Xiaomi's AirDots Pile Pressure on Apple

Remigio Civitarese
Novembre 8, 2018

The AirPods are, without a doubt, one of the best products Apple launched in the last couple of years. In terms of design, however, the AirDots look more like traditional Bluetooth earbuds without any stem left dangling outside of your ear.

According to reports, not even Oppo's O-Free wireless earbuds, which sell for 699 yuan (about $100) and offer the most AirPods-like experience of any similar products available are not able to come close to the original. Xiaomi is also holding an event in New York City next month.

Of course, the Xiaomi AirDots Youth Edition comes with a matching case.

Since the other available Bluetooth headsets all use Bluetooth version 4.2, they are prone to frequent disconnections, resulting in the user hearing sound in only one of the two earpieces.

The new AirDods Youth Edition features a touch panel that allows you to conveniently control your headphones via multimedia.

You can also wake your smartphone by tapping twice on any of the earpiece, instead of double-tapping on the phone's screen. It also supports the Bluetooth standards HFP, A2DP, HSP, and AVRCP. Said pairing is automatic once you remove them from the charging/carry box, too, as long as you've gone through the initial pairing process. Moreover, if the earbuds are powered on, keeping them inside the case powers them off automatically. Mi AirDots Youth Edition earphones support true wireless stereo (TWS) technology.

The Mi AirDots Youth Edition can deliver up to four hours of playback time in stereo mode and up to five hours of playback time in mono mode on a single charge, if what Xiaomi claims is to be believed. It's priced at just CNY 199 (~Rs 2,100) in China and will go on sale starting November 11 through Xiaomi Mall, Xiaomi Youpin, Tmall, Jingdong, and Suning.

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