And while we wait for the Xiaomi Mi Max 2 to be officially unveilled tomorrow (?) there are some leaksters over at Weibo posting images such these and make our life even better 😉
So if we are to believe what these leaks suggest, then the Mi Max 2 and its huge 5,349 mAh battery will be able to power other devices and charge other gadgets, using the well-known reverse charging feature that several Chinese smartphones already use these days. Obviously this hasn’t been confirmed so all we have at this time is this pair of images showing a Mi Max 2 charging and iPhone model – but beware because we cannot see the entire charging cord in order to be certain about it.
The latest rumors say that the device will be powered by a Qualcom Snapdragon 626 SoC, packing 4GB of RAM and an internal memory of 128GB. It will retain its 6,44 inch full HD display, along with a 12MP main camera and a front facing selfie shooter with 5MPixels resolution.
The most awaited model is expected to pack a massive 5349 mAh battery, 4G/LTE support, a 3.5mm headset jack, a USB Type-C port, an IR blaster and full metal metal build. According to information it won’t be available anywhere else except from China but we’re hoping this is wrong, because we’d like to get our hands on it here in Europe, as well!