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Mi Air 2 Pro TWS Earphones launched with ANC support in China

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Mi Air 2 Pro TWS Earphones have been launched with Active Noise Cancellation support in China. The Chinese company finally introduced the successor of Mi TWS Air 2 which was debuted back in 2019. The design of the Mi True wireless earphones Air 2 Pro seems to be similar to the AirPods Pro and comes in a Black color option.


Mi Air 2 Pro TWS Earphones Specifications and Features



Mi Air 2 Pro TWS Earphones features a 12mm LCP liquid crystal large dynamic driver that provides better audio experience and grammy master has done tuning the earbuds for studio-quality audio sound. The new Mi True Wireless Earphones Air 2 Pro earbuds come with 35dB hybrid active noise cancellation, 3 mics for better call quality, and a new transparent mode as well. It weighs only 60 grams.


In terms of connectivity, The earbuds include the support of Bluetooth 5.0 and operating distance is listed to be at 10 meters. The user only has to open the lid of the charging case and it gets automatically connected to the paired device. The company claims that the earbuds can deliver up to seven hours of battery backup with Active Noise Cancellation turned off.


Along with the Charging case, The earbuds offers 28 hours of music playback. It takes nearly one hour to fully charge through USB Type-C port for wired charging and support of wireless charging is also present. The company claims that 10 minutes of wired charging can provide up to 90 minutes of music playback.


Mi Air 2 Pro TWS Earphones Price


The new Mi True Wireless Earphones Air 2 Pro carries a price tag of CNY 699 (around Rs. 7,600). The earbuds are available for pre-order and it will go on sale on Mi.com from October 15 in China.

Mi Air 2 Pro TWS Earphones launched with ANC support in China
Mayank Gupta
Mayank Gupta is a senior reporter for Naxon Tech. He covers most of the smartphones, wearables, apps, social media, and the overall tech industry reports. In his spare time, he loves to play cricket and watching movies.
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