It wasn’t long ago that we saw the Xiaomi Mi Max bring another edge to its mid-range offerings. Low cost, high impact. What could be better?

Well, we don’t know what this “markw” device could be, but the person that tested it on Geekbench purports for it to be a Xiaomi make. It seems to have 3GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 625 to put on some plain decent core scores. It’s a pretty capable chipset, but unfortunately, this isn’t the benchmark that gives much of anything away.

The most that we can expect out of this phone is a full HD resolution display as per chipset spec. Otherwise, there’s not much we can parse from, say, the design and price of the thing — much less the fact that it may publicly exist.

Source: Geekbench
Via: GSMArena

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