As the latest entrant in the now-evolving market for wireless earphones, Xiaomi has launched the Mi AirDots Youth Edition in China.
With a truly wireless design and a bunch of sensors packed within a small form-factor, Xiaomi's AirDots compete with Apple's AirPods which, in a sense, have ushered in the phase of wireless audio streaming.
Here's our roundup of Mi AirDots Youth Edition.
The Mi AirDots Youth Edition sport a truly wireless form-factor with in-ear style earphones that would offer a snug fit.
The earphone tip further extends to a small, pill-like body that packs all the necessary sensors and battery.
In terms of compatibility, the Mi AirDots support Bluetooth v5.0 and can pair with all Bluetooth compatible devices.
On a single charge, the Mi AirPods offer up to four hours of music playback on stereo mode, while on the mono mode, you will get up to five hours of usage.
These earphones also come with a charging case that can provide up to 12 hours of charge.
Further, Mi AirDots pack 7.2mm drivers to deliver deep bass and stereo audio output.
For hi-fidelity stereo audio output, the Mi AirDots come with true wireless stereo (TWS) technology that splits audio in both earbuds.
Each earbud also features a dedicated touch zone that lets you play or pause music, access voice assistant, answer or reject a call, or perform similar controls.
In China, the Xiaomi Mi AirDots Youth Edition are priced at CNY 199 (approx. Rs. 2,100).
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