Xiaomi Mi Super Bass Wireless Headphones With 20 Hours Battery Life Launched in India for Rs 1,799

The Mi Super Bass Wireless Headphones, as the name itself suggests, are aimed at the bass lovers as it comes with 40mm Dynamic driver

Highlights
  • Xiaomi says the Mi Super Bass Wireless Headphones will offer 20 hours of battery life
  • The Mi Super Bass Wireless Headphones already available for purchase at Rs 1,799

Last week, Xiaomi announced that the Mi Super Bass Wireless Headphones would be going on sale in India starting July 15 during Amazon Prime Day sale. However, the Chinese company did not reveal the price back then. Today, the Amazon Prime Day sale has started and the Mi Super Bass Wireless Headphones are now available for purchase on Amazon India and Mi.com online stores for just Rs 1,799. The Mi Super Bass Wireless Headphones, as the name itself suggests, are aimed at the bass lovers as it comes with 40mm Dynamic driver. These new headphones from Xiaomi can be used both in both wired and wireless forms. It has Bluetooth 5.0 support, voice control feature and the company is promising 20 hours of battery life with the product.

Xiaomi Mi Super Bass Wireless Headphones: Features and Specifications

There are two signature features of Xiaomi Mi Super Bass Wireless Headphones. Firstly, the product comes with a battery life promise of 20 hours as it features a 400mAh battery unit underneath. According to Xiaomi, users can listen to 300 songs on a single charge wirelessly. Second, the headphones feature a 40mm dynamic driver that delivers deep and impactful bass. Aforesaid, users can connect to the headphones wirelessly via Bluetooth 5.0, which is something very rare to see on wireless headphones in this price range.

The ear muffs are crafted with soundproof PU material for those who want to listen to music on the go. The headphones also come with an adjustable head beam and elastic shafts to rotate the earmuffs. There’s voice control support which allows users to change music and even attend voice calls.

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The Mi Super Bass Wireless Headphones can be used both wired and wirelessly, and it supports all the smartphones besides Xiaomi phones. The headphones weigh 150 grams. Bluetooth range of these headphones is 10m and they can be charged using the Micro USB port. Xiaomi says the headphones can take up to two hours to fully charge, which is something users might find annoying.

Xiaomi Mi Super Bass Wireless Headphones: Pricing and Availablity in India

The Mi Super Bass Wireless Headphones has been launched in two colour options- Black and Red & Black and Gold. The price of the headphones is Rs 1,799 and they can be purchased via Amazon India and Mi.com. The MRP of the product is listed as Rs 2,199 on both Mi.com and Amazon India, but it’s currently available with 18% discount for Rs 1,799.

In other news, Xiaomi India is currently selling several smartphones with massive discounts. The popular Mi A2 is selling at just Rs 8,999 during the Amazon Prime Day sale and the Redmi Y3 is also available with Rs 1,000 discount at Rs 8,999 for the first time. Several other smartphones are also available for purchase at discounted rates.

Will you purchase the newly launched Xiaomi Mi Super Bass Wireless Headphones? Let us know in the comments section below.

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Chakri is a go-to guy for your next smartphone recommendation. Back in his engineering days, he used to play with smartphones by installing custom ROMs and that passion got him into the tech industry. He still goes nuts about a smartphone knocking his door for review. Currently managing everything at Telecom Talk, Chakri is trying to master PUBG Mobile in his free time.

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