Always committed to offering products at the best price, Xiaomi is renewing its Redmi AirDots. Announced in China, and first launched through a crowdfunding campaign, the Redmi AirDots 2 will hit the market at 99 yuan … the equivalent of just over 12 euros.
Launched last year in March and sold 3 million copies, the Xiaomi Redmi AirDots are successors. Announced in China at a price of 99 yuan, or a little over 12 euros excluding taxes, the Redmi AirDots 2 are based on the same recipe, but with all the same some technological improvements inherited in part from the recent Redmi AirDots S, launched for their leaves last April.
With these new headphones, Xiaomi seeks to offer an unbeatable experience / price ratio. Once again, it will be one of the least expensive pairs of True Wireless headphones on the market. And for good reason, they are even cheaper than the AirDots 2 SE, presented recently.
Noise reduction during calls, Bluetooth 5 and 4 hours of battery life
Among the novelties offered by these Redmi AirDots 2, Xiaomi notably mentions the switch to Bluetooth 5.0 (instead of the Bluetooth 4.2 offered with the first generation Redmi Airdots), but also the appearance of a technology allowing a reduction of the ambient noise during calls. However, it is not an active noise cancellation system like on more high-end headphones.
These headphones should provide a better sound experience, according to Xiaomi, with more powerful highs and more subtle mids and bass. Each earpiece weighs just 4.2 grams. The pair should therefore remain comfortable to wear in the long term (it will also be supplied with three sets of silicone tips). In terms of autonomy, we are promised 4 hours of continuous listening and up to 12 hours of battery for the case. Finally, note the presence of touch controls, which will allow you to change the song or even trigger the XiaoAI personal assistant with two taps.
The Redmi AirDots 2 will first arrive in China through a crowdfunding campaign starting on July 22, and at a preferential rate of 79 yuan (just under 10 euros) for backers. Their final price will be 99 yuan (about 12 euros). Logically, these headphones should manage to find their way to France, but it will certainly take a small price increase to cover the additional logistics costs.