Xiaomi is ready to launch of its new true wireless stereo (TWS) Mi FlipBuds Pro tomorrow. But just a day before its launch, some additional details regarding the true wireless earphones have surfaced online via a company official. The TWS earbuds will launch in China tomorrow but currently there is no news about the release in international markets.
Xiaomi Mi FlipBuds Pro details:
These additional details were shared by the Chinese tech giant’s Vice President’s official Weibo account (@常程). This post contains a few screenshots which reveal a few details regarding the upcoming Mi FlipBuds Pro TWS earbuds. The upcoming earbuds have been teased to come with “active noise reduction” and these screenshots confirm that the new upcoming earphones will offer noise reduction that too in three different modes, including a high, mid, and low settings that can be switched by the user depending upon their requirements.
The Xiaomi FlipBuds Pro will come with an in-ear tips with the stem design. It will also come with active noise reduction of 40dB. The earbuds as seen on the screenshots seems to have a black glossy finish with a similar charging case. On the back of the case, Xiaomi logo.
It has also been revealed that the company has equipped the FlipBuds Pro with the transparent mode. This transparent mode essentially allows the user to hear their surroundings and avoid complete isolation through the mic, which can be useful in certain situations and was well received on the Apple AirPods Pro. The earbuds will also come with a search mode allowing the user to find the FlipBuds Pro easily if lost.
The Mi FlipBuds Pro will also support Qualcomm’s aptX Bluetooth certification. With Qualcomm’s aptX Bluetooth certification the FlipBuds Pro will provide better sound quality with reduced latency.
Although, there is no information about the pricing and availability of the TWS earbuds, but since the launch is in few hours, we will get the updates soon.
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