Xiaomi has added yet another Bluetooth Headset to its wide-range of audio products available in China. The latest entrant is over-the-ear Mi Bluetooth Headset that’s claimed to offer ten hours of audio playback on a single charge. Not only the battery life, the Mi Bluetooth Headset also comes with excellent features for the asking price of 299 Yuan (approx. Rs 3,150). This new headset from Xiaomi uses Bluetooth v4.1 technology and has a 40mm dynamic driver to deliver an enhanced audio experience.
The Xiaomi Mi Bluetooth Headset has a generic design, much like other over-the-ear headphones. Xiaomi stated that the cushions are made of soft PU material while the headband is constructed out of silicone material. That said, the headset’s build might be delicate, but that’s alright for the asking price.
The headset also features various controls on the earpad, with which a user can pick & disconnect voice calls, control music playback and this time around, Xiaomi has added the functionality to activate the inbuilt voice assistant with the help of these buttons. Furthermore, users can control the volume levels on this headset with the small button placed on the bottom. There’s also another button to switch between the tracks on the go without looking at your smartphone.
Coming to the technical specifications, the all-new Mi Bluetooth Headset has a 400mAh battery, and as mentioned, Xiaomi claims 10 hours of battery life on a single charge. The frequency range is between 20Hz and 20kHz. They even feature 40mm dynamic driver and Xiaomi included a dual-mic for noise reduction in the headset.
Lastly, the Xiaomi Mi Bluetooth Headset is priced at just 299 Yuan, which converts to a price of Rs 3,150. As of now, Xiaomi unveiled only the black colour variant which can be picked up from Xiaomi Mi Mall. Pre-orders for the headset has begun already with the shipping date being June 1. Xiaomi might launch this new model in India very soon.
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