Xiaomi Mi Neckband Bluetooth earphones launched in India at Rs 1,599

Mi Neckband Bluetooth Earphones - Feature Image

Xiaomi has launched a new set of Bluetooth earphones in India. Alongside its Redmi K20 series launch in New Delhi today, the brand has unveiled this new accessory for audio enthusiasts in the country. The brand teases the micro-arc collar design of its new Mi Neckband Bluetooth earphones. Let’s talk about the features of the new earphones below. 

Also read: Xiaomi Mi Super Bass headphones launched in India at Rs 1,799

Mi Neckband Bluetooth Earphones – Features

Earlier this week, the company launched its new over-ear headphones with Super Bass sound, dubbed as Mi Super Bass. Now today, for someone looking in-ear Bluetooth offering in the market can consider these new earphones. Claimed to offer dynamic bass experience, it comes with trio-band equalization support.

The battery life on the Mi Neckband is claimed to be up to 8 hours. They are powered by Bluetooth 5.0, which allows wider range and faster connectivity with the devices. The headset also works with a voice assistant. So, you don’t have to worry about Google Assistant support. Or Siri for that matter. 

Also read: Redmi K20 Pro review: oh OnePlus and ASUS, I am worried for you

The Mi Neckband will go on sale in India at Rs 1,599, starting July 23rd. If you have been looking for a Bluetooth earphone headset. Then, this could be an option to consider, since the pricing is quite affordable. Let us know in the comment section below if you’d go for it or not. Or you’d want to see us review them.

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