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Xiaomi Mi Max prices in Philippines

The Xiaomi Mi Max is a smartphone that pushes the boundaries of what’s considered as “large”. Xiaomi puts a massive 6.44-inch display and a large 4850 mAh battery into the phone, letting you do more with more. Read more below!

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Xiaomi Mi Max Price by Country

CountryPrice
Hong Kong HKD 3,719
Indonesia IDR 1,827,000
Malaysia MYR 770
Philippines PHP 10,000
Singapore SGD 246
Thailand THB 9,111
Vietnam VND 2,950,000

About Xiaomi Mi Max Philippines

Xiaomi Mi Max Philippines

Go Big or Go Home

True to its name, the Xiaomi Mi Max really maximizes on both size and battery life. The Xiaomi Mi Max is an extra-large smartphone that errs closely into tablet territory. This is thanks to the massive 6.44-inch display on the front of the device; and as if the display isn’t already huge, Xiaomi has opted for capacitive buttons on the bottom chin of the smartphone, giving users a whole extra row of usability on the smartphone.

The large display boasts a Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels) that is crisp and clear, and also bright, making outdoor use under sunlight easy. The large display may difficult to handle at first for people who are not familiar with larger phones, but it does offer a larger screen real-estate that make watching video very enjoyable. Mobile games and other applications also take advantage of the larger screen by offering a much clearer view at texts and menu, so no more squinting at the display to see what is written on it.

Massive Battery Capacity

As stated, the large Full HD display on the Xiaomi Mi Max isn’t the only big thing. Xiaomi has managed to put in a massive 4850 battery capacity into the large and slim Mi Max body – it is their largest battery ever put into a Xiaomi smartphone too. Paired with the frugal Snapdragon 652 chipset, the Xiaomi Mi Max offers up to 10 hours of continuous video playback.

The battery will last most users well throughout a whole day and then more; some have even experienced an amazingly long 9 hours of screen on time with the Mi Max! Forget worrying about bringing your charger or power bank, the Mi Max will keep up with your productivity and entertainment on the go.

Maximum Power

The large Mi Max is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 processor, which is a rather impressive processor. It delivers great performance on every aspect of the smartphone, most users will be hard-pressed to notice the difference between the Mi Max and a more expensive flagship smartphone in the typical day-to-day usage.

MIUI 8 – Xiaomi Mi Max Philippines

Out of the box the Xiaomi Mi Max runs on Xiaomi’s very own custom version of Android, MIUI 7; an incredibly feature rich custom user interface for Xiaomi smartphones. However, MIUI 8 will also be made available on the Mi Max, bringing about large changes to the design of the user interface and many more features.

Expert Reviews

yugatech.com
Reviewed on 2016-06-27
Simple yet beautiful design, Large, crisp cdisplay, Great performance, Impressive battery life, Very affordableSize not for everyone
Phablets have become pretty common these days but due to their sheer size, not a lot of people will prefer them over regular smartphones that already have ample screen real estate.Then, there are the likes of the Xiaomi Mi Max that combines the best featu...
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tbreak.ae
Reviewed on 2017-02-02
Amazing Battery Life, Good Quality Speakers, Decent Camera, Incredible PriceDisplay struggles in sunlight, Cheap Build Quality, No Quick Charge 3.0 charger included
I have always liked using big phones, but I was caught completely by surprise when Xiaomi sent over the new Mi Max for review. It might just be the largest phone I have ever used. However, just how good is the AED 899 Mi Max? Here is our review on Xiaomi'...
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fudzilla.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-05
4850mAh battery, Good price/performance ratio, Reliable fingerprint scanner, Display quality (for this price range), Expandable storage16megapixel camera delivers unimpressive results, No stereo speakers, It's huge, Device flexes under pressure
What did you miss on the mobile front though? As it turns out, not much actually. Smartphone evolution has stalled and vendors are having a hard time coming up with truly groundbreaking products that deserve loads of attention. Xiaomi is one notable excep...
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ergohacks.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-29
Since smartphones were relaunched with the first iPhone the spent years where the accepted wisdom was that they'd get a little larger every model. Samsung launched their hugely popular Note line in 2011 at 5.3 and created the first Phablet – half way betw...
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stuff.tv/my/
Reviewed on 2016-11-02
MIUI 8 - actually kinda great, Insanely long battery life, The price is rightIt's got a big & bulky brute of a screen, The camera has a few niggles
TV junkies and mobile gamers can appreciate the appeal of a massive phone.A big screen is ideal for catching up on shows when there's not a bigger screen around - either because you can't be bothered to haul yourself up off the sofa to find the remote, or...
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stuff.tv
Reviewed on 2016-11-02
MIUI 8 - actually kinda great, Insanely long battery life, The price is rightIt's got a big & bulky brute of a screen, The camera has a few niggles
TV junkies and mobile gamers can appreciate the appeal of a massive phone.A big screen is ideal for catching up on shows when there's not a bigger screen around - either because you can't be bothered to haul yourself up off the sofa to find the remote, or...
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techsmart.co.za
Reviewed on 2016-11-01
Simple and clean design; Solidly constructed; Well priced6.44" frame can be unwieldily; Camera performance mixed
Few phablets are as big as the Mi Max from Xiaomi. At 6.44", there is more than enough screen real estate to put other phablets to shame. In fact, given its dimensions, the Mi Max is quite close to tablet territory, and as such serves up a number of multi...
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mensxp.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-29
Xiaomi's latest device the ‘Mi Max' comes in the form of a Phablet which has been launched with keeping a very different user base in mind. Amongst the clutter ever present in the Indian smartphone market, Xiaomi launched a 6.44-Inch phone that has paved...
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hardwarezone.com.my
Reviewed on 2016-09-23
Respectable performance, Display has good color and detail, Battery life deserving of the 'Max' monikerSize disallows for pocket storage or one-handed usage, Automatic screen brightness works intermittently
Remember when mobile phones first came around? They were the size of a bottle and the weighed as heavy as a brick, and this was clearly deemed a problem, as the trend went towards making phones as small and light as possible. Then came the smartphone that...
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straitstimes.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-21
The Mi Max is a truly gigantic phone that is heaven-sent for media junkies, but a slippery fish for anyone with average-sized hands.The phone has a gargantuan 6.44-inch screen. To put that in perspective, it is almost a full inch larger than the iPhone 7...
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digitalone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2016-09-21
The Mi Max is a truly gigantic phone that is heaven-sent for media junkies, but a slippery fish for anyone with average-sized hands. The phone has a gargantuan 6.44-inch screen. To put that in perspective, it is almost a full inch larger than the iPhone...
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techgoondu.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-17
PHOTO: Desmond KohXiaomi's fortunes have been on a decline , as the increasing sophistication of mainland Chinese consumers meant they are on the lookout for selling points beyond price.Enter the Mi Max, Xiaomi's attempt at catering to a (really) large sc...
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techspot.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-09
Powerful Snapdragon 650 SoC. Very affordable for what you get. Great metal build, fingerprint sensor and enormous battery. Huge display is perfect for mediaImpossible to use in one hand without the help of software. MIUI is a very heavy Android skin, and software updates are rare.
There are plenty of large phones to choose from these days: the iPhone 7 Plus, the Galaxy Note 7, the OnePlus 3, and many others that feature displays at least 5.5-inches in size, which can make them a bit cumbersome to use in one hand. But nothing compa...
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thetechy.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-17
Specs:How does it feel out of the box?Open the box to find a phone as large as its packaging and you know you are in for Max. The thought of slipping my SIM in a phone sporting a massive 6.44-inch display had me eager to test its usability in real life. R...
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mymobileindia.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-01
Price, Battery life, Good hardwareCamera, Bulky
Just when we thought that phones had got as big as they could have, Xiaomi have surprised us with the Mi Max, a phone that sports a massive 6.44 inch display, on top of some very good hardware. But does it herald the return of big phones to our lives?...
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neowin.net
Reviewed on 2016-07-30
Xiaomi launched the Mi Max in its home country of China back in May, but it has only now started making the device available in other markets such as India and Taiwan. The large screen 'phablet' was promoted heavily by the company on its Chinese social me...
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techraman.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-29
When Samsung launched the Galaxy Note back in 2011, the 5.3-inch display looked massive and many even ridiculed its size as impractical. Six years later, the 5.5-inch display is a comfortable size for many. So what would be the next BIG be? Many companies...
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mobigyaan.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-28
Display, Performance, Battery, MIUI, PriceCamera (during low light conditions)
Claiming to be the first company to popularise the ‘phablets' concept in the Indian market (despite Samsung being the first to introduce it), Xiaomi set out on a journey to capture the untouched market segment by offering smartphones which almost blank th...
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gogi.in
Reviewed on 2016-07-04
Xiaomi launched the Mi Max in India, price starts from Rs. 14,999 . This Mi Max review will give you ‘ the Max ' information that you would need to make a decision. It is a big smartphone (a Phablet), that is smaller than a tablet and slimmer than more sm...
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techtree.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-01
Lots of screen space, thin bezels, Great price, Fantastic battery life, Good performance, no heating, Light for its sizeDisappointing camera, Every app doesn't fit
There's no point complaining about the size of the Xiaomi Mi Max. It's in the name and in the plan. But let me do so for a moment.For smaller hands, this is a real wide device. And slippery. You need to put it in a case quickly, making sure it isn't addin...
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