Xiaomi Mi Max Review : Price and Specifications in Nepal

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Xiaomi Mi Max Review, Price in Nepal? As of lately, a few cell phone producers have presented additional huge cell phones, including the Samsung Galaxy A9, Huawei P8 Max etc. While leading cell phones like the Samsung Galaxy S7 and HTC 10 have drifted around 5.2″ for showcase size, Xiaomi has disregarded this pattern altogether for their first humongous cell phone: the Xiaomi Mi Max.

Xiaomi Mi Max ReviewXiaomi Mi Max Highlights:

  • XIAOMI MI MAX has Android OS v6.0 Marshmallow 
  • 7.55 mm in thickness, it weighs around 200 grams

  • 32/64GB storage, microSD card slot

  • It’s 6.44″ in size with 1080×1920 pixels resolution 

  • 16MP camera with 2160p recording 

  • 4GB of RAM
  • 4850mAh Li-Ion battery 

With a 6.44″ showcase, the Mi Max is much bigger than what numerous would consider ordinary. Strangely, Xiaomi is situating the Mi Max as a moderate mid-range gadget.

Quick Specifications:

Chip Qualcomm MSM8956 Snapdragon 650
Qualcomm MSM8976 Snapdragon 652
Camera 16 MP autofocus with dual LED flash || 5 MP secondary camera
Resolutions 1080 x 1920 pixels
Sensors accelerometer, proximity sensor, fingerprint sensor, gyro sensor, compass sensor
Internal Memory 32/64 GB, 3 GB RAM

128 GB, 4 GB RAM (Currently not available in Nepal)

 Sim/SD Card Dual sim /microSD expandable up to 256 GB (SIM 1 slot)

Design:

Xiaomi has shockingly upgraded the capacity after the Redmi Note 3  in MI MAX, but, figured out how to by one means or another keep its inward extents – bigness and weight – under control. It weighs just, on the off chance that you can say simply here, 203 grams and measures only 7.5 mm. Mind you, it additionally has an enormous 4,850mAh battery inside. It’s a monster that is shockingly super light on its feet.

While there is nothing especially energizing about the design of MI MAX. Mi Max’s aluminum construction does give a premium look and feel. There’s likewise a couple outline viewpoints which make the Mi Max less hard to hold.   Tts side tapers on the back and the nicely placed fingerprint reader and power button.

Display:

The presentation itself looks entirely great; it has great review points and precise shading propagation. The 1080P determination appears somewhat low at this size, regardless of the possibility that it implied at a marginally higher cost. Daylight clarity could utilize some work, keeping in mind the lessened differentiation daylight mode helps. All things considered credit to Xiaomi for including Corning Gorilla Glass 4, something that we don’t regularly see at this value point.

In short, the display is nothing extraordinary or breathtaking but can compare to MI4 and MI4. They have worked well with the colors in this phone, though.

Software, performance, and Battery: 

MI MAX consists of MIUI7 along with 6.0.1 Marshmallow. The software might feel a little bloated. And those who do not prefer stock android might prefer MIUI7. The MIUI 8 upgrade will soon be available on this phone.

Xiaomi’s Mi Max is fueled by a 1.8GHz Hexa-center Qualcomm Snapdragon 650 processor, clubbed with Adreno 510 GPU and 3GB of RAM. It accompanies 32GB of onboard memory which is further expandable by means of a microSD half and half card opening. The dualSIM (nano+micro) telephone underpins 4G LTE network without an NFC. That is fundamentally the same design that is inside the top-end Redmi Note 3 variation.

The Mi Max is upheld by a 4,850mAh battery which is non-removable. The Redmi Note 3 took our breath away off with its enduring battery. The Mi Max is far and away superior. The battery just beyond words this one. Great utilization saw us drawing near to an entire day.

Camera: 

The Xiaomi Mi Max is furnished with an exceptionally able 16 MP f/2.0 back camera with a double LED streak. Subsequent to investigating the example pictures, it appears that the Mi Max’s camera is one of the best we’ve seen at this value point. Pictures turned out sharp and itemized with outwardly satisfying shading proliferation and extraordinary element range.

The selfies shot by the front camera are of average quality.

Conviction: 

MI MAX is a bigger bulkier version of RedMi Note3. It being too big can be the major turn off for most but it being bigger also might provide a decent touch experience with people with giant fingers. If you are into phablet sized phone, go and buy it. And for rest of you who are looking for a little smaller phone than this, RedMi Note3 will do the trick.

PRICE RS.34,999

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