Redmi Earbuds S seems to have four hours per charge, with an additional charging case provided, it could last up to 12 hrs. The earphones use 7.2 mm, drivers, with SBC codec with low-latency mode support. Redmi Earbuds S weighs only 4.1g each, making them one of the lightest wireless earphones available today. These earphones are IPX4-rated for water resistance.
Redmi Earbuds S supports all Android, iOS, Mac OS and Windows based devices with Bluetooth compatibility. When the earbuds are placed in the charging case, they will automatically start charging and it takes approximately 1.5 hours for a full charge.
You can charge the case, connect it to a power source through a micro USB cable. The indicator from the case will blink red while charging and turns off when fully charged. Please note that it takes approximately 2 hours for a full charge.
Remove both earbuds from the charging case simultaneously, and wait for 2–3 seconds for the earbuds to automatically connect with each other. Make sure the Bluetooth is enabled on your device. When the indicator of the left or right earbud slowly blinks white, search for “Redmi Earbuds S” on your device.
Availability & Price
The Redmi Earbuds S are very affordable like the Redmi Phones and are priced at ₹1799 ($24), making it very accessible to the youth. The earphones use Bluetooth 5.0 for connectivity. Currently, there is only one option of Black color. Redmi Earbuds S will be available via sale from May 27 on Amazon India, Mi.com, and Mi Stores.
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