Today, the Xiaomi walkie-talkie Lite was released. The price is only 129 yuan ($19), half of the price of the previous two generations.
The Xiaomi Walkie Talkie Lite has a transmission power of 3W, 1-5 kilometers in an open environment, 1-3 kilometers in an urban environment, and a 2000mAh battery, with a standby time of up to 5 days and continuous use for 10 hours.
The whole machine weighs only 163 grams. It adopts a hard and scratch-resistant spark design, coming with a quick-release back clip. Thus, it is portable and easy to use.
The 40mm large-diameter loudspeaker has a 23% larger field sound radiation area than a traditional walkie-talkie (36mm). The speech sound is more penetrating, and it can ensure a good call effect in a noisy environment.
The Xiaomi Walkie-Talkie Lite can use the Mijia app to write frequency intelligently, backup frequency information, and turn on button-free calls. So bid farewell to traditional cumbersome operations.
After the walkie-talkie enters the pairing mode, the 16 frequency channels of the walkie-talkie can be simultaneously copied to other walkie-talkies in the nearby receiving state to realize one-to-many frequency allocation.
Xiaomi Walkie-Talkie History
As early as March 2017, the Xiaomi Mijia walkie-talkie was officially released. It came with an UV dual-segment, standby time of up to 8 days, smartphone frequency writing, FM radio and other features, as well as minimalist design and comfortable grip. The price was 249 yuan ($36).
In October 2018, the Xiaomi Mijia walkie-talkie 1S focused on lightness, stronger performance, thinner body, and more refined appearance. The Xiaomi Mijia walkie-talkie completed the first upgrade and the price was also 249 yuan.
In April 2019, Xiaomi Mijia Walkie Talkie 2 was released at a price of 449 yuan ($66). It is a brand new upgrade to the previous two generations. It can reach 6 kilometers of talk distance and 13 days of long standby.