Xiaomi Mi True Wireless Earphones Receive Bluetooth Certification

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Xiaomi Mi True Wireless Earphones Receive Bluetooth Certification

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Xiaomi is expected to showcase quite a few products at its event in New York next month. Out of the many possibilities, it is rumoured to be the global launch event of the Mi Mix 3 smartphone. However, a new product which has just received its certification could also be one off the debutants at the event. These are a pair of bluetooth wireless earphones by Xiaomi.

FCC Listing

The earphones have received their certification from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the US. The earphones are registered under the model number TWSEJ01JY and bear the name ‘Mi True Wireless Earphones’. The same model has also been cleared for Bluetooth certification. Additionally, a series of leaked images give us a good look at the design of the earphones. The design looks pretty similar to the Apple AirPods and the and the Xiaomi Bluetooth Headphones Youth Edition. Then again, there is nothing much you can do about the design of a pair of wireless earphones. 

From the images we can see they have an inward curve to fit snugly into your ears. They also have a charging case, similar to the Apple AirPods. They also come with 3 pairs of silicone earths, to be fitted according to your ear size. The FCC listing also suggests that the earphones will be available in white colour only. The listing also tells us that they are Bluetooth 4.2 compatible. The listing also suggests that the earphones can be controlled using touch and that you can accept and reject calls as well as control music. The earphones also have an LED light and the eartips are also tipped with soft silicone. They will also have active noise cancellation feature.

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Additionally, the earphones will charge fully in one hour and the charging case has a battery back up of upto 10 hours. It is expected that the earphones will be priced aggressively just like the Mi AirDots. Xiaomi is known for its disruptive products which challenge competitors with aggressive pricing.


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