Earlier today (8th July 2021), a Redmi officially shared a post on Weibo, a Chinese microblogging website, using an unknown Xiaomi product. While a few Weibo users speculated that it might be a new smartphone, but the official claimed that this is not the case.
The official in question is Wang Teng, the Product Director of the Chinese tech giant, who shared a post on Weibo using the unidentified Xiaomi device.
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