Smartphone companies often base their product decisions on what buyers want, and Xiaomi is no different, but sometimes we can look at the questions brands are asking to see what direction their phones are going in. With that in mind, a new survey shows changes that might hit Xiaomi phones in the future.
This survey was sent out to some Xiaomi users via the phones’ Mi Browser web app, as spotted by Reddit users of the r/Xiaomi subreddit.
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