We have previously told you about Xiaomi Mobile entering the Kenyan market. Back in China, the company has completely reshaped the smartphone market thanks a range of smartphones the company keeps unveiling.
When they launched in Kenya just the other month one of the most talked devices they brought in was the Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 which we also had a chance to review. You can read about the review here.
What most consumers are waiting is for them to unveil more devices in the market and we are expecting them to do that soon. As we do that one of the devices we should expect is the The 6.4-Inch Mi Max, Xiaomi’s biggest phone that is expected to be launched today, it’s actually one of the largest phones to be released this year.
The Mi Max is actually bigger that the iPhone 6S which has a screen size of 5.5.
So what features should we expect the Mi Max to come with?
Well, the phone features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 650/632 processor, up to 4GB RAM and 128 GB of space. It also boasts of a 16-megapixel camera, fingerprint sensor and 4850mAh battery that can support 14 hours of streaming video via Wi-Fi on a single charge, at least that is according to Xiaomi.
The phone is also launching with an update on Xiaomi’s Android-based operating system, MIUI 8.
We hope this is one of the devices Xiaomi will be launching in the country. As usual we will be keeping you posted about any news we get from them about this and any other devices they will be launching in the country.