Xiaomi Buds 4 with Bluetooth 5.3, LHDC 5.0 and ANC announced

Along with the Xiaomi 13 series phones, Xiaomi also introduced the Xiaomi Buds 4, the company’s latest half-in-ear buds, after the launch of Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro in August. These feature Xiaomi’s customized graphene dual magnetic drivers and dynamic adaptive EQ compensation that promise a stable and consistent sound quality.

These feature Bluetooth 5.3 and new LHDC 5.0 as well as Hi-Res Audio that promise an astonishing audio in high-definition and with low-distortion.  The case features a “space capsule” design, and earbuds can be snapped back into its place for easy storage.

It promises a secure fit and comfortable time for prolonged wearing. Furthermore, there is adaptive active noise-cancelling for a real-time adjustment for different levels of noise-cancelling by recognizing ambient unwanted noise. The new “independent spatial audio” offer on-device computing capabilities.

Xiaomi Buds 4 Specifications
  • Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity
  • Supported Codec: SBC/AAC/LHDC 5.0 for sampling rate that is as high as 192KHz
  • Graphene dual-magnetic dynamic drivers, Hi-Fi audio, Spatial Audio
  • Half-in-ear 60° angled design for precise comfort
  • Adaptive active noise cancellation (ANC)
  • 3Mic + AI call noise reduction that can even cut 32.4km/h wind noise
  • Dynamic self-adaptive EQ
  • Dual device smart connection
  • Dust and water resistant (IP54) for earbuds, IPX4 for the case
  • Dimensions: 18.62×30.68×19.70mm; Weight: 4.4g
  • 35mAh battery in the buds offers 6h battery life (ANC off); 480mAh battery in the case offers 30h (ANC off) / 20h (ANC ON) battery life, 10 minutes
    charge offers 2.5 hours of playback
Pricing and availability

The Xiaomi Buds 4 comes in Black, White and Green colours and is priced at 699 yuan (US$ 100 / Rs. 8,280 approx.) and is already on sale in China.


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