Redmi has teased two new audio merchandise that the Xiaomi sub-brand will unveil on September 30 as a part of its ‘Beat Drop’ occasion. The teaser was shared by Redmi India on Twitter. The tweet accommodates a brief clip that reveals there shall be two merchandise which might be seemingly two totally different types of true wi-fi (TWS) earphones, one with a stem design and the opposite with out. The Redmi Beat Drop occasion will happen on September 30 and a devoted web page on the official web site has been arrange for a similar as properly. Additionally it is potential that one of many two audio merchandise within the teaser is wired.
As per the tweet by Redmi India, the model shall be launching two audio merchandise at an occasion known as Redmi Beat Drop on September 30. The teaser exhibits wi-fi earphones that clearly appear to be TWS earphones. These are proven in a black color possibility which may be one of many a number of color selections at launch. The opposite audio product is somewhat complicated. It may both be TWS-style earphones with a stem design or wired earphones, the latter as a result of its form is kind of much like the Mi Twin Driver In-ear Earphones and the Mi Earphones. This one has black buds with a blue silicone tip.
The model has not shared what the 2 audio merchandise shall be known as, or any particulars on pricing and specs. Nevertheless, we can’t have to attend lengthy to get extra details about the identical.
In a separate tweet, the model launched a brand new color variant, blue, for the Redmi Earphones. These are actually obtainable in three color choices specifically, black, blue, and pink for Rs. 399. The Redmi Earphones with the brand new color possibility may be bought from the official website.
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