Ahead of the scheduled media event on Tuesday, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun has shared a few new teaser images showing off the company’s upcoming phablet.
The teaser images don’t really show us anything new as we have already seen multiple leaked shots of the device. The front panel is dominated by the large 6.44-inch display with minimal bezels on the sides. The bottom bezel houses three capacitive touch buttons, so no fingerprint sensor on the front. Instead, the fingerprint sensor will be positioned at the back of the device.
The Xiaomi Mi Max is going to be officially announced on the 10th of this month at an event in China. In terms of specs, the phablet is expected to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 650 chipset with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal memory.