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Xiaomi skips the 13 series, Xiaomi 14 is to be released soon! [Updated: Confirmed to be fake]

Xiaomi offers a wide selection of products, ranging from budget phones to high end models. Following the release of the Xiaomi 12 and Xiaomi 12S series, It was thought that Xiaomi could surprise everyone and release Xiaomi 14 instead of Xiaomi 13.

A short while before the next flagship Xiaomi phone is officially announced, some websites have already started to share rumors on “Xiaomi 13”.

Even though the market name is not quite clear yet, Xiaomi’s upcoming flagship device will soon be unveiled. Each year, either at the start of the year or the end, Xiaomi releases its flagship models. For example, Mi 10 and Xiaomi 11 were launched globally on February. The phones debut in China firstly then goes global.

Xiaomi 14’s Fake Images

Xiaomi 14 appeared in photos published on China’s famous forum CoolAPK. In the images, the screenshot of the Xiaomi 14’s box and about the phone was seen. However, the latest statement from Xiaomi official confirmed that this is not true. The new series that will come soon will have the name Xiaomi 13.

 

Here is the official statement about Xiaomi 14: From 11 o’clock last night to this afternoon, everyone was spreading the picture of Mi 14. I didn’t want to say anything at first, thinking that everyone always has a pair of discerning eyes to distinguish the facts, and there is no need to refute rumors. Unfortunately, there are still various interpretations. So much so that I have to explain this matter separately. As of now, we have no plan to change the name of the product model. The Mi 13 series will be released normally. Can we turn the page?

With this statement, it has been confirmed that the Xiaomi 13 series will be introduced soon. Such a possibility was considered when Xiaomi was referred to as the Apple of China. However, it turns out that the thinking is wrong. So what do you think about this news? Do not forget to express your opinions.

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