Xiaomi Mi Air 2 Pro headphones have been leaked: design and specifications

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Xiaomi doubled its sales worldwide and is already the fourth manufacturer

Xiaomi is one of the brands that is most committed to creating a complete ecosystem of accessories, as we are seeing in Spain, where we can buy many of them.

A special section deserves the headphones, which have become the mandatory complement for many users.

Xiaomi presented the Xiaomi Mi Air 2 just a year ago, headphones that wanted to compete with the growing push of other brands in the TWS (True Wireless Sound) sector. In April of this year we saw version 2s, which improved latency. The last model announced was released in May, the Mi Air 2 SE, which lowered the price and performance.

The Xiaomi Mi Air 2 Pro is filtered

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Now it has been the new Mi Air 2 Pro that have been leaked, revealing a new design in the headphones that are highly reminiscent of Apple’s.

Silicone elements are even included that will serve to better adapt the headphones to our ears. Each of them will weigh 6.5 grams and will have three microphones, which will allow to use the active noise cancellation (ANC) that these devices will have.

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Along with that cancellation, there would also be advanced software noise cancellation, which would further help isolate us when we need it. This will isolate us up to 35 dB, one of the highest figures we have seen.

They will be compatible with the LHDC and AAC codecs and the latency will be 100 ms, even lower than that of the Apple Airpods Pro.

We do not know when they will be announced and if we can buy them in Spain but taking into account the models that are sold in our country it does not seem very likely.

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