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Xiaomi has officially introduced the Mi Max 3 and Mi Band 3 in Malaysia

by Tarvin Gill

Xiaomi has officially introduced two new devices to the Malaysian market with the Mi Max 3 as well as the highly anticipated successor to the Mi Band 2, the Mi Band 3. The Mi Max 3 comes with a larger screen and battery, more powerful processor along improved cameras. The Mi Band 3 comes with a large OLED touchscreen, improved alerts and 50 meters of water resistance.

Mi Max 3

The Mi Max 3 now features a 5500mAh battery which will give you a standby time of 474 hours and it can become a power bank if needed. Other than that, it comes with a 6.9-inch display, 12MP+5MP cameras and the Snapdragon 636 processor. The company has claimed that the phone will offer 10-hours of non-stop gaming, 17 hours of local video streaming and 233 hours of music playback. If you do run out of battery, the phone supports Quick Charge 3.0 that will charge the phone from 0 to 71% in just one hour.

Mi Band 3

The Mi Band 3 comes with a 0.78-inch OLED screen which can now display messages other than just date, time and steps taken. It draws a lot of the design elements of the previous Mi Band with the exception of the new display. Navigation has also improved which allows users to swipe up and down to scroll through the menu items and left and right for more options. The indent at the bottom of the screen acts as a home button for activating addition features like clearing notifications or measuring heart rate. In addition to that, it features a built-in stopwatch, phone locating feature and independent vibrating alarm function that works even if your phone is turned off.

The Mi Max 3 comes in a 4GB+64GB configuration and will retail for RM1099 and the Mi Band 3 retails for RM129. Both products will be available at all Authorised Mi Stores, Lazada and Shopee starting 27 September 2018.

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