Xiaomi Mi Sports Bluetooth Mini Headset With Lightweight Design Launched

Xiaomi Mi Sports Bluetooth Mini Headset With Lightweight Design Launched
  • The company launched original headset in November
  • Mi Sports Bluetooth Headset Mini weighs just 14.5 grams
  • The new headset has been priced at CNY 169 (roughly Rs. 1,600)

Xiaomi launched its Mi Sports Bluetooth Headset in November last year and the company has now launched a Mini variant of this headset in China. The new variant of the Bluetooth headset has been priced slightly higher than the earlier version at CNY 169 (roughly Rs. 1,600) and will be made available for purchase in China from Thursday.

The Xiaomi Mi Sports Bluetooth Headset Mini comes with an IPX4 rating for minimal water resistance against sweat, just like its predecessor, and features the same design as well. However, the new headset weighs in at just 14.5 grams, which makes it lighter than the original headset that weighed 17.8 grams. Also like its predecessor, the Xiaomi Mi Sports Bluetooth Headset Mini comes with the capability to connect to two devices at once and even switch between them with ease, as per the company.

To recall, the predecessor headset came with a 110mAh battery that was claimed to deliver battery life of 7 hours. At the time of the Mi Sports Bluetooth Headset launch, Xiaomi claimed that the headset had been tested to work in extreme environments and was operational in temperatures between -20-degree Celsius to 70-degree Celcius. The company additionally provided five different ear caps in various sizes and shapes with the Mi Sports Bluetooth Headset, which it said provide distinct functionalities.

As we said with the previous Bluetooth headset, it is currently unclear whether Xiaomi will eventually bring Mi Sports Bluetooth Headset Mini to India or not. Stay tuned to our website to know if and when it happens.


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