Xiaomi is innovating more and more with its accessories, such as the 100W wireless charger. Today one more accessory was seen in a Wireless Power Consortium certification, where Xiaomi’s New TWS Headphones were found and even had images revealed as you can see in the form below:
As you can see, the headphones were certified with model M20103E1 on August 18th with an in-ear design supporting Qi wireless charging under registration number 11618.
In terms of the design, the shared images with its certification, reveals a design with an oval box very similar to other alternatives that we see on the market such as the Huawei Freebuds Pro or the Oppo Enco X although, in this case, if we take a look at the headphones themselves, they differ quite a bit from these alternatives.
In them, we can see an in-ear design really similar to the Airpods Pro although, in this case, a small metal band has been added that is unknown if it will have any reason at the level of functionalities or if it will simply be an aesthetic addition to differentiate them from your competition.
Other interesting details that this record leaves us is that Xiaomi’s New TWS Headphones will arrive in a white finish in the absence of knowing if we will have other variants, they will have a small LED on the front to know the status of charging and pairing of the headphones and they will incorporate compatibility with Qi wireless charging.
For the rest, we do not know much more, not even to which range of headphones within the Xiaomi family it will belong. We will be attentive to any additional information that may arrive but, without a doubt, Xiaomi’s New TWS Headphones is a product that looks really good at the ergonomics and design level, we will have to wait to know if the rest of its specifications are at the level of what we expect from them.
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