Xiaomi is possibly the brand that has grown the most in Spain in recent years, managing to be above Samsung and Apple in the number of mobile phones sold. And accessories.
But the company’s biggest international market, if we look outside of China, is India. It was there that it launched new headphones that remind us a lot of the OnePlus Bullets Wireless, wireless headphones with a magnetic link.
Features Mi Neckband Bluetooth Earphones Pro
- Connectivity: Bluetooth 5.0.
- Sound: Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) up to 25 dB.
- Microphones: Double microphone for ambient noise cancellation (ENC) in calls.
- Weight: 36 g.
- Others: magnetic link, volume control …
- Waterproof: IPX5
- Drums: 150 mAh
- Up to 20 hours of playback.
- Up to 200 hours standby.
- MicroUSB port.
Simple but with active noise cancellation
Xiaomi has introduced specially designed headphones to compete with the popular OnePlus Bullets Wireless.
The My Neckband Bluetooth Earphones Pro offer a very similar design with neck support and Bluetooth 5.0 wireless connectivity.
The most striking thing is that it does not give up active noise cancellation, the most powerful of those available in commercial headphones. Also includes ENC cancellation for calls.
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Its battery promises 20 hours of use, and the only major downside we see in the charger since instead of betting on the USB C port it keeps the micro USB, we assume to save cost.
The headphones have a magnetic link that helps them not fall when we have them around our neck but we are not listening to music. In addition, they include buttons for volume control and voice assistant activation.
Price and availability
At the moment the My Neckband Bluetooth Earphones Pro can be sold in India for 1799 rupees, just over 20 euros to change. Hopefully it brings these headphones to Spain, even if they are somewhat more expensive.
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