No one can doubt that the American Apple introduced a new trend of wireless headphones with the introduction of its AirPods in 2017. Headphones with the same concept were gradually manufactured by many manufacturers, from Samsung, through Huawei to Honor. Among them is also Xiaomi, who comes up with new ones after the successful AirDots Mi Bluetooth Earphones Airwhich are even more like the Apple AirPods.
An unmissable inspiration
Xiaomi was clearly inspired by Apple AirPods when designing the Mi Bluetooth Earphones Air. However, the Chinese Apple is not even hiding this, and it has long admitted that they like Apple products and like to be inspired by them. The Bluetooth Earphones Air are two separate wireless in-ear headphones that are supplied with charging box. They are available in white, but also black color.
Each of the headphones has a weight 5,8 grams, while the total weight even with the box is only 58 grams. You can hardly feel them in your pocket at all. Mi Bluetooth Earphones Air contain touchpads with gesture support.
Touch there to answer / reject calls, turn on XiaoAI assistant, control playback or activate noise reduction. Yes, the headphones are coming with active suppression of ambient noise. Headphones also support AAC audio standard, making them even better and clearer sound.
Up to 10 hours of music playback
The manufacturer states that only 1 hour charging enough for 3 hours of talk time or 10 hours of music playback. The headphones are charged via a box with USB Type-C connector, which is also included in the package. Charging is possible via a standard adapter, such as the one you have with your smartphone. Inside the box is located 410 mAh battery.
When you remove the earpiece from your ear, the music is automatically interrupted. If they are not used for more than 30 minutes, they go into sleep mode, when no energy is consumed.
The advantage of Mi Bluetooth Earphones Air is also IPX4 certification, thanks to which they can withstand splashing water. You don't have to worry about using it in the rain. The headphones are compatible with both iOS and Android smartphones. The connection is via Bluetooth version 4.2 and the range is the classic 10 meters.
There is an interesting price tag
Xiaomi Mi Bluetooth Earphones Air will be available from January 11, so far on the home, Chinese market. For now, they will go on sale in white. The official Chinese price was set at 399 yuan, which is equivalent 50 € / 1300 CZK. They are supplied with three pairs of rubber bands in different sizes and also with a UBS Type-C cable.
The good news is that the headphones have passed FCC certification and Xiaomi plans to officially sell them in Europe as well. We expect their availability on the Slovak and Czech markets, so far at an unknown price. We will inform you as soon as the headphones appear in our markets through our newsletter. It is definitely worth taking it.