Redmi’s true wireless headphones will be launched alongside the Redmi 10 Prime in India on September 3rd. The company has confirmed the main features of these upcoming headphones, but their official marketing name has yet to be revealed. The shared poster teaser suggests an egg-shaped carrying case, and the headphones likely have an internal design and aesthetic similar to the Samsung Galaxy Buds. Going by the poster teaser, these are probably the Redmi AirDots 3 that were released in China earlier this year. They are likely to be released in India as Redmi Buds 3, if the change from the Redmi AirDots 3 Pro brand to Redmi Buds 3 Pro globally is any indication.
The company sent out teaser posters confirming the arrival of new Redmi headphones in India. These headphones will be released on September 3rd at 12:00 pm (noon), along with the Redmi 10 Prime. Xiaomi has also published a dedicated teaser page for these headphones, showing the main specs and features before launch. The page reveals that the headphones will be powered by a Qualcomm chipset and will support the adaptive aptX codec for improved sound and low latency while gaming. It also comes with dual drivers for better audio output and support for Bluetooth v5.2 connectivity.
The Redmi headphones, probably a Redmi AirDots 3 rebadge, also come with 30 hours of battery life. This is likely the total battery life with the charging case and not the battery life offered by headphones alone. The upcoming Redmi headphones are all configured to be splash and sweat proof and come with built-in sensor to provide touch controls. These controls should be useful for pausing and playing music, ending or answering calls, activating voice assistant, and more. It also supports Quick Pair to provide seamless connectivity once the headphones are removed from the case.
The Redmi AirDots 3 Pro that debuted in May of this year in China was launched in global markets as the Redmi Buds 3 Pro. be called Redmi Buds 3. The company has yet to reveal the official marketing name, so this is all conjecture for now. If they’re really a rebadge, they’ll probably also support the Type-C USB port for charging.
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