Xiaomi has presented its new high-end wireless headphones, the Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro, in China.
While Xiaomi announced its new foldable display smartphone, the Xiaomi Mix Fold 2, on Thursday, the Chinese manufacturer didn’t stop there. In fact, the firm has taken the opportunity to present a new pair of wireless headphones, the Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro.
As its name suggests, the Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro are the new high-end headphones from the Chinese manufacturer and therefore take over from the Xiaomi Buds 3 Pro. Logically, who says high-end wireless headphones says particularly advanced features with support for both active noise reduction and 3D audio.
Xiaomi has equipped its new headphones with 11mm diameter transducers capable of guaranteeing a frequency response of 20 to 40,000 Hz. The headphones are also Hi-Res Audio Wireless certified and are compatible with the classic AAC and SBC codecs, but also with the LHDC 4.0 codec via Bluetooth 5.3.
A 3D audio feature available with smartphones released in China only
Xiaomi also announces an active noise reduction of about 48 dB thanks to the integration of three microphones per earpiece, but also the use of an in-ear format with passive isolation. The headphones are also IP54 certified and therefore splash proof. Spatial audio is also included as long as you use a compatible Xiaomi smartphone. For now, though, keep in mind that only Xiaomi Mix Fold 2 and 12S Ultra, only released in China, are advertised as supporting this feature.
For the battery of its headphones, Xiaomi offers 565 mAh batteries in each of its Buds 4 Pro and a 565 mAh battery in the Qi wireless charging compatible charging box. Enough to ensure an autonomy of 9 hours only with the headphones without noise reduction and five hours with noise reduction.
The Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro earphones are currently only released in China. They are available in gold and black at a price of 999 yuan, or 143 euros. It is not yet known if the headphones will also be launched in France.
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