Xiaomi Necklace Bluetooth earphones with in-ear design go official in China

“The Necklace Bluetooth earphones are said to be lightweight, comfortable, and offer up to 7-hours of battery back up”

Xiaomi has announced a new Necklace Bluetooth Earphones Youth Version on its home soil, China. The earphones seem to be a trimmed down version of the brand’s previously launched Bluetooth Collar earphone. Xiaomi claims that the new Necklace Bluetooth Earphones are lightweight and have a durable battery with fast charging support. The earphones come with a semi in-ear design which should make it comfortable to wear.


Xiaomi Necklace Bluetooth Earphones specifications, price

The Necklace Bluetooth earphones are being offered in two shades: Classic Black and Fashion Orange. The collar part of the device offers a soft rubber finish that has battery housed inside along with other circuits. With a 137mAh Li-on battery, the earphones weigh 35 grams. “The cell battery on the product can last up to 7 hours with just an hour of charge,” says Xiaomi.

The new Xiaomi earphones offer music on the go with its Bluetooth 4.1 connectivity that can work in a range of up to 10 meters from the connected device. Moving on, the company claims that the wireless headphones with their hardware composition deliver stereo sound. All the physical buttons, including the volume rocker, are placed on the right end of the neck band.

Coming to the price, the Xiaomi Necklace Bluetooth Earphones bear a price tag of RMB 169 (~Rs 1,700). As mentioned above, it comes in just two colour variants. The headphones are available for pre-orders in the country via Xiaomi Mall, Jingdong, Tmall, Xiaomi home and other online channels. Consumers outside China can also order the earphones from GearBest for $39.99 (~Rs 3,000). The vendor is yet to bring its wireless earphones category to India.

Ashish is one of the youngest members of 91mobiles, and a recent tech geek convert. When he's not churning out articles, you’ll find him watching sports or binging TV shows. He listens to John Mayer when beating Delhi traffic.
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