On September 3, Redmi truly wireless earphones will be released in India alongside the Redmi 10 Prime. Key characteristics of the forthcoming earphones have been verified by the business, but the official marketing name has yet to be released. The teaser graphic shows an egg-shaped charging case, and the earbuds are expected to be in-ear and have a similar appearance to the Samsung Galaxy Buds. These are most likely the Redmi AirDots 3 that were released in China earlier this year, based on the teaser poster. If the Redmi AirDots 3 Pro’s global makeover to Redmi Buds 3 Pro gave any indication, they are expected to arrive in India as the Redmi Buds 3.
The business released teaser posters in India, announcing the launch of new Redmi earbuds. These earphones, along with the Redmi 10 Prime, will be available on September 3 at 12 p.m. (noon). Xiaomi has also created a special teaser website for these earbuds, which includes essential characteristics and features. The earbuds will be powered by a Qualcomm processor and will feature the aptX Adaptive codec for better sound and reduced latency while playing games, according to the page. It’s also said to include twin drivers for improved audio output and Bluetooth v5.2 compatibility.
The Redmi earphones, which are most likely a rebadge of the Redmi AirDots 3, are also rumoured to have a 30-hour battery life. This is most likely the overall battery life with the charging case, rather than just the battery life of the earphones. The forthcoming Redmi earbuds will be splash and perspiration resistant, and will have a built-in sensor for touch controls. These controls should be helpful for a variety of things, like pausing and playing music, ending and picking up calls, activating the voice assistant, and so on. It’s also said to enable Quick Pair, which promises to provide seamless communication as soon as the earphones are removed from the case.
The Redmi AirDots 3 Pro, which debuted in China in May, was rebranded as the Redmi Buds 3 Pro for worldwide markets. The teasers suggest that this forthcoming earphones will be a rebadge of the Redmi AirDots 3, and that they will be dubbed the Redmi Buds 3. Because the firm has yet to announce its official marketing identity, all of this is speculation for the time being. If they are indeed a rebadge, they will very certainly have a USB Type-C charging connector.