As new year’s eve is drawing near to the tech realm, an overabundance of the lineup is waiting in the stands to debut for the first time next year. It seems the Chinese tech giant Xiaomi is geared up to welcome the new year astonishingly. Xiaomi is prepping up to conduct a press conference today on December 28 evening.
As we know, Xiaomi’s flagship, Xiaomi 12/Pro, will make an epic debut at the event along with a surprise guest, Xiaomi True Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones 3 Standard Edition, and more products. Xiaomi’s smart ecosystem official Weibo post reveals that Xiaomi will release the new year special edition of Xiaomi True Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones 3 Pro.
At today’s press conference, Xiaomi plans to bring new gleaming colors with more content. Xiaomi launched the Mi True Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones 3 Pro on September 27, along with the Xiaomi Civi smartphone.
The TWS earbuds are designed with an in-ear outlook with built-in dual dynamic drivers and can offer up to 40dB active noise cancellation; supports HiFi-level high-fidelity sound quality, high-definition audio, ultra-low distortion, and restore the real. Xiaomi’s TWS headset supports spatial audio; a 360° surround sound field; it also supports head tracking to achieve immersive acoustic effects.
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Unlike the preceding generation, Mi True Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones, 3 Pro embraces an ergonomic framework, features an IP55 waterproof and sweat resistance. When it comes to battery, the Mi Headset has a 27-hour battery life and supports wireless charging. The headset is available in Aurora Green, Streamer White, and Obsidian Black. The headset comes at a price tag of 699 yuan (US$ 109 / roughly Rs. 7,985 ).
The new version of Xiaomi True Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones 3 will be revealed today at today’s press conference; some new features will lead the way, such as three microphones called noise reduction, dual transparent mode.