Smartphone screens are getting bigger each day thanks to thinning bezels. If you need a smartphone that offers a large screen experience and a battery that can last beyond a day, the Xiaomi Mi Max series is an affordable tablet alternative that you could keep in your pocket at a squeeze. Now the Chinese smartphone maker is working on a new one and it will be their biggest one yet.
The Xiaomi Mi Max 2 is probably the best smartphone if you’re looking for a large smartphone with a huge battery. With its even larger 5,300mAh battery and a frugal Snapdragon 625 processor, Xiaomi says you can easily last 2 days on a single charge. It was launched about two weeks ago and now you can get your hands on one in Malaysia.
Xiaomi’s Mi Max was pretty interesting when it first launched. It was essentially a really big Redmi Note 3 and thanks to its gentle price point, users who wanted huge but reasonably powerful budget phablets had a device they could turn to.
Today, Xiaomi reveals the Mi Max’s successor. Simply called the Mi Max 2, the new handset is doubling down on battery life.
In conjunction with the upcoming 11.11 sales promotion on Lazada, Xiaomi Malaysia is introducing its new power bank along with two smartphone promotions. If you’ve been looking for a new power bank from Xiaomi, it is time to set your reminders for this Friday.
The Mi Max isn’t sold through the Malaysian Mi Store but you can get one outright without contract from Yes. This is Xiaomi’s largest phablet yet with a gigantic 6.44″ display.
If you’re looking for something big, the Xiaomi Mi Max is finally here in Malaysia. This is the largest Xiaomi smartphone yet and it comes with a massive 6.44″ full HD display.
Chinese smartphone company Xiaomi has released their first ever phablet smartphone — a 6.44-inch behemoth that dwarfs pretty much every other smartphone they have right now. Dubbed simply as the Mi Max, this handset is here to take your MIUI experience to the next level.
Launching alongside the Xiaomi Mi Max today is their latest iteration of MIUI. Their custom ROM not only looks more colourful than its predecessor but it gets a bunch of new features on top of performance fixes and brand new looks. Read on to find out what’s new with MIUI 8.
Barely a week away from their official event, images for the upcoming Xiaomi Mi Max phablet and Mi Band 2 have been leaked prior to its Beijing launch.