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Remember when, in 2011, the original Samsung Galaxy Note was considered huge with its 5.3" touchscreen? Those were the days. Irony aside, Xiaomi's Mi Max 3 brings a 6.9-inch display to the table, basically bordering on what used to be small tablet territory. 

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Remember when, in 2011, the original Samsung Galaxy Note was considered huge with its 5.3" touchscreen? Those were the days. Irony aside, Xiaomi's Mi Max 3 brings a 6.9-inch display to the table, basically bordering on what used to be small tablet territory. Those are definitely not a thing anymore, and big smartphones like this one are part of the reason why.

Anyway, the Mi Max 3 modernizes the formula of its predecessors, with its 18:9 screen. It also packs an even bigger battery - 5,500 mAh this time. Find out everything you need to know about it in our sweet and short video review embedded below.

Now, if you need even more specific details about the Mi Max 3, including how it fared in all of our lab tests, don't miss our in-depth written review of the phone.Remember when, in 2011, the original Samsung Galaxy Note was considered huge with its 5.3" touchscreen? Those were the days. Irony aside, Xiaomi's Mi Max 3 brings a 6.9-inch display to the table, basically bordering on what used to be small tablet territory. Those are definitely not a thing anymore, and big smartphones like this one are part of the reason why.

Anyway, the Mi Max 3 modernizes the formula of its predecessors, with its 18:9 screen. It also packs an even bigger battery - 5,500 mAh this time. Find out everything you need to know about it in our sweet and short video review embedded below.

Now, if you need even more specific details about the Mi Max 3, including how it fared in all of our lab tests, don'tRemember when, in 2011, the original Samsung Galaxy Note was considered huge with its 5.3" touchscreen? Those were the days. Irony aside, Xiaomi's Mi Max 3 brings a 6.9-inch display to the table, basically bordering on what used to be small tablet territory. Those are definitely not a thing anymore, and big smartphones like this one are part of the reason why.

Anyway, the Mi Max 3 modernizes the formula of its predecessors, with its 18:9 screen. It also packs an even bigger battery - 5,500 mAh this time. Find out everything you need to know about it in our sweet and short video review embedded below.

Now, if you need even more specific details about the Mi Max 3, including how it fared in all of our lab tests, don't miss our in-depth written review of the phone.Remember when, in 2011, the original Samsung Galaxy Note was considered huge with its 5.3" touchscreen? Those were the days. Irony aside, Xiaomi's Mi Max 3 brings a 6.9-inch display to the table, basically bordering on what used to be small tablet territory. Those are definitely not a thing anymore, and big smartphones like this one are part of the reason why.

Anyway, the Mi Max 3 modernizes the formula of its predecessors, with its 18:9 screen. It also packs an even bigger battery - 5,500 mAh this time. Find out everything you need to know about it in our sweet and short video review embedded below.

Now, if you need even more specific details about the Mi Max 3, including how it fared in all of our lab tests, don't
Remember when, in 2011, the original Samsung Galaxy Note was considered huge with its 5.3" touchscreen? Those were the days. Irony aside, Xiaomi's Mi Max 3 brings a 6.9-inch display to the table, basically bordering on what used to be small tablet territory. Those are definitely not a thing anymore, and big smartphones like this one are part of the reason why.

Anyway, the Mi Max 3 modernizes the formula of its predecessors, with its 18:9 screen. It also packs an even bigger battery - 5,500 mAh this time. Find out everything you need to know about it in our sweet and short video review embedded below.

Now, if you need even more specific details about the Mi Max 3, including how it fared in all of our lab tests, don't miss our in-depth written review of the phone.Remember when, in 2011, the original Samsung Galaxy Note was considered huge with its 5.3" touchscreen? Those were the days. Irony aside, Xiaomi's Mi Max 3 brings a 6.9-inch display to the table, basically bordering on what used to be small tablet territory. Those are definitely not a thing anymore, and big smartphones like this one are part of the reason why.

Anyway, the Mi Max 3 modernizes the formula of its predecessors, with its 18:9 screen. It also packs an even bigger battery - 5,500 mAh this time. Find out everything you need to know about it in our sweet and short video review embedded below.

Now, if you need even more specific details about the Mi Max 3, including how it fared in all of our lab tests, don't

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