Xiaomi Mi In-Ear Headphones Pro HD launched in India at 1,999 INR


Xiaomi have announced another accessory for the Indian market in the Mi In-Ear Headphones Pro HD earphones. The earphones will be available to buyers in the country for 1,999 INR or roughly $30.

Xiaomi’s accessories, especially power banks and earphones, enjoy a huge popularity in India. These earphones, on the higher-end of Xiaomi’s accessory spectrum in India (pricing-wise) are all set to go on sale in the country via it’s own site mi.com at 12 noon.

The earphones come come with in-line mic and controls which will allow you to play/pause/change the soundtrack.

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The Mi In-Ear Headphones Pro HD are an upgraded version of the previously launched Mi In-Ear Headphones Pro that were announced for 1,399 INR ($21).

The product page talks about the Pro HD as: “The dual-dynamic driver keeps the bass and mid tones mellow, and is made with graphene material that pumps out sounds with fuller and richer details. The balanced armature driver retains the rich details of the high notes for the main melody, so you get to experience tri-band equalization effect. Now it feels almost like you’re close to nature.”

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6 Comments

  1. HBK
    March 9, 2017

    Why cant they give good braided wire from top to bottom. These rubbery wires from piston 3 and hybrid worn out in less than an year. It feels like they intentionally force you to replace it every year. Which is BS. Because we can buy better sounding Sennhieser earbuds for double the price and get 2 year warranty.

    • willysson
      March 10, 2017

      My biggest gripe too!

  2. Oscar
    March 9, 2017

    Xiaomi or Meizu need to do a decent ANC earphone something like the Bose QC20.

  3. Guest
    March 9, 2017

    Why cant they give good braided wire from top to bottom. These rubbery wires from piston 3 and hybrid worn out in less than an year. It feels like they intentionally force you to replace it every year. Which is BS. Because we can buy better sounding Sennhieser earbuds for double the price and get 2 year warranty.

    • Guest
      March 10, 2017

      My biggest gripe too!

  4. Guest
    March 9, 2017

    Xiaomi or Meizu need to do a decent ANC earphone something like the Bose QC20.