So far this year we have seen the few mobile phone brands that did not yet have TWS wireless headsets launch their own models. Tomorrow it is expected that OnePlus will present theirs, and today it has been Redmi that has announced its third variant in China, the Redmi Airdots 2.
In March 2019, the Xiaomi subsidiary presented the Redmi Airdots, its first truly wireless headphones that were still the same as the Xiaomi Airdots that we were already able to analyze.
A little more than a year later, in April 2020, the company presented an improved version of those headphones, which it called Redmi Airdots S. They focused on reducing latency and polishing general aspects such as connectivity.
So are the Redmi Airdots 2
After these two interactions, the second model has been presented with a crowdfunding campaign that sets its price in 79 yuan, less than 10 euros to change. However, when it is put up for sale in a conventional way, the price will rise to 99 yuan, about 13 euros to change.
Outwardly it is headphones very similar to those that the company had already launched, it is inside where we see the differences. For starters, the Bluetooth chip has been updated and is now 5.0, which improves connectivity between the mobile and between the two headphones. Autonomy is maintained, with about 4 hours for the headphones and 12 more hours with the charging box.
The sound drivers are 7.2 mm, thus being less than other rival products, which on the other hand are also much more expensive.
The noise canceling headphone trap: not everyone has the same
Noise canceling has become one of the trendy extras for headphones. However, be very careful, as there is a catch.
Although, logically, they do not have active noise cancellation, Xiaomi has implemented ENC, that is, an environmental noise reduction when we are using headphones to talk on the phone, which improves the quality of calls.