When you’re talking about a value proposition, — even just on a hardware aspect — Xiaomi is probably one of the leaner, meaner players out there giving up the goods. Its Mi Max phones have put up good mechanics for a hard bargain.

And then we saw a Mi Max with 2GB of RAM on TENAA. And we had to wonder how much it would have to go for to be any good.


The answer? Xiaomi thinks it’s ¥1,199 ($179). It has 16GB of storage and is likely running a Snapdragon 650 on a 6.44-inch screen. The standard 3GB of RAM version goes for about $230.

2GB of RAM making it down into the $100 range sounds nice, but when will it creep to the double-digit borderline, standard?

Source: GizmoChina
Via: GSMArena

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