Xiaomi has set up a launch event where the company is expected to debut some new products next month in New York. Although what the company will launch is under speculation, rumours are rife that the Mi MIX 3 could very well be revealed at the event. Ahead of that event, a new Xiaomi product has recevied certification at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the US. The FCC ID with model number (TWSEJ01JY) is registered under the name of Mi True Wireless Earphones. Moreover, the same model has also cleared Bluetooth certification.
Now, it’s hard to say what these Mi True Wireless Earphones are simply judging from these two listings. However, the images reveal a good amont of info regarding the design and some features as well. The design is similar to Apple’s wireless AirPods or the recently launched Xiaomi Bluetooth Headphones Youth Edition. They are even shaped similarly and come with a charging case. The FCC listing suggests these will be available in White color. The Bluetooth listing suggests that they are compatible with Bluetooth 4.2. The Mi True Wireless Earphones come with a charging case of their own. There’s a user manual on the FCC certification that reveals certain details of the product. It reveals that the Mi True Wireless Earphones can be operated by touch. Users will be able to take/reject calls, as well as control music. They come with an LED light and the eartips are topped with soft silicone. The earphones also will have active noise cancellation.
The Mi True Wireless Earphones will be able to charge fully in one hour and the charging case holds juice worth 10 hours of use. Xiaomi recently revealed the Mi AirDots Youth Edition in China and they cost just CNY 199 (roughly Rs. 2,100). It is likely that the new Mi True Wireless Earphones will also be priced very aggressively.
As far as launch is concerned, there is no official information regarding the new accessory but we could hear something about it on December 8 when Xiaomi is holding a launch event in New York.
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