Xiaomi launches new cheap, noise-canceling wireless headphones

by Kelvin
Xiaomi launches new cheap, noise-canceling wireless headphones

Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi has launched new headphones focused on the cost-effective market. The model is called Mi Neckband Bluetooth Earphones Pro and was presented this Monday (22) in the Indian market.

The headphones are in-ear and have IPX5 certification, which means some resistance in case of contact with water and sweat. According to the brand, the design is designed so that it is always clean, without accumulating wax particles, for example.

In terms of design, it’s wireless, but comes with a cable connecting both sides with a neck brace. The presence of low-latency audio still means it’s ideal for gaming, as it reproduces sound from other devices with the shortest possible delay.


Additionally, there is an active noise canceling feature, reducing user noise by up to 25dB, which can be activated by a single touch of a button located on the accessory. Ambient noise cancellation detects when you’re on a call and, by calculating your voice direction, reduces surrounding noise by 50% to make the call more crystal clear.

The phone’s battery lasts up to 20 hours under certain conditions of use, and charging is done via a microUSB connector.


The Mi Neckband Bluetooth Earphones Pro headphones will initially only be launched in the Indian market, especially to compete against the OnePlus Bullets Wireless. In promotional price for launching in the official store, the product costs 1,799 rupees — about R$130 in direct currency conversion.