Xiaomi launches its first auditory conduction headphones in the global market

The new Xiaomi OpenWear Stereo have a 10-millimeter driver, IP54 water resistance and an autonomy of 38.5 hours using the charging case

Xiaomi launches its first auditory conduction headphones in the global market
The Xiaomi OpenWear Stereo will be available in two colors: black and white

Over the last few weeks, the Chinese giant Xiaomi is expanding its already extensive catalog of products for the global market with tremendously interesting new devices such as a desk lamp that can be disassembled to use as a flashlight and that has a 2,000 mAh battery that promises up to 40 hours of autonomy.

In this sense, we have just learned that the Chinese giant has globally launched its first auditory conduction headphones, Xiaomi OpenWear Stereo that arrive to compete head-to-head with the HUAWEI FreeClip.

This is everything you need to know about the Xiaomi OpenWear Stereo

Recently, Lei Jun, CEO of Xiaomi, published a post on X, the social network formerly known as Twitter, in which he officially confirmed the arrival of the Xiaomi OpenWear Stereo to international markets.

In the image that accompanies the aforementioned post, which we leave you on these lines, you can see that the Xiaomi OpenWear Stereo will be available in two color options: black and white and that they bet on a design in the form of a rounded hook that is placed in the external area of the ears, without entering the ear canal.

In terms of their specifications, these Xiaomi hearing headphones are equipped with custom 17 x 12 millimeter drivers and DLC diaphragms, support the LHDC codec and high-resolution audio, and have a 10-millimeter sound reduction technology that prevents sound from leaking out of the device.

Likewise, the Xiaomi OpenWear Stereo have IP54 water resistance, two microphones that reduce external noise in calls and a battery that promises an autonomy of 7.5 hours on a single charge and 38.5 hours using its case.

At the moment, Xiaomi has not confirmed either the launch date in Europe or the price of the Xiaomi OpenWear Stereo outside China, but everything seems to indicate that they will arrive on the global market very soon for a price close to 100 euros, since in China they cost about 80 euros at the exchange rate.



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