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Xiaomi Mi AirDots are the Company’s First True-Wireless Earphones

Xiaomi Mi AirDots are the Company’s First True-Wireless Earphones

On a single charge headphones will last 4-5 hours, 12 hours, provide a charging case.

Starting off with the controls, they come with a touch sensitive zone which allows you to interact with the voice assistant, play or pause music, attend or reject a voice call or even mute an ongoing voice call just with a simple finger touch.

Like with most other Xiaomi products, the AirDots are unlikely to be available outside of China. Plus, the silicon tips will make them more secure in your ear while providing better sound isolation.

When kept inside the charging box, the headsets are turned off automatically and are instantly put on charging.

While Huawei's FreeBuds are unabashedly designed nearly identical to the Apple AirPods, Xioami's strategy is to simply associate with the stronger brand via its slightly confusing name.

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Xiaomi also brings Xiaomi AirDots Youth Edition that finally own True Wireless Headphones on the market - and there is one thing above all: Cheap.

These AirPods don't have any noise-canceling or water resistant technology.

The new Bluetooth 5.0 headphones will cost 199 Yuan at launch (around $28). Unfortunately, there is no confirmation from Xiaomi as to when its new products can be expected in the Indian or global markets. Rumors are circulating about the possibility of the company increasing its presence in the US. If this is the case, we can hope that the AirDots are on their way, as well.

The AirDots Youth Edition looks very similar to Apple AirPods apart from the name, as they come with a minimalist white design and a very small size with a number of surprising features.

Xiaomi also launched a new version of its Mi Notebook Laptop 15.6-inch model in China with the new eighth generation Core i3 processor. Let us know in the comments.