Top mobile selling brand Xiaomi is all set to roll out its latest headphones in India on February 25. The Chinese company announced this on its official Twitter handle and wrote, “Perfectly balanced sound with twice the drive.#HDAudio unveiling on February 25.” Xiaomi has also posted a teaser, a 10-second video giving a glimpse of the product with a braided cable with a tagline saying, “electrifying sound experience.”

The latest headphones will be featuring dual dynamic drivers. The earphones may compete with Realme Buds 2 headphones, which comes at Rs 599 and with an 11.2 mm audio driver unit with sound quality and bass tuning based on a Dynamic Bass Boost solution. They also feature a tangle-free Kevlar braided cable with built-in magnets and a 3-button remote control to provide a distinct experience. 

Xiaomi is claiming; the headphones will be providing “perfectly balanced sound” through dual dynamic drivers. However, the company has not provided any further details about what it would exactly launch in India on February 25. Yesterday Xiaomi launched Mi Electric Toothbrush T300 in India, which is designed to provide enhanced dental care.

The Mi Electric Toothbrush comes with a magnetic levitation sonic motor that can provide 31,000 vibrations per minute. The T300 toothbrush is priced at Rs 1,299. 

The company has also launched recently Mi Outdoor Bluetooth speaker that comes with 5W power output, and it comes with IPX5 rating against splashes and spills for water resistance. It is compatible with both iOS and Android devices. The latest Bluetooth model offers perfect sound texture and completely submerging you in brilliant sound quality. 

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