Mi Airdot S
The Redmi Airdots S true wireless earphones are available in a single colour variant – black – and use Bluetooth 5.0 for connectivity. The earphones use 7.2mm drivers, […]
The Redmi Airdots S true wireless earphones are available in a single colour variant – black – and use Bluetooth 5.0 for connectivity. The earphones use 7.2mm drivers, and are IPX4-rated for water resistance. The earphones themselves weigh just 4.1g each, making these among the lightest true wireless earphones available today.
The earphones have a claimed battery life of four hours per charge; when combined with the additional charges provided by the charging case, up to 12 hours of use can be expected. Gaming users will also benefit from a low-latency mode on the Redmi Airdots S, which will allow for smoother transmission of sound from the smartphone to the earphones with reduced delay.
Additionally, there is support for voice assistants, environmental noise reduction through the Realtek RTL8763BFR Bluetooth chip, and the ability to use either earphone individually without separately pairing each earphone of the Redmi AirDots S.
Xiaomi subsidiary Redmi released its latest Air Dots S TWS earbuds in China earlier today. The new model does not bring any visual changes but offers a new mono sound output mode which can split the two earbuds as separate receivers. The Air Dots S are also touted to offer better sound transmission rates despite the fact they still rely on Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity just like their predecessors. There’s also a new low-latency game mode.
The rest of the specs are identical to last year’s Air Dots including 7.2mm drivers, DSP noise-canceling for calls and touch controls for music and voice assistant toggling. Battery life is rated at 4 hours on a single charge while the charging case extends it to 12 hours. The Air Dots S are also IPX4 compliant meaning they are splash resistant.