Xiaomi Mi Superbass Wireless Headphones India launch set for July 15th

Mi Superbass Wireless Headphones

“The Xiaomi Mi Superbass Wireless over-the-ear headphones pack 40mm dynamic driver and are claimed to last up to 20 hours on a single charge”

Earlier this month, Xiaomi teased the launch of five new products to mark its fifth anniversary in India. Now, the Chinese brand confirmed the Mi Superbass Wireless over-the-ear headphones would be released on July 15th. The new Mi Superbass Wireless headphones will be available for purchase through Amazon.in during the Prime Day sale as well as via Mi.com. The teaser image claims they can last up to 20 hours on a single charge and packs 40mm dynamic driver. However, we should know more details about the Mi Superbass Wireless headphones, including price and complete specifications and features next week. To recall, the brand has already launched the Mi Trimmer in the country last month and Mi Truck builder on July 2nd, with the Redmi K20 and Redmi K20 Pro already set to launch on July 17th.

Mi Water TDS Tester
Xiaomi claims water TDS Tester can detect TDS of up to 9990 and it comes with IPX6 waterproof body

Separately, Xiaomi also confirmed the Mi Water TDS Tester would be up for crowdfunding starting July 23rd. The company claims it can detect TDS of up to 9990 quickly. It comes with IPX6 waterproof body, rocks a temperature sensor, be powered by a low-power chip, and uses two replaceable button cells. It’s possible that Xiaomi might also launch the water purifier in India sometime in the future.

Apart from these, Xiaomi also teased neckband headphones and Mi Rechargeable lamp. The former comes with a tangle-free wire, light-weight design at 35 grams, in-line controls and offer up to seven hours of battery on a single charge. While the latter delivers 4500k, 3200k and 2600k colour temperature options with 10 lumens brightness. It has a 2,000mAh battery and claimed to offer four hours of battery life at maximum brightness. Lastly, Xiaomi will also be launching a fast charging adapter that could either be the 36W or the 27W Mi USB chargers, which are already available in China.

Sai Krishna is a close follower of tech and everything that has the word 'smart' involved. This makes him passionate to write about everything revolving around the world of technology. He can always be seen surfing the web and while he’s not working, you can find him re-watching Seinfeld and reading comics.
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