Xiaomi Mi SuperBass wireless headphones coming to India on July 15

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Xiaomi is all set to announce a new product on July 15, the Amazon Prime Day. In partnership with Amazon, the Chinese giant is all set to unveil its new over-ear headphones in India. Currently, its audio range doesn’t include an over-ear headphone offering. These new Mi SuperBass wireless headphones are said to fill that void, starting July 15. Let’s talk about the headphones in brief below.

Mi SuperBass Wireless Headphones – What to expect?

As per the teaser posted on Twitter and Amazon landing page of Prime Day sale, the Mi SuperBass headphones are said to offer massive “20 hours of Epic Battery Life”. Plus, the new set of wireless headphones will pack a 40mm dynamic driver. 

Xiaomi teases some interesting pain points as far as the audio experience is concerned. Starting with the bass experience, the new Mi SuperBass, as the name suggests, is said to offer incredible bass experience. With said deep and impactful bass output, expect your gaming, movies, workout, and music experience to be perfect. 

The faster connectivity and improved range are promised on these new Mi SuperBass wireless headphones. Usually, the Bluetooth connectivity is slow on most wireless headphones. But here Xiaomi teases faster Bluetooth connectivity. Plus, the no sound quality loss promise. 

The final pain point that Xiaomi’s new Mi SuperBass headphones address is the battery life. The brand teases 20 hours of battery life for uninterrupted music experience. Note that the launch day offer might be valid only for Amazon Prime members only, as per the landing page, shared by Xiaomi. 

What do you guys think of the all-new Mi SuperBass Wireless Headphones from Xiaomi? Let us know in the comment section below. 

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