In less than a year, Xiaomi has launched a host of true wireless headphones (Buds 3 / 3 Lite / 3 Pro / 3T Pro / Redmi Buds 4…), and this frantic pace does not seem to be slowing down. The Chinese giant presented a few days ago, along with its new Mix Fold 2 smartphone, its true wireless headphones Buds 4 Pro, which are positioned by their title as the brand’s latest high-end model, after the solid Buds 3T Pro.
The arrival of the Buds 4 Pro should not be seen as a major upheaval in the world of Xiaomi headphones, because their technical sheet is not revolutionary. The headphones are indeed equipped with the essential active noise reduction function (with the disproportionate promise of an attenuation of 48 dB over a frequency range of up to 4 kHz, to be taken with enormous tweezers) which retains its adaptive aspect , its three attenuation modes and always comes with an environment listening mode. This one benefits, however, from a third level compared to the Buds 3T Pro.
The new Buds 4 Pro also retain their 3D audio mode with head movement tracking, their three microphones per earphone (used for active noise reduction, environment listening mode and calls), their touch controls and their support for the LHDC 4.0 codec, but move to version 5.3 of Bluetooth. Once again, owners of compatible Xiaomi smartphones will have the exclusivity of many features and the chance to take advantage of simplified pairing and advanced settings options. That said, the manufacturer seems to be promoting a Xiaomi Earbuds application, which would open up an increased number of options for Android smartphones.
Xiaomi does not pour out on the sound capacities of its youngest, which we only know will be equipped with 11 mm speakers, certainly very different from the 10 mm speakers of the Buds 3T Pro. In any case, we hope that the manufacturer has done what is necessary to correct the small flaws of this latest model in order to shine among the best headphones on the market.
For the moment, the manufacturer has not announced the arrival of its latest in Europe. It is exclusively marketed in China for 999 yuan, which is around €145 after a raw conversion. Given the treatment reserved for previous Xiaomi headphones on the Old Continent, it is however a safe bet that they will soon be available in our regions.
Xiaomi Buds 3T Pro
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