The Xiaomi FlipBuds Pro received reinforcements on Wednesday (28). Xiaomi wireless headphones became the first in the world to bring Snapdragon Sound, a set of Qualcomm technologies to improve the quality of wearables. The manufacturer also brought the lower latency mode to Redmi AirDots 3.
The novelty arrived in firmware version 184.108.40.206. By updating the brand’s headphones, users now have Snapdragon Sound, technology announced in March by Qualcomm. Among the improvements is music playback with sampling from 48kHz to 96kHz. Frequencies range from 16 kHz to 32 kHz in calls.
The headphones also have a lower latency of just 89 milliseconds. The novelty should mainly please the gamer audience, as it reduces the accessory’s response time. During the announcement, Qualcomm explained that the increment guarantees “greater immersion in games and a better video consumption experience”.
Redmi AirDots 3 Pro gain low latency mode
Xiaomi has also made enhancements available to owners of the Redmi AirDots 3 Pro. After updating their Bluetooth headsets, users will be able to activate a low-latency mode to improve the gaming experience. The response time, in this case, is 69 milliseconds. For now, the function is only available for the Chinese model.
The updates bring increments to the Chinese brand’s headphones. With noise-canceling up to 40 decibels, the Xiaomi FlipBuds Pro was unveiled in May in China. The device also has long battery life, Bluetooth 5.2, and aptX Adaptive. The suggested price of the gadget is 799 yuan.
The Xiaomi Redmi AirDots 3 Pro went public a few days later. The wireless headset also features noise-canceling, Bluetooth 5.2, long battery life, and wireless charging case, and a USB-C port. The global version of the wearable (Redmi Buds 3 Pro) was announced last week for US$60.