Xiaomi’s tablet-sized Mi-Max 2 desperately wants to be a phone


I simply don’t get Xiaomi’s sales pitch for its Mi Max 2 – a 6.44-inch successor to its well-received ‘phablet’ from last year – in which it’s billed as a handset for just about anyone who wants great battery life. That last bit might be true, but why you’d want to use a larger-than-usual phone as your daily driver is beyond me. It doesn’t fit easily in your pocket, typing can prove challenging, and frankly, it makes you look ridiculous when you use it answer calls – like, Ajit Pai-with-his-giant-coffee-mug ridiculous. Instead, it seems like it could be put to…

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