comments for The Xiaomi Mi Max 3 and Mi Band 3 are officially coming to Malaysia next week

Mi band user

1st time mi band can go swim? Me using mi band 1&2 go swim everywhere no problem…

    Phelps

    f yeah, i was wondering why 1st time.. Have we been doing it wrong?

      Sekolah St Joseph

      5 ATM is better for swimming than IP67. If you swim in kiddy pool of cos your old mi band no problem.

    M.K

    LOL me too. Maybe the author means go to diving. 5ATM~50m deep of water.

Vicks

was a Mi band 1 owner.. no problem wearing while taking bath..and swimming too..
the only problem was.. it went missing after finished my swimming session..

stupid product.

#pembaris

Thanaraj Jaindren

Damn lazada really killed the mi3 retail market

M.K

"Mi Band 3 is also equipped with a bigger 110 mAh battery, offering an improvement over its predecessor which only has a 70mAh battery instead. Xiaomi also added that the Mi Band 3 will offer up to 20 days of battery life."

Mi Band 3 has bigger battery & bigger screen than Mi Band 2 but same battery life. It should be noted as well.

David

Why there is no Mi Max 3 (6GB RAM & 128GB Storage) model