Xiaomi Mi Super Bass headphones launched in India at Rs 1,799

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Xiaomi has launched its new pair of wireless headphones in India at the Amazon Prime Day Sale. The Mi Super Bass headphones would be available for purchase at special pricing of Rs 1,799 on Mi.com as well as on Amazon India. Let’s talk about the features of this headphone below. 

Mi Super Bass Headphones – Features

The brand highlights six important features of its new headphones, which address the pain points experienced by users. Starting with the battery life, the new Mi Super Bass is said to offer up to 20 hours of battery life. It shall allow you to listen up to 300 songs with no interruption. 

Moving to the music experience, as the name suggests, these headphones said to offer super powerful bass. The in-built 40mm dynamic driver promises deep and impactful audio experience. As far as the comfortability is concerned, it claims to offer pressure-less ear muffs. It shall reduce the strain on your ear. 

Black and Gold

Talking about the connectivity, the new Mi Super Bass headphones will come with Bluetooth 5.0 support. This technology offers wider and instant connectivity with the device. The voice assistant support makes it easier for you to command while connected with a headset. Listen to songs, watch movies, and make calls with all the convenience of voice assistance. 

Xiaomi headphones allow you to choose from your preference – wired or wireless experience, as per your needs. It weighs just 150 grams, they would be available in two choices – Black and Red, Black and Gold. 

What do you guys think of the new Mi Super Bass headphones in India? Let us know in the comment section below.  

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