The Xiaomi Mi max may be a twin SIM (GSM and GSM) smartphone that accepts Micro-SIM and Nano-SIM propertychoices embrace Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, FM, 3G, 4G (with support for Band forty employed by some LTE networks in India). Sensors on the phone embrace Proximity detector, close light-weight detector, measuring system, and rotating mechanism.
The Xiaomi Mi Max runs Android 6.0.1 and is powered by a 4850mAh non removable battery. It measures 173.10 x 88.30 x 7.50 (height x width x thickness) and weighs 203.00 grams.
The Mi Max is a well-crafted device. The front is Gorilla Glass 4 with a slight bevel at the edge. From here, the transition to the beveled metal sides of the phone is not perfectly smooth, but it offers plenty of grip.
The sides of the back are more rounded, which improves comfort in the hand. There's subtle texture on the back that's just enough to improve traction (as metal phones tend to be slippery).
The front of the big phone is very symmetrical. Around the earpiece are two circles - a 5MP selfie camera on the right and a proximity sensor on the left. The notification light is invisible when it's off.
The 1080p resolution is enough to secure a pixel density of 342ppi, which is high enough to qualify as Retina-grade and above. QHD would have been nice, but still, the image is sharp enough even for small, thin type.
We were worried about the brightness, but as it turns out, it's pretty much par for the course. Compared to some other 6" devices, the only one that stands out is the Galaxy A9 on Auto brightness, where it enjoys a brightness overdrive in extra bright conditions. The AMOLED-packing Oppo R7 Plus, on the other hand, was darker.
The Xiaomi Mi Max is a dual-SIM phone with LTE connectivity. One card is nanoSIM the other micro and the slot is a hybrid solution The IR blaster is located at the top of the phone and, coupled with the right software, you can use it to remotely control pretty much any IR controlled home appliance. Xiaomi provides its own MiRemote app, which supports a long list of devices right out of the box.
The microUSB 2.0 port on the bottom is a bit of a surprise, considering Xiaomi has been moving up to Type-C for a while now. Still, the port supports USB On-The-Go if you need to access some external storage or use a USB accessory.
The massive 4,850mAh battery of the Xiaomi Mi Max matches its larger-than-life demeanor. With a reasonable screen and chipset, it's set to be a champ.
The Endurance rating works out to 108 hours, you'd be hard pressed to find a device that lasts longer. Even adding a second SIM doesn't have a huge impact, dropping to 102h Endurance.