Xiaomi has several Redmi and Mi phones and also Poco F2 to launch this year, then there's a foldable phone that the company is reportedly working on.
A hands-on video of an alleged Xiaomi foldable phone leaked on Thursday night and created a buzz on the internet.
The authenticity is yet to be confirmed, but the video has a perfectly working folding tablet which can be folded from other two sides into a small screen smartphone.
As Samsung gears up to make a million of its Infinity Flex foldable phones, it could be getting competition from Chinese phone and gadget maker Xiaomi.
The prolific leaker, Evan Blass earlier this week has brought forward a rather curious video that briefly showed an unknown foldable smartphone in action. Well, we say "regularly-sized" - it may be like holding a brick, we just can't say for sure from this poorly-lit, single-angle video.
Blass admits to being unsure whether or not this is genuinely a Xiaomi device if the product turns out to be real. After the tablet has been folded in the leaked video, it looks like a phone with a wide display.
After panning and zooming around a little bit, with Google Maps filling the entire screen, the user folds both the left and right side of the device behind the center display.
The FlexPai is rough around the edges but could be the world's first commercially available foldable tablet-phone.
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