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Xiaomi announces the monstrous Mi Max 2 with a 6.44″ screen, 5300mAh battery

Xiaomi announces the monstrous Mi Max 2 with a 6.44″ screen, 5300mAh battery, and Nougat

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Xiaomi is already off to a good start for 2017. The Mi 6 was unveiled a month ago, and now the Chinese manufacturer is back with a successor the last year’s Mi Max. Pushing the limits of what one could call a “phone,” the Mi Max 2 packs in a massive screen with a huge battery to match. And since this is Xiaomi we’re talking about here, affordability is also of the package.

The hallmark features of the Mi Max 2 are, of course, the screen size and battery. Say what you will about MIUI, but its optimizations really push the limits of how long a battery can last. Xiaomi claims that the Mi Max 2 sports a “two-day” battery — something I do not doubt considering my experience with the company’s other devices.

The singular color option is a bummer if you don’t like gold, but it’s good to see this phone launch with Nougat. Anyway, you can get all of this starting at RMB 1699 (~$248 USD) for the 64GB/4GB version or RMB 1999 (~$292 USD) for the 128GB/4GB model. However, the June 1 launch date is limited to China; global availability is unknown at this point.

SPECS

Screen 6.44″ FHD
Software Android 7.x Nougat; MIUI 9
SoC Snapdragon 625
RAM 4GB, 3GB
Storage 64GB/128GB, expandable via microSD
Cameras 12MP IMX386 rear, 8MP wide-angle front
Battery 5,300mAh; Quick Charge 3.0
Misc USB Type-C, fingerprint sensor, IR blaster, stereo speakers
Measurements 174.1 x 88.7 x 7.6mm; 211 g
Colors Gold,Silver,Black,White

Some tech websites reports that it comes with only 4gb RAM but we confirms that it will also have 3gb ram version because we decode to make you update.

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