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IPX4 rating begins for Redmi SonicBass wireless earphones with up to 12 hours of playback time


The Redmi SonicBass wireless earphones were launched in Nepal as Xiaomi’s latest neckband style headphones. Xiaomi shared the announcement on their Facebook and Twitter accounts in Nepal. Redmi SonicBass wireless earphones boasts 12 hours of play time on a single charge, resistance to splash and sweat, “Pro Bass” and more. Neckband style headphones come in two color options for a sleek, minimalist design. Xiaomi also offers neckband style Bluetooth headphones under the Mi brand.

Redmi SonicBass Wireless Earphone Price

The price of Redmi SonicBass wireless earphones is NPR 2,099 (about Rs. 1,300). Earphones will be available in black and blue color options when they are about to be launched in Nepal. Xiaomi Does not share the exact sale date, but says the earphones will be sold through Mi preferred partners, Mi offline stores, and online partners.

Ah To report According to GadgetsBeat, the Redmi SonicBass wireless earphones will be released today on September 10th.

Redmi SonicBass wireless earphone specifications, functions

Xiaomi shares the specifications and features of the Redmi Sonic Bass wireless earphones on Facebook page For Nepal. Neckband style headphones provide up to 12 hours of play time on a single charge. The earphones support environmental noise cancellation and provide “excellent professional bass sound”.

The Redmi SonicBass wireless earphones are IPX4 rated splash and sweat resistant and connect to your Android or iOS device via Bluetooth 5.0. These allow support for voice commands, but the company has not specified how they work. The earphones have an in-ear style tip and the neckband has a relatively flat cable.

The new Redmi headphones are Mi Neckband Bluetooth Earphone It also provides Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity. The Mi Neckband Bluetooth earphones have an ad play time of 8 hours, but as mentioned above, the Redmi SonicBass wireless earphones can last up to 12 hours. However, the Mi Neckband Bluetooth earphones do not have an IP rating.

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