Coming in quick after the leak of the Xiaomi Mi 6 “Sagit” on GFXBench, it seems specifications for the Xiaomi Mi Max 2 have been leaked as well. Appearing on GFXBench, the site refers to the device as the “Xiaomi Oxygen” and gives a brief overview of the hardware packed inside the device along with the sensor modules.
The successor to the budget phablet Mi Max handset is supposed to get a bump in all areas apart from the screen size which is to remain the same 6.4-inch full-HD (1080 x1920) panel as the original. On the hardware front, Xiaomi is using an unspecified Qualcomm octa-core CPU clocked @2.2GHz (supposedly the upcoming Snapdragon 660) coupled with an Adreno 506 GPU, 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB internal storage. For the cameras, the Mi Max 2 carries a 12-megapixel camera in the rear capable of 4K video recording, supporting auto-focus, touch focus, an LED-flash and face detection. The selfie snapper up-front is a 5-megapixel sensor. Just like the Mi 6 the Max 2 is running on MIUI 9.x which is a skinned flavour of Android, v.7.x, Nougat.
Curiously it seems the leaked device is a single-SIM unit and comes with accelerometer, barometer, an unspecified version of Bluetooth for tethering, a compass, GPS, gyroscope (so the camera is technically capable of panoramas), light-sensor, NFC and WiFi. That is about all we know about the device currently, stay tuned for more details to emerge in the coming days.
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