Mi Active Noise Cancelling Wireless Earphones

Xiaomi is going to launch a new TWS product. Of course, its wireless headphones are not as popular as those of Apple, but this company and other China-based first-tier manufacturers have released a few quite competitive models. Today, an audio device named Mi Active Noise Cancelling Wireless Earphones appeared in the database of the Bluetooth certification organization. This simply means it will soon hit the market.

Mi Active Noise Cancelling Wireless Earphones

Certification data shows that this TWS true wireless headset supports Bluetooth 5.0 transmission, audio coding formats include SBC, AAC, and also obtained IPX4 waterproof certification.

The so-called Mi Active Noise Cancelling Wireless Earphones is expected to debut with a high-end new machine simultaneously. Though there is no sign of what a flagship device the source is talking about, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro Super-large Cup is a great option. The latter should hit the market in mid-to-late August.

Currently in Xiaomi Mall, there are many wireless Bluetooth headsets launched by Xiaomi and Redmi. However, the only one that belongs to the Xiaomi product line and supports noise reduction is the Xiaomi noise reduction collar Bluetooth headset. It uses Hybrid digital active noise reduction technology. The combined application of feed microphone and feed-back microphone can capture noise more comprehensively. By the way, this product is currently priced at 399 yuan ($57). So most likely, the upcoming model will be priced identically.

For true wireless noise reduction headphones, the chip solution and noise reduction algorithm are extremely important. So if a new product lacks these features, it won’t be competitive.

Argam Artashyan

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