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Xiaomi Mi Max 2 Review

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Xiaomi already revealed that it will soon launch it's new smartphone under flagship of mi max 2 which comes with 6.64 inch full hd lcd display,snapdragon 650 chip set and lot's more features.....


The Mi Max 2 comes with a 6.44-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) LCD display. The display looks very similar to the older version of Mi Max, but I had some issue with the previous one to begin. Colours look accurate and sunlight legibility is very excellent. At 342 PPI, text and icons looked sharp enough, considering that you won’t have hold it up close given its size. What has changed is the fitting and placement of the display that now makes it appear a lot more polished than before.


Firstly I appreciated that Mi Max has launch with a price of Rs 14,999 which is very budget friendly, the Prime variant did fall short because the plastic caps at the top and bottom really did not cut it for a mid-range handset priced at Rs 19,999.With the Mi Max 2, Xiaomi has worked on the same. Customers will now get an all-metal construction body that feels as good as it looks. It’s still huge, but the rounder edges and corners, make it look more appealing, instead of the previous version.

The plastic antenna gaps are colour-matched to perfection, making them almost indistinguishable from the metal body on the black model.The placement of the headphone jack remains identical to the previous model, but the infrared port has now moved to the center and gets a bit rounded to fit in with rest of the rounded metal body.

The rest of the buttons that include the volume rocker and the power/unlock button sit exactly as on the previous Mi Max, which is on the top right edge. Also available is the fingerprint scanner, that is once again, oddly placed on the top back end, which is still hard for your fingers to reach at fingerprint scanner.At The bottom it consists of two speaker grilles and a USB port, but this time around, Xiaomi upgraded it to a reversible USB Type-C port and before you grin, it also allows for fast charging that USP of a battery.

What’s new is the presence of two speakers instead of just one under the right speaker grille at it's bottom. The new Xiaomi Mi Max 2 still features one speaker at the bottom (under the right grille) but adds a second one at the top which I think just a more powerful receiver speaker used for calls. From my initial impressions, the output from the twin speaker setup is quite impressive and sounds rich with a proper stereo effect. It will be a great for gamers and those using the device as a portable media player.


The Xiaomi Mi Max 2 is indeed the first smartphone from the Chinese maker to arrive in India with a latest Android Nougat 7.1.1 in  the box. The software however is toned down and barely brings out any of the core features to the front. Users on other handsets stuck on Android Marshmallow i can surely be able to tell you the difference as not much has changed as older version.

Camera & Battery

Things have improved inn the camera as well. There’s a 12 MP at it's rear side with IMX386 sensor with large 1.25 µm pixels paired with an f/2.2 aperture lens setup. While the sensor size had dropped from 16 MP to 12 MP, the camera setup offers 4K video recording, along with standard Xiaomi software features and a dual tone dual LED flash. What i feel impressive, is how the engineers have removed the camera protrusion from the older Mi Max. The camera unit now sits flush with the rest of the surface with only uneven bit being the fingerprint reader. The front facing camera features a 5 MP sensor with an f/2.0 aperture.

The Xiaomi Mi Max 2 packs with a 5,300 mAh battery, which is quite an upgrade from the previous 4,850 mAh battery in the Mi Max. While it does add some weight (211 grams to be precise) to the device, the engineers have managed to keep the smartphone slim and not thick like other offerings in the market. More importantly, Xiaomi claims a 2-day battery life, in Day-to-day life usage.

Xiaomi comes with fast charging feature. The Mi Max 2 thankfully packs with Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0, which fills up 68 percent in just one hour, a commendable feat considering the mammoth task it has at hand.As for connectivity, i get the usual support for 4G+, 4G, 3G and 2G bands. There Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac (2.5/5G Wi-Fi), an infrared port, dual hybrid SIM slots and a USB Type-C port that supports fast charging.


Now Comes on my final part that it is best to buy smartphone or not.if i look to price it look some bit higher but after seeing their specification like Qualcomm's fast charging,snapdragon 650 and with a battery of 5,300 mah battery it look quite impressive and in my view you can go and buy this smartphone without any hesitate but it need some time before available in india so wait for some best packed feature smartphone.

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