Launched in July, the Xiaomi Mi Max has received an overwhelming response since its launch. The company revealed that till date it has shipped 15 Lakh units of Mi Max smartphones since its China launch two months back, analyst Kevin Wang reported via Weibo.
According to Wang, maximum of 3 Lakh units of similar large-sized smartphones was shipped in 2015. In addition Mi Max has broken few records along the way highlighting its popularity.
The Mi Max is a super slim phablet which flaunts a 6.44-inch display. It is just 7.5 mm thick and weighs 203g. The ultra-slim smartphone also features a 16-megapixel of rear camera with PDAF and LED Flash, which is clubbed with a fingerprint scanner at its back. While, it is fronted with a 5-megapixel of secondary image snapper.
The smartphone runs on MIUI7, however, the users will get MIUI 8 public beta update over-the-air, starting from July 11, the company said. While, the stable version will be rolled out on August 16. Mi Max, launched in China runs on MIUI 8 OS , which features improved design, power saving mode, better Notes App, a new Notifications bar, multi-window management mode for apps, advanced calculator and allows user to change filters with a tap, doodle on pictures, add stickers, and comes with advanced video-editing features.
The Xiaomi Mi Max handset is powered by Qualcomm 650 hexa-core processor which is coupled with 3GB of RAM. On storage front, the Xiaomi Mi Max comes with a 32GB of internal storage that comes with an expandability option up to 128GB by using a micro SD card.
The 4G LTE Xiaomi Mi Max smartphone supports dual-SIM connectivity besides Bluetooth, GLONASS, Wi-Fi and GPS/A-GPS as connectivity options.The handset is fueled with a 4850 mAh of non-removable battery.