Redmi SonicBass wireless earphones with up to 12 hours battery life launched in India at Rs 999

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Xiaomi has launched its first Redmi branded neckband style wireless earphones in India. The company at an online event announced the Redmi SonicBass wireless earphones in India. Revealed earlier in our neighbouring country, Nepal, these new earphones from the house of Xiaomi comes to India Today. 

They are priced at Rs 999 and will be going on sale in the country starting today at 2 PM. You can purchase them on Flipkart and Mi online store. Let’s talk about the specifications and features in detail below. 

Redmi SonicBass wireless earphones – Specs and Features

The all-new Redmi earphones bring yet another neckband style to the portfolio of Xiaomi. Last year, Xiaomi unveiled its Mi Neckband Wireless earphones in competition to the realme buds wireless. Unfortunately, they weren’t up to the competition’s battery life or IP rating. 

In essentially new iteration of the Mi Neckband, these Redmi SonicBass earphones bring a battery life of up to 12 hours on a single charge. Xiaomi claims that its Redmi branded Bluetooth earphones come with superior sound and pro bass. Speaking about the Bluetooth, they are supported by Bluetooth 5.0 devices, which means better and farther connectivity. 

Talking about the driver size, they are powered by a 9.2mm drivers on each bud. With an IP rating of IPX4, they are claimed to be sweat and splash resistance. This means it can be a perfect partner on your workout sessions. Staying healthy and fit is all one could think of these days, and Redmi SonicBass could be your partner. Listen to those motivational soundtracks and speeches while you workout. 

What do you guys think of the all-new Redmi wireless earphones in India? Let us know in the comment section below. 

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