Xiaomi TWS 3 Pro With 40db Noise Cancellation Confirmed to Launch on September 27

The Xiaomi TWS 3 Pro is confirmed to feature higher active noise cancellation than its competitors, and feature a stalk design.


The Xiaomi TWS 3 Pro is tipped to be the latest true wireless earbuds from the company, and is tipped to be launched early next week, on September 27. It is tipped to launch as the latest pair of stereo wireless earbuds from the company, and the Xiaomi branding instead of Redmi suggests that the company is looking at it to be a premium product. Ahead of the launch, a Weibo teaser post has confirmed that the Xiaomi TWS 3 Pro will offer active noise cancellation of up to 40dB, which is higher than typical budget true wireless earbuds.

Not much else, however, is known about the Xiaomi TWS 3 Pro stereo earbuds, yet. Its audio and battery specifications are yet to be revealed, although the teaser poster gives us a pretty clear look at how it is expected to be. The TWS 3 Pro appears to feature a design very similar to the Apple AirPods Pro, with a rectangular charging case with rounded corners. The earbuds themselves also resemble the AirPods Pro, with an angled earpiece design and an elongated stalk to support the fit of the earbuds. A black colour variant is confirmed to be offered, while a single LED indicator on the charging case will likely serve as a charging and pairing indicator.

Reports suggest that the Xiaomi TWS 3 Pro earbuds may be similar to the company’s FlipBuds Pro earbuds that were tipped to launch earlier this year. If this does materialise, the TWS 3 Pro may come with features such as Qualcomm aptX Adaptive compatibility for high resolution audio playback, and a low latency mode as well to offer minimal lag while playing competitive games. There’s no word yet on the driver setup on the upcoming earbuds, or the battery life it will come with – or if the charging case may come with features such as wireless charging compatibility.

The earbuds are expected to launch alongside the Xiaomi CIVI smartphone launch at a September 27 event. The CIVI line is expected to be a rebranded version of the erstwhile Mi CC series of flagship phones sold in China, and the smartphone in question sounds quite similar to the Xiaomi 11X Pro sold in India. It will be interesting to see if Xiaomi brings the new true wireless earbuds to India as well.