Redmi introduces its Redmi Earbuds S through a virtual launch event on Tuesday. The device will have 12 hours of battery backup. The new Redmi will have low latency gaming mode. The device will have IPX4 splash resistance. It will work with voice assistant with the multi-functional button on the Redmi Earbuds S enabling users to answer or reject voice calls. The first sale of the device is at 12PM on Wednesday on Amazon, Mi.com, and Mi Home.
Redmi in a tweet highlights that its is “ultra-lightweight” and features a “compact and stylish design.”
The device features Bluetooth 5.0 and will provide punchier sound and DSP noise reduction” that would enhance call experiences for users.
The company said that the device supports voice assistants on both iOS and Android and the device can connect to a device in around three seconds. The gaming mode on the device is said to reduce latency to 122ms “for pro-gaming” performance. The device takes 2 hours to charge full and promises 4 hours of continuous playback.
The newly launch device is similar to Redmi AirDots S And was release in China in the month of April. Our initial impressions of the product is they sound great and are excellent value for money.
While the Chinese variant of the device costs rupees 1100 the Redmi Earbuds S will cost 1799 with sale on.
The new device will compete with several devices in the segment including the Realme Buds Air Neo. The Realme Buds Air Neo costs 2999 rupees. Unlike the Black color of the Redmi Earbuds S, the Realme Buds Air Neo would be available in three colors including White, Green, and Red.