Xiaomi Mi Max ManualFrom The Xiaomi Mi Max Manual has a 16 mega-pixel rear camera, 5 mega-pixel front facing camera, and features an IR blaster which is becoming an increasingly popular feature. Other than that, the Mi Max has 3GB and 4GB RAM variants, with storages varying between 32, 64 and 128GB. The fingerprint scanner on the Mi Max sits on the rear, akin to the Redmi Note 3, Xiaomi Mi 5, Mi 5 Pro.
Mi Max Specifications
the largest handset with a large 6.44” display, is powered by a snapdragon processor and houses a 4850mAh battery. More on Mi Max specifications.
- 6.44" large immersive display
- 4850mAh all-day battery
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 650/652
- 4GB RAM +128GB Flash + 128GB MicroSD (other memory versions avail)
- 16MP PDAF and 5MP cameras
- 7.5mm ultra-thin metal body, weighs 203g
- Fingerprint recognition
- 4G Dual SIM
Xiaomi Mi Max Price
As for the Mi Max pricing, the three variants have been priced as below:
3GB RAM/32GB, Snapdragon 650: 1499 Yuan / $230
3GB RAM/64GB, Snapdragon 652: 1699 Yuan / $260
4GB RAM/128GB, Snapdragon 652: 1999 Yuan / $306
Xiaomi Mi Max colors
The phone will be available in Silver, Gold and Light Gray colour variants. The phone will go on sale 17th May.
Xiaomi has always been fairly aggressive in bringing about changes to its MIUI software. This is partly the reason why a lot of Xiaomi phones take time to get to the newest version of Android; the company likes to ‘bake’ the features into its ROM. MIUI 7 was all about the 2015 design philosophy – flat, blurred and colourful. MIUI 8 is set to bring a change to that, hopefully a fresh and new one. From what Xiaomi have to share about MIUI 8, it seems as though there’ll be a ‘symmetric’ aspect to the up and coming iteration of the ROM.
For starters, Xiaomi’s MIUI 8 teasers come with the following: A WORD about colors, about mirrors and more. I’m not quite sure what that means, while I hope it isn’t just a bad Chinese to English translation from their presentation material. Anyway, Xiaomi reveal that MIUI 8 will feature stock apps with a fresh design. While this can be expected of any new iteration, it is nice to get a glimpse before the actual ROM starts seeding.
Take a look at the Xiaomi MI Max App below:
Most importantly Xiaomi Mi Max features, it seems as though the very popular (and honestly, effective) notification area is set to get a major revamp. The toggles will now appear on the same page as the notification (as opposed to being on a different page, one swipe away) which might remind some of Samsung’s TouchWiz.
Xiaomi Mi Max Faster With MIUI 8
For example, you’ll now be able to edit pictures and video right from MIUI.
Another new feature is the ‘long screenshot’ mode, which allows you to take screenshots of entire webpages as opposed to just what you see on the screen. All stock apps have been redesigned – no surprise here. MIUI camera will also recognise text inside pictures besides just Barcodes and QR codes.
Xiaomi Mi Max Multi windowMulti window support: Some apps (including WeChat, QQ, etc.) will now support multi window to make better use of the screen real estate. Meizu introduced a similar feature in Flyme 5. The Mi 2/2S/3/4/4C/5/Max/Redmi Note and the Xiaomi Note Pro will be eligible for MIUI 8 updates.
Xiaomi Mi Max Manual PDF
MIUI 8 will start seeding 17th June, exactly a month after the Xiaomi Mi Max first goes on sale.