Barely a week away from their official event, images for the upcoming Xiaomi Mi Max phablet and Mi Band 2 have been leaked prior to its Beijing launch.
Slated to launch on May 10, the exceptionally large Mi Max is looking pretty huge in the flesh. Featuring a metal frame and capacitive buttons on its front face, the Xiaomi Mi Max will also be home to a 6.4″ 1080p display, a 16MP rear snapper and a 5MP front shooter. Under the hood you’ll find a Snapdragon 650 processor mated to 3GB RAM and 32GB storage. It hasn’t been mentioned yet if the phablet would be dual-SIM or have storage expansion via microSD card.
Also leaked is the Mi Band 2, which looks similar to the one shown off recently by the company’s CEO but seems to be slightly different. In any case, it looks very similar to its predecessor the original Mi Band, but it has the addition of a monochome display as well as a physical button on the right.
As for functions, the Mi Band 2 will have basic health tracking functions aside from well, telling the time. Like the original Mi Band it will probably come with a bunch of strap options too.
So far these are the details out about these two devices, when May 10 rolls around we’ll find out more, so stay tuned for more info as it comes.