Last year March, Redmi announced its first true wireless earphones – Redmi AirDots. The smart accessory carried a price tag of 99 Yuan (~$14). Within a few months of launch, the Redmi AirDots became so popular, and the company recorded the sales of over 3 million units.
In April, Xiaomi, under the Redmi brand, rolled out another model of its wireless earphones. The new model launched with advanced connectivity. It was named Redmi AirDots S.
Now, the brand has launched the second generation of its true wireless earphones – Redmi Airdots 2.
The Redmi AirDots 2 come with a 7.2mm sound driver. The company claims the sound driver is capable of producing powerful low-frequency outputs, mid-frequency sound, and high-frequency sound.
One significant difference between the AirDots and the AirDots 2 is the advance Bluetooth chip. Unlike the first generation AirDots that came with Bluetooth 4.2 support, the AirDots 2 is equipped with Bluetooth 5.0.
The Bluetooth 5.0 chip in the AirDots 2 allows for faster connection and data transmission between the earphones and connected devices.
Tapping the earphones twice activates the XiaoAI Voice Assistant.
The company includes in the retail box, small, medium, and large earplugs to ensure the comfortability of every user.
Redmi is yet to disclose the AirDots 2 battery capacity but claims that it can offer up to 4 hours of continuous playback.
From July 22, the AirDots 2 will be available for crowdfunding. During the crowdfunding campaign, each unit will be sold for 79 Yuan, which approximates to about $11. Once the campaign is over, the Redmi AirDots 2 will retail for 99 Yuan (~$14).