Xiaomi fans are hyped as the company has released an official announcement related to the Mi True Wireless Earphones 2, the anticipated sequel to the popular wireless accessory released by the company in 2019.
Performance and quality are two traits that are associated with the Xiaomi brand, and it seems that the company has focused on them in the case of the new generation of wireless headphones. The Mi True Wireless Headphones offered an excellent experience for a modest price, challenging many established accessories offered by other rivals.
Battery life is an essential trait for many users. One of the most significant flaws of many expensive products is represented by the fact that they have a low autonomy, which in most cases, is around eight to ten hours.
Xiaomi Reveals the Mi True Wireless Earphones 2
According to the information shared by Xiaomi, the Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 will last for up to 14 hours with the help of the charging case. They can also last for four hours after one complete charge, which requires a waiting time of one hour. A USB-Type C cable can be used to charge the charging case.
The addition of enhanced composite dynamic coils should provide a superior-frequency and clear sound. A more powerful bass was also promised, and the use of a Low Latency High Definition Codec will also boost the overall sound quality thanks to improved transfer speeds.
Built-in optical sensors will provide a few nifty tricks. For example, when they are removed from the ears, the music playback will be paused automatically. Touch sensors will also grant access to quick gestures, which can be used to answer calls, change the song, or activate a voice assistant.
A pop-up and connect feature will allow the headphones to connect automatically to select Xiaomi devices as soon as the charging case opens, and it will be extended to other smartphones in the future. Prospective owners can purchase them for $89.
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