Redmi Earbuds S launch in India tomorrow, rebranded AirDots S

Ruben Fields
May 27, 2020

And now, Xiaomi has made a decision to rebrand these and launch them as Redmi Earbuds S in India. Priced at Rs. 1,799, the Redmi Earbuds S are an affordable pair of true wireless earphones that look to make the technology and form factor accessible to the masses.

OnePlus has a pair of true wireless earbuds on the way, and rather than launching them as Bullets Wireless 3, the company is opting to go for a brand new name entirely: Buds. As expected, this new product called Redmi Earbuds S is a rebadged Redmi AirDots S that initially launched in China in the month of April. Much like the Mi True Wireless Earphones 2, the Earbuds S has been tuned to suit the Indian audience and offer a bass-heavy sound profile. To achieve this, Redmi has packed in a 43mAh battery in each earbud, with a 300mAh battery in the charging case to keep the earbuds juiced up.

Earbuds S are IPX4-rated for water resistance and each bud weighs 4.1g. While the earbuds use Bluetooth 5.0 as a connectivity option. The earbuds themselves, however, only offer up to 4 hours of music playback time and take approximately 90 minutes to be fully charged. Adding to this is the special Game Mode that reduces the latency by 50% to 120ms. There is a Multifunction button which you can use to control certain things.

Redmi Earbuds S True Wireless Earphones Launched in India, Priced at Rs. 1,799

The new earbuds will support voice assistants as well as provide environmental noise reduction. For more durability the device has IPX4 sweat & splash-proof. The earphones are now available in a single colour option of black, and features Bluetooth 5.0 for connectivity.

Priced at Rs 1,799, the Redmi Earbuds S TWS earphones looks pretty affordable compared to the other earbuds now available.

The Redmi Earbuds S will be available in a single matte black color variant, at a price of ₹1,799 (~$24) via mi.com, Amazon.in, Xiaomi's Mi Home stores, and other offline retail partners starting from May 27th at 12 PM.

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