Xiaomi Mi True Wireless Earphones could be the Chinese manufacturer’s answer to Apple AirPods. Earphones have recently been certified by the Bluetooth Special Interests Group (Bluetooth SIG) and the FCC. Precisely in this latter documentation, contrary to what usually happens, it turns out to be a very rich mine of juicy details including the design of the product.
Philosophically, the Xiaomi Mi True Wireless Earphones will look a lot like the Apple earphones, as well as all the products that fall into this category, such as the Huawei FreeBuds or the Samsung Gear IconX. In other words: they will have a rigid case that, in addition to providing convenient accommodation for transport, will allow the accessories to be charged on the move. The shape of the earphones is “stretched” just like in the Airpods, but the design is different: the product of Xiaomi has an in-ear design with silicone tips, which should ensure better insulation from external noise.
The user manual also reveals that the Xiaomi Mi True Wireless Earphones will have an LED indicator and a touch-sensitive surface that will allow the user to adjust the volume, answer calls or resume/stop playback. If the insulation provided by the design is not sufficient, the earphones also provide the function of active noise cancellation. It also emerges that the earphones can be fully recharged in one hour and that the case has a battery to guarantee 10 hours of use (of course not all below). In the package, there will be three tips of different sizes and a USB-A to USB-C charging cable.
We do not know exactly when the earphones will arrive on the market. Given that the FCC is the US, and since these certifications usually take place near the launch, we could hypothesize a presentation during the event in New York on December 8th, but it is clear that there is no concrete evidence to support this thesis.
Xiaomi has already entered the territory of so-called “true wireless” headsets, very recently, with the Mi AirDots Youth Edition. But they are a very cheap proposal (the equivalent of about $28). This new proposal seems to be on the upper end.
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