Xiaomi will launch its next pair of noise-cancelling TWS earbuds on May 13, 2021
Xiaomi may refer to its latest audio peripherals as the "Mi Noise Cancelling Headphones Pro" (according to Google Translate, at least); however, they ostensibly have a charging case, which has been revealed to be styled after the latest form of the OEM's logo.
The company may introduce this look as an "arc design" which has been refined with precision to match its new brand identity (outlined in exhaustive detail during the recent Mi 11 Ultra/Mi Mix Fold product event). As for the devices contained within, they are projected to succeed the Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 Pro .
Those higher-end TWS earbuds had 3-mic hybrid active noise cancellation (ANC) with decently large 12 millimeter (mm) liquid-crystal polymer dynamic coil drivers that connected to an owner's smartphone via Bluetooth 5.0. Therefore, the Mi Noise Cancelling Headphones Pro might be expected to at least match these specs on their imminent launch.
Xiaomi has given no hint as to its new earbuds' price yet; however, for reference, the Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 Pro started at 699 yuan (~US$109). Their possible upgrades are currently thought to cost at least as much on their own release.