Mi Max 3 Pro sighted on Qualcomm’s website


Inspite of earlier reports and leaks towards the existence of a Mi Max 3 Pro version, there were no signs of the handset at the Mi Max 3 launch event, not even an official statement. However, after the launch, the “Mi Max 3 Pro” moniker was seen on Qualcomm’s website in the list of Snapdragon 710-fueled devices. The list was considerably short with the Vivo Nex and the Mi 8 SE also making an appearance.

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This is solid proof of the existence of the device. The only question is, why would Xiaomi not even issue a statement over it at the Mi Max 3 launch event. Well, the answers are not known for now. To reiterate the finding, the handset was also found on some e-commerce portals like JD.com. If all this pans out to be true, the Mi Max 3 Pro could launch sooner rather than later.

The Mi Max 3 Pro doesn’t have any other major differences compared to the Mi Max 3 that was launched just last week. It is powered by the Snapdragon 636 which is no slouch either and starts at 1,699 Yuan ($250). Being a very popular device overseas, the Mi Max 3 is bound to go global in the coming months after an official statement.

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4 Comments

  1. Lt. Robert L. Freeman
    July 23, 2018

    MI MAX 3 PRO does it have wifi calling feature ??

  2. Christopher Straßer
    July 23, 2018

    Where exactly is this Qualcomm Website? None of the sites manage to link to it. They all link to a table at MyDrivers as their source, but that is not Qualcomm.

    • Alora Uy Guerrero
      July 23, 2018

      Exactly. I was going to write about it, but I looked for the info on both Qualcomm’s English and Chinese sites. Nada. None. Zilch. So I’m not writing this if there isn’t any proof.

    • Christopher Straßer
      July 23, 2018

      Write about it and tell what’s happening. I did that because a lot of sites (even large ones) now jump the bandwagon.