At a media event in Beijing, Xiaomi unveiled the Mi Max, its largest phone yet. The phablet comes with a 6.44-inch Full HD display, Snapdragon 650/652 SoC, 4GB of RAM, up to 128GB storage, microSD slot, and a 4850mAh battery.
You also get a 16MP camera at the back with PDAF and a 5MP front camera with an 85-degree wide-angle lens, LTE, dual-SIM functionality, an IR blaster, and a fingerprint sensor at the back. The metal-bodied Mi Max has dimensions of 173.1 x 88.3 x 7.5mm, and will be available in gold, silver, and gray color variants. On the software side of things, the phone offers MIUI 8 out of the box.
The Snapdragon 650 variant of the Mi Max with 3GB RAM/32GB storage will retail in China for ¥1,499 ($229). The Snapdragon 652 version with 64GB internal memory and 3GB of RAM will be available for ¥1,699 ($260), and the model with 128GB storage and 4GB of RAM will retail for ¥1,999 ($305).