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Xiaomi Reveals $30 Apple AirPods Clones - The AirDots Feature Similar Functionalities

09 November 2018, 12:05 | Jodi Jackson

XiaomiAirDots are an affordable Apple AirPods alternative priced at around $29

Xiaomi Releases AirDots Wireless Earbuds With Bluetooth 5.0

They have been dubbed the "AirDots", which, I don't really need to tell you, sounds dangerously close to a certain Apple product. Not all smartphones have the tap-to-wake feature, so this feature in the AirDots Youth Edition might come in handy.

Taking on Apple AirPods, Xiaomi has finally unveiled the Mi AirDots Youth Edition truly wireless earphones. But at around $29, they're a lot cheaper than Apple's $159 product, which means losing them won't be as painful for your wallet.

It's unclear whether the AirDots will be available in global markets, but Chinese fans of Xiaomi will be able to preorder theirs on November 11th. Apple's wireless earbuds have proven so popular that shedloads of companies are copying the format and releasing similar-looking versions of the audio gear.

Wireless connectivity with the smartphone is achieved with Bluetooth 5.0; the latest Bluetooth standard supports lower power consumption, longer operating range, and is less susceptible to interference from other wireless signals. It is possible to activate/deactivate voice assistant including the ability to play music, call answering, rejection and much more.

When kept inside the charging box, the headsets are turned off automatically and are instantly put on charging. The sale of the earphones will begin on November 11 through Xiaomi Mall, Xiaomi Youpin, Tmall, Jingdong, and Suning.

The battery capacity of these headphones is 40 mAh and lasts for 12 hours.

Xiaomi Mi AirDots Youth Edition look different from the AipPods; they support Bluetooth 5.0 and weigh 4.2 g each.

The Mi AirDots Youth Edition can deliver up to four hours of playback time in stereo mode and up to five hours of playback time in mono mode on a single charge, if what Xiaomi claims is to be believed.

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