More Chinese manufacturers are on their way to the US, though it’s still all for show at this point. ZTE has a full-page ad in the Wall Street Journal, while Huawei’s still holding off on whatever improvements it may or may not have for the Nexus 6P. More relevant to this week’s events, Meizu is said to be bringing the loudness over to Google I/O.

And now, we can count Xiaomi in. Global vice president Hugo Barra teased what the company had in store for San Francisco on Twitter.

The “remote” aspect of the image leads us to suspect some kind of Android TV product, but it’s too generic to truly make ends from odds.

The I/O keynote’s tomorrow.

Clarification: Xiaomi has also posted a teaser to its Twitter account.

Via: Android Central

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