They are called the Xiaomi Mi AirDots Youth Edition, are completely wireless, and include a charging case. The new Xiaomi AirDots Youth Edition is therefore particularly interesting due to their low price, which is the equivalent of only about 25 euros. It is possible to activate/deactivate voice assistant including the ability to play music, call answering, rejection and much more.
I mean, I can think of a few reasons why not, but Xiaomi generally makes pretty reliable consumer electronics, and the company's rock-bottom prices have disrupted other markets, like fitness trackers.
The Chinese electronics manufacturer Xiaomi has launched its AirDots earbuds in China today which go against the Apple Airpods and offer similar functionality. It is available for pre-order in China on Xiaomi Mall, Xiaomi Youpin, Tmall, Jingdong, and Suning.
The new Xiaomi AirDots Youth Edition is based on the current Bluetooth 5.0 standard, which enables, among other things, a more stable connection to the smartphone. Last but not least, "special 7.2mm three magnetic coils" chamber is supposed to take care of the deeper lows for an improved audio experience. A total of three charges can be made from the compact case, providing up to 12 hours of listening power, albeit interrupted.
When kept inside the charging box, the headsets are turned off automatically and are instantly put on charging. The AirDots Youth Edition can provide a continuous music playback of up to four hours.