Well, it appears that way.
The very well-known digital camera blog in Japan "Digicame-Info" says that the governmental organization in China, MIIT (Ministry of Industry and Information Technology) is in the process of registering Fujifilm X-Pro 2. Look at their article showing the location of MIIT's Excel file. (Japanese people are guessing the reason Fujifilm had to register this X-Pro 2 because of the WiFi or Bluetooth function etc because MIIT manages regulations for wireless, internet, etc.) So X-Pro 2 has WiFi, maybe GPS? Keep fingers crossed.
Digicame-Info excepts that Fujifilm's X-Pro 2 will come out sometime soon, like a few months or so. That's very exciting isn't it?
Why am I talking about this suddenly, while the blog of my website has been shut down for a while? Well, I had events in my personal life! I was getting married, and now we are preparing for our honeymoon. Meanwhile I noticed that "Oh well, I speak Japanese, I read Japanese, and there can be more people talking about updates from Japanese camera websites in English, why not?"
So here we come. I've been a fan of Fujifilm's mirrorless passage so far, and I considered X-Pro 1 as my main camera at one point as well. So this is exciting. After all I'm still with Nikon DSLR D610 though, I'm one of the conservatives when it comes to DSLR vs Mirrorless cameras. Don't get me wrong, mirrorless cameras have a place for me too, just I like to take my DSLR for REAL work like weddings, travels, etc. That's all.