The upcoming Xiaomi Mi Max 3 leaked in a series of photos and videos -- suggesting that the company will deliver a mid-range phablet with a massive 6.9-inch display.

A photo claiming to show the Mi Max 3 show the phone’s specifications. (Picture: GizmoChina)

To get an idea of how big that is, both the iPhone X and Samsung Galaxy S9 have 5.8-inch displays.

GizomoChina reports that a photo purporting to be of the device’s “About” screen shows it will be powered by the Snapdragon 636 -- the same chipset that powers Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 5 Pro -- a clear step below the Snapdragon 845 found in the flagship Mi 8 series.

Those looking for something a little more powerful are in luck: There’s also speculation that a pro version -- powered by the more powerful Snapdragon 710 -- might also be released.

On the memory front, it comes with 4GB of RAM as well as 64GB of storage.

Camera wise, another leaked video shows it sporting a vertical dual-camera system on the back with a primary 12MP sensor and alongside a 5MP sensor -- in addition to a front-facing 5MP selfie camera.

The real standout for the device is its 5,500mAh battery -- the highest capacity yet for the Mi Max series.

There’s no word yet on price. But the phone’s predecessor the Mi Max 2 -- another giant phablet that was released last year -- cost around US$250.

The Mi Max 2 was released last year. (Picture: South China Morning Post)

Looking at the phones side by side, it looks like they’ve managed to reduce the bezels on the device to add extra space for the display (the Mi Max 2 had a 6.4-inch display).

As is the case with all leaks, none of this is confirmed, but the leaks do match with what Xiaomi’s marketing team have been teasing -- meaning there’s a good chance they are legit. We’ll find out for sure on July 19 when it’s finally unveiled.