Xiaomi Nepal are getting quick to launch the products MI fans has always been eagerly waiting for. Only smartphones used to launch before but after huge fan base; the company started to launch the products which can take you to the Xiaomi ecosystem when connected to each other.
They have brought Redmi earbuds S which was already launched at India around 2 months ago. The truly wireless earbuds S is compressed with a lot of features at an aggressive price and light handy package. The sleek and stylish design creates an appealing feeling to almost everyone. As stated earlier lightweight device only of 4.1 grams on each side which makes it a very comfortable one. The company claims for 12 hours of battery life which is amazing at this price point. It also supports Bluetooth 5.0 with DSP environment noise cancellation.
Besides the earbuds are said as IPX4 sweat and splash proof and has most of the features we can see on the expensive ones. The multi-function button of this tiny device makes is easier choice. Besides support for low latency gaming mode makes it attractive selection for the gamers. There is also voice assistant support which performs very well without any lags.
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Xiaomi Nepal has priced it really aggressively so that it could reach to vivid users like as their smartphones. If we look towards the punchier sound it can provide and overall aspects RS. 3,199 with 6 month of warranty makes it a Fine purchase. You can buy the Earbuds S very soon at MI online stores and official offline stores at Nepal. So, concluding, we have also have to note the fact then it lacks in ear detection but as per the price this thing can easily be compromised. So, if you are looking for an affordable TWS at Nepali market then these are something very impressive to go for.
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