Redmi Earbuds S brings a true wireless experience at ₹1,799
- Xiaomi has announced the
Redmi Earbuds Spriced at ₹1,799 in India.
- The Redmi Earbuds S offer a compact design and low latency gaming mode.
The Redmi Earbuds S is one of the cheapest wireless headphones out there and takes on the Realme Buds Air Neo that were launched on May 25 along with a smartwatch and TV.
Redmi Earbuds S pricing and availability
The Redmi Earbuds S has been priced at ₹1,799 and will be available in Black color option from Amazon India, Mi online store, Mi Home Store and Mi Studio starting from May 27.
Redmi Earbuds S features
The Redmi Earbuds S brings a compact form factor that was usually found in costlier earphones to the budget segment. It is equipped with the Realtek RTL8763BFR chip and supports Bluetooth 5.0.
The Redmi Earbuds S use 7.2mm drivers and sport DSP Environmental Noise Cancellation. It is also IPX4 rated for water and sweat resistance, making it easier to use outdoors.
For gamers, the Redmi Earbuds S comes with a 122ms low latency gaming mode that can be enabled with three taps on the headset. It also allows you to play/pause the music by double tapping and launching the voice assistant by a long press.
The Redmi Earbuds S are powered by a 43mAh battery that offers 4 hours of battery life on a single charge. The charging case features a 300mAh battery that offers an additional 12 hours of battery life.
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