Xiaomi Buds 3T Pro launch with LHDC 4.0 high-resolution audio and Qi wireless charging support for €169
Xiaomi has released the Buds 3T Pro, a pair of earbuds launched alongside the likes of the Xiaomi 12 and Xiaomi 12 Pro. Available in Carbon Black and Gloss White, the Buds 3T Pro comes with a colour-matched charging case, a USB Type-C cable and four sets of ear tips. Unmistakenly, the Buds 3T Pro look like a cross between the AirPods 2 and AirPods Pro.
Regardless, the Buds 3T Pro supports Bluetooth 5.2, are IP55 certified and have 10 mm drivers. Additionally, the earbuds support the LHDC 4.0 codec. You can read more about what the LHDC codec offers on Savitech's website. In short, LHDC is an alternative to Qualcomm aptX and Sony LDAC.
According to Xiaomi, the Buds 3T Pro should last up to 6 hours between charges with active noise cancellation (ANC) activated, or 24 hours if you include the charging case. For reference, each earbud has a 38 mAh battery that Xiaomi complements with a 480 mAh battery in the bundled charging case. For some reason, the earbuds take 70 minutes to reach full charge over a wired connection; Xiaomi has not confirmed how long it will take to recharge the earbuds using a Qi wireless charger.
Xiaomi will start selling the Buds 3T Pro from today for €169 in the Eurozone. The earbuds will be orderable from Xiaomi directly or through third-party retailers like Amazon.