The Xiaomi Mi Air 2 Pro TWS earbuds have leaked yet again – instead of a hands-on video, this time we get a peek at official images of the buds plus more details about them, courtesy of Digital Chat Station.
The Mi Air 2 Pro will feature 12 mm drivers and a choice of aptX Adaptive and LHDC V3 audio codecs. The latter promises sub-100 ms latency, aptX Adaptive is a low latency codec as well (50-80 ms).
The active noise cancellation will be improved to 35 dB reduction, which matches Apple’s AirPods Pro. There will be a “transparent” mode to disable ANC temporarily.
The charging case has a USB-C port to fill its 500 mAh battery at 5W. Wireless charging should be supported as well. Each bud has a 55 mAh battery and can last 7 hours of playback (5 hours with ANC on), the case increases that to a total of 28 hours (20 hours with ANC).
DCS teased the price of the Xiaomi Mi Air 2 Pro, it will be in the CNY 600-700 range ($90-105). The new TWS earbuds should be announced at a Xiaomi event tomorrow.
Bought a pair of these on the promise of AptX Adaptive and LHDC. This is wrong, the headphones do NOT support these codecs. They may gain support for these codecs during an upcoming firmware update, but I haven't seen any information to this eff...
Of course the name is a coincidence, they never mimiced Apples brand names before... Just check by yourself... * Mipad series * Micloud * Mimessage * Midrop That's a 100% coincidence 😉 More seriously speaking, as a Xiaomi us...
If its gonna have aptX Adaptive codec, does it mean that I will be able to use them on my galaxy S8 phone which has aptX codec built-in?