Xiaomi Mi Max leaked ahead of official launch on May 10

As we know this month is going to be super excited for
Xiaomi fans as Xiaomi is hosting an event on May 10 in Beijing, China, where it
will be taking wraps off the new Mi Max phablet with 6.4-inch display, the
next-gen Mi Band 2 fitness tracker with a display and the revamped MIUI 8 too.

Now, ahead of the official unveiling, photos of the Xiaomi
Mi Max phablet have surfaced online. New render pic is showing us the thin
metal body and puts the real dimensions of the phone in perspective against a
computer keyboard so the 6.4-inch size just looks really massive.
This pic is different from the previous leak. In the new pic you can see clearly no big Home
button at all only the classical three capacitative buttons so that would also
mean the end of speculations about the front based fingerprint scanner and
additional to that this model design based upon MI note not Xiaomi Mi 5.

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The frame of the phone is made out of metal and from the
antenna lines seen near the bottom of the back cover, it looks like the device will
feature a metal body. The leaked photo also reveals the metal frame and SIM or
microSD card tray on the top right edge. Just above the screen, you have the
front-facing camera module, the earpiece and the proximity and ambient light

 As for the specs, the
Xiaomi Max phablet is expected to come in two variants, one with 2GB RAM + 16GB
ROM and another with 3GB RAM + 32GB ROM.
There should be the hexa-core Snapdragon 650 chipset inside. Also, the screen
size is expected to be of 6.4-inches with 1080p resolution. With a 16-megapixel
rear camera and a 5-megapixel front-facing unit, the phablet is likely to run
Android 6.0 Marshmallow based MIUI 8 out-of-the-box. The Mi Max will also be a
completely new product line, different from its existing Mi and Redmi devices
As per pricing it is said to be very cheap at around 1299
Yuan (Rs 13,000 [$196]) all we have to wait for mega appealing on May 10 in

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