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Xiaomi has a basket of social media accounts to promote not just its brands, but its sub-brands as well. For example, as a lifestyles technology company, Xiaomi’s smartphone division gets its own Weibo page. Redmi has oneHuami, too.

But what does a Xiaomi Pro page mean for future releases? Could the Mi Note 2 actually be the first Xiaomi Pro? Vigilant screencappers caught the newly-sprouted page without any posts and, yet, with official Weibo verification on the account. It was hidden from the public shortly after reposts started landing on the feeds.

Where “2 > 5” might be irrelevant for a smartphone rumored to have 6GB of RAM, the overused “Pro” moniker may suffice. But we’ll believe it when we see it.

Source: Weibo (Search)
Via: PhoneArena

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