Xiaomi claims to have sold more than three million Mi Max, which has excellent feature big screen. The main selling point of the second version is a giant 5300mAh battery that the company claims will last for two days of charging.
The company claims that the device can charge up to 68 percent in one hour and its full capacity will give users up to 18 hours of video viewing time, or 57 hours of call time.
Mi Max 2 packs a unibody metal design and comes with the same size of 6.44 inches with its predecessor. The phone is available with 4GB of RAM with a choice of 64GB or 128GB storage. The 128GB version is priced slightly higher at RMB 1999.
This device packs a 12MP rear camera, with a five megapixel front camera, stereo speakers and fingerprint sensors. For processors, this device is supported by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 oktaacore 2.0 GHz chipset.
On the software side, MI UI supports a one-handed mode, while a separate screen version is planned to provide a multi-tasking option soon.
No word of when the international launch date, but given Mi Mi's early popularity, fans can hope there is a plan to sell this new version out of China soon.
The launch of Mi Max came right after Xiaomi launched its latest flagship, Mi 6, last month. As is known, this is a difficult time for the company, which is worth US $ 45 billion worth of investors in 2014.
In 2016, the company's competitors, Huawei, Vivo and Oppo were among the rising challengers with competitive mobile phones and a powerful offline distribution to surpass Xiaomi from number one position for smartphone sales in China.