Xiaomi Mi Air 2 Pro Noise Cancelling Earphones Will Be Scheduled Tomorrow

Xiaomi is already on the bandwagon of launching Truly Wireless Earbuds in the markets. It has a plethora of options like the Air Dots and the Air Dots 2 in the budget-range. And slightly premium ones like the Mi Air 2 which is almost a year old. Now, a complete specification of the alleged ‘Pro’ version of the Air 2 has leaked online. An alleged leaked image of the Xiaomi Mi Air 2 Pro earphones has been circulating on Weibo, giving us an idea about what the product could look like.

The leaked image indicates that the earphones are named the Mi Air 2 Pro. They will feature support active noise cancellation. In terms of the design of the earphones, it has the same cylindrical design that we have seen before.


Earlier, it was leaked that the Mi Air 2 Pro could also come with wireless charging support. Now we know officially that the earphones support wireless charging, voice wake-up, and transparent mode. Audio delay is 100ms, and supports AAC and LHDC decoding. In addition, Xiaomi Mi Air 2 Pro does not need a phone to operate. Just press and hold the back to switch the noise reduction mode.

Air 2 Pro has a single ear weight of 6.5g, using a feedforward and feedback hybrid digital noise reduction. The noise reduction intensity is 35dB. This headset sports a 12mm dynamic coil unit, with 7 hours of battery life when noise reduction is turned off. Moreover, it also has 5 hours of battery life when noise reduction is turned on.

It is also said that the earphones have already passed through all the necessary certification process. This means that the company is all set to launch them and it could go official in the coming weeks. As for the pricing, the upcoming TWS earphones could cost around 500 yuan (~$73) to 600 yuan (~$88) in China.

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