May 25, 2017 09:07 AM EDT
Xiaomi just launched its long-awaited handset Mi Max 2. The smartphone is thought to be released in the global handset market by the end of June this year. But just before its launch an individual surfaced some of the impressive details about the smartphone's specs and features. A prototype of Xiaomi Mi Max was flaunted on Geekbench 4.1 benchmarking recently, which revealed much about the technicalities of the smartphone.
According to GSMArena, Geekbench's listing suggests that Xiaomi Mi Max 2 would be powered by either Snapdragon 625 or 626 chipsets. The smartphone would boast 4 GB RAM. The handset would run with Android 7.1.1 operating system support. Earlier claims about the smartphone already made it clear that it would have Snapdragon 825 processing unit. But the new benchmarking pointed the handset with two options of Snapdragon 625 and 626 chipsets.
However, potential sources have now started conveying the idea that Xiaomi Mi Max 2 would be released in the market in two variants. The Geekbench has already pinched the model number of the smartphone with MSM8953.
The Android Soul pointed that the smartphone would sport some of the extraordinary range of specs. Xiaomi Mi Max 2 would have a 6.44-inch 1080p touchscreen display coupled with a 5 MP selfie clicker. The handset would be powered by a huge 5300 mAh battery. The rear snapper would come with a 12 MP sensor complemented with a 1.25μm pixel Sony IMX386 shooter and a dual Led flashlight setup.
Besides all these, Xiaomi Mi Max 2 comes with an all metal body finishing. This ensures superlative level protection from outer harms including a spectacular outlook of the smartphone. The price index of the handset has also been pointed. According to trustworthy sources, Xiaomi Mi Max 2's internal storage of 64 GB has been priced at 1699 Yuan. And the variant having 128 GB inbuilt memory comes with a price tag of 1999 Yuan.
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