THE Xiaomi is knotting my head with so many similar models of Bluetooth phones: the next one will be called Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 Pro being part of the AirDots Pro family; your case will support wireless charging. The manufacturer also prepares true wireless headphones with noise cancellation.
The Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 Pro has received certification from the Bluetooth SIG and the Wireless Power Consortium. It will be compatible with the Bluetooth 5.0 standard and its case can be recharged with a Qi wireless base.
THE WPC certification even includes an image of the new headphones. They have silicone tips to block outside sounds; a surface that should be used for gesture control; and what appears to be an infrared sensor to detect if it’s in the ear. The case, in turn, has a side button (perhaps for pairing with the cell phone) and an LED charging indicator.
It doesn’t stop there: the Bluetooth SIG also lists the Mi Active Noise Canceling Wireless Earphones which, as the name implies, have active noise cancellation. The description confirms that this is a “TWS” (true wireless) model.
There are many models of wireless Xiaomi headphones
This means that Xiaomi is preparing the following headphones:
- Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 Pro (TWSEJ09WM)
- Mi Active Noise Canceling Wireless Earphones (LYXQEJ05WM)
- Mi True Wireless Earbuds Basic 2S (TWSEJ07LS)
- Redmi SonicBass Wireless Earphones (INLYEJ02LS)
And these are the ones that the manufacturer already sells:
- Mi AirDots or Mi True Wireless Earbuds (TWSEJ02LM)
- Redmi AirDots or Mi True Wireless Earbuds Basic (TWSEJ04LS)
- Mi AirDots Pro or Mi True Wireless Earphones (TWSEJ01JY)
- Mi AirDots Pro 2 or Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 (TWSEJ06WM)
- Redmi AirDots S or Mi True Wireless Earbuds Basic S (TWSEJ05LS)
- Redmi AirDots 2 or Mi True Wireless Earbuds Basic 2 or Redmi Earbuds 2C (TWSEJ061LS)
- Mi True Wireless Earphones Lite (TWSEJ03WM)
- Mi Air2 SE or Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 Basic (TWSEJ04WM)
The name varies depending on the market: in China it is a brand, in India it is another, and in Brazil it can be a third. The nomenclature is confusing, but the frequency of launches seems to work: according to Counterpoint Research, Xiaomi has been stealing space from Apple and its AirPods in the market for true wireless headsets.
With information: Gizmochina.