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Xiaomi to bring its first truly wireless earphones to India alongside Mi 10: What we know

Xiaomi is going to launch its Mi 10 smartphone on May 8. It has now announced that it will also be launching its first truly wireless earphones along with it. Here's everything we know about the product so far.

By: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Updated: May 6, 2020 12:15:11 pm
Xiaomi, Mi True Wireless Earphones 2, Xiaomi truly wireless earphones, Xiaomi truly wireless earphones India launch, Buy Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 in India Xiaomi already sells its Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 in various markets, priced at Euro 80 (approximately Rs 6,600). (Image: Xiaomi India/Twitter)

Xiaomi is finally going to launch its highly anticipated Mi 10 in India on May 8. The company will also bring its first truly wireless earphones to the country. Although the brand hasn’t confirmed the name of the earphones it is highly likely to be the Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 that is already available in China and European markets.

The launch announcement tweet includes a video that shows the earphones inside a charging case, with the lid slightly opened. The company did not reveal the product’s name but in the video, they resemble the Mi True Wireless Earphones 2.

Xiaomi already sells Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 in various markets priced at Euro 80 (approximately Rs 6,600). The India pricing is expected to be comparatively lower, which will help the product compete with other truly wireless earbuds available in the country including the Realme Buds Air, which are priced at Rs 3,999.

Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 sport an Apple AirPods like design that sits inside the ear. Some of the key features of the product are Bluetooth 5.0 support, 14.2mm drivers, support for smart voice assistants like Google Assistant and Siri.

Also Read: Xiaomi Mi 10 too complex to be made in India; import duties and GST will increase pricing: Manu Jain

The device runs the LHDC Bluetooth codec, which is similar to Qualcomm’s aptX and Sony’s LDAC Bluetooth codecs.

Xiaomi India Managing Director Manu Jain in a video conference with the press on Monday said that the Mi 10 will be an expensive device compared to other products because of complex components and flagship-level features. He told indianexpress.com that the Mi 10 will be completely imported since the components cannot be developed in India.

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