Source: Apoorva Bhardwaj / Android Central
Xiaomi has a rich heritage in audio. Over the years, the Chinese manufacturer introduced a thriving ecosystem of audio products, including headphones, in-ear headphones, and Bluetooth devices. Xiaomi is now turning its attention to the true wireless category, and with the manufacturer diversifying its products across Mi and Redmi series, we have clear-cut differentiation between the two lines.
Essentially, Redmi products are targeted at the entry-level segment, with the Mi series focused on the mid-tier and premium categories. The Redmi Earbuds S debuted globally as the AirDots S, and they’re now available in India for just ₹1,799 ($24). The low pricing is quintessential Xiaomi: the brand is lowering the barrier to entry for true wireless earbuds, and that makes them accessible to a wider audience.
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