The Smarter Living 2022 event is being hosted by Xiaomi. In India, the company will debut a new Mi Notebook, a Wi-Fi router, and a security camera, among other products. Xiaomi will host another event on September 3 for the launch of the Redmi 10 Prime in India, following the annual AIoT event. The low-cost phone will most likely be a rebadged Redmi 10 that was unveiled earlier this month. The Xiaomi sub-brand will debut a new pair of truly wireless earbuds at the same event (TWS). The TWS will have dual drivers and a Qualcomm chipset, according to the microsite on Xiaomi India’s website. Let’s take a closer look at the new Redmi TWS, which will be available in India on September 3rd.
The Redmi TWS will be released on September 3rd
On September 3, Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi will launch a new TWS in India. Some key features of the new TWS have been teased by the company.
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Redmi’s new wireless earbuds will have dual drivers, according to the microsite. It will have a Qualcomm processor and a battery life of up to 30 hours. The claimed battery life is based on the total capacity of the charging case. It will be splash-resistant and will also support Bluetooth 5.2. Touch controls and quick pairing are among the other features.
We can assume that the company is bringing the AirDots 3 to India based on the leaked specifications. They are equipped with Qualcomm’s QCC3040 chipset, which includes aptX Adaptive audio codec support. A USB Type-C port is included in the TWS charging case. Each earbud weighs 4.6 grams and has an IPX-4 splash resistance rating.
In China, the TWS was released for CNY 199. (roughly Rs 2,300). In India, we can anticipate a price of less than Rs 2,500. The Redmi 10 Prime, which features the new MediaTek Helio G88 SoC and a 50MP quad-camera setup, will also be unveiled at the event.