Redmi launches the AirDots 3 Pro as its latest noise-cancelling TWS earbuds
Redmi has now launched its first MediaTek Dimensity 1100-powered phone today, which, confusingly enough, is called the Note 10 Pro. However, the new TWS earbuds launched alongside it can be identified as the Pro variants of the AirDots 3 with greater ease. Xiaomi claims to have equipped the new peripherals with "AI adaptive noise cancellation" technology.
This means the buds have 3 different stages of noise-exclusion: "light" (15 decibels (dB)), "balanced" (25dB) or "depth" (35dB), between which the AirDots 3 Pro can cycle automatically based on the environmental sound levels. They are detected using an up-to-date 3-mic system.
Each AirDot 3 Pro also contains a 9 millimeter (mm) "composite dynamic" driver, supports a latency of as little as 69 milliseconds (ms). A complete pair can run for up to 6 hours, and comes in a charging case of a vaguely oval shape, albeit not of the new type shipped with Xiaomi's new FlipBuds Pro. It is rated to add up to 28 hours of play-time in the 3 Pro buds.
Redmi has announced a normal price of 349 yuan (~US$55) for its latest earphones, although they go for just 299 yuan ($47) during their introductory period. They come in white or black and will be available to order in China from June 11, 2021.