Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro, Watch S1 Pro Go Official at MWC 2023

Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro, Watch S1 Pro Go Official at MWC 2023

Aside from the Xiaomi 13 series (that includes the 13 Lite), and the crazy Electric Scooter 4 Ultra, two new premium ecosystem products were also revealed as well with the Buds 4 Pro and Watch S1 Pro.

The Buds 4 Pro is Xiaomi’s top-end TWS earbuds, and they feature 11mm dual-magnet drivers that support Sony’s LDAC codec, which means that they are certified for Hi-Res Audio Wireless as well.

They also come with dimensional audio that can be activated via the Xiaomi Earbuds app for spatial audio. The Buds 4 Pro also has class-leading noise cancellation that can filter up to 48db of noise–and has varying noise cancellation modes to suit your needs.

Xiaomi also gave them excellent battery life too: up to 9 hours on a single charge with ANC off, and up to an impressive 38 hours with the battery case. Aside from those features, they support Google Fast Pair and have an IP54 rating.

On the other hand, the Watch S1 Pro is the brand’s most premium smartwatch, featuring sapphire glass protecting the 1.47-inch AMOLED display. It has a unibody body that’s made from stainless steel and weighs under 50 grams.

Strap options include either a sporty TPU one or a more luxurious leather strap. Adding to its premium appeal is the crown on the upper right side of the case for controlling the majority of the Watch S1 Pro’s functions.

You get features like a built-in microphone and speaker, 5ATM water resistance, GPS, NFC, and tracking for heart rate, SpO2, sleep, and more.

Despite being a smartwatch, Xiaomi claims that the Watch S1 Pro’s 500mAh battery can last up to 14 days of use. Making it interesting is that you can charge it wirelessly on select Xiaomi phones like the Xiaomi 13 series.

The Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro are priced at 249 Euros or around Php 14.5k when converted, while the Watch S1 Pro is priced at 299 Euros (or Php 17.5k) for the TPU strap version and 329 Euros (or Php 19k) for the leather strap version.

There’s no word yet when both products will be made available to the Philippines, but expect pricing to be lower should they become official locally.

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