Xiaomi has launched it’s latest Wireless earphone, dubbed as Mi Bluetooth Earphones Line Free Edition. This Wireless Bluetooth earphone with collar design launched along with Mi 10 Youth Edition and MIUI 12 in China.
Mi Bluetooth Earphones Line Free Edition
The Line Free Edition earphone is powered by QCC5125 flagship chipset, which supports Qualcomm aptX Adaptive low latency technology of as low as 80ms. This chipset allows this earphone to automatically adjusts between providing the best quality audio or lower latency streaming based on the audio content that is being played.
Not just that, it features Qualcomm cVc noise cancellation technology for accurate speech recognition even in very challenging acoustic environments. The earphone comes with a built-in microphone, which lets you take calls and access voice assistants. It sports Bluetooth v5.0, and the 100mAh battery offers up to 9 hours of playback and charges in 1 hour via USB Type-C
In addition to that, the Mi Bluetooth Earphones Line Free Edition has a collar design, which, according to the company, is made of soft skin-friendly rubber that is flexible but no slippery. It comes with a magnetic design that lets you turn off the earphones just by attaching the headphones together.
Mi Bluetooth Earphones Line Free Specifications
- Powered by QC5125 low-power chipset for aptX Adaptive for 80ms low latency
- Qualcomm cVc noise cancellation technology
- Bluetooth v5.0
- Built-in microphone
- Voice assistant lets you take calls, navigate and play music
- Magnetic design that enables you to turn it off just by attaching the headphones together
- 100mAh battery offers up to 9 hours of playback, 200 hours standby, charges in 1 hour via USB Type-C
- Weight: 25g
The Xiaomi Mi Bluetooth Earphones Line Free Edition comes in Black and White colors. It is priced at 199 Yuan (~US$ 28 / Rs. 2,130) and will be available in China from April 27.
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