Xiaomi FlipBuds Pro headsets with ANC launched in China

    A new model that approaches the premium segment of headphones and distinguishes itself in the design with a metallic finish that leaves no one indifferent.

    Xiaomi just launched FlipBuds Pro in China such as its active noise-canceling (ANC) input headphones and a design reminiscent of Apple's Airpods Pro. A new model that approaches the premium segment of headphones and distinguishes itself in the design with a metallic finish that leaves no one indifferent. In fact, the Chinese company claims that the special finish is due to the NVCM nano-coating.

    Xiaomi FlipBuds Pro wireless headphones ANC and TWS

    The new Xiaomi headphones in addition to being ANC are also True Wireless Stereo (TWS)

    Xiaomi FlipBuds Pro are characterized by their audio Chipset Qualcomm QCC5151 com 11mm ultra dynamic audio drivers. They support Bluetooth 5.1 and the Chinese company is proud of the low latency that these headsets provide to players looking for a wireless experience.

    Xiaomi FlipBuds Pro Xiaomi supports gestures for switch between noise-canceling modes by long press, a single tap to pause, play and accept calls and a double tap to reject calls or go to the next song.

    The new Xiaomi FlipBuds Pro has the ability to quickly switch between smartphone and laptop with what is called Smart Dual Device Connection. In fact, it is possible to connect two pairs of FlipBuds at the same time to a smartphone or PC.

    Regarding noise cancellation, Chinese brand wireless headphones are able to block up to 40dB in advanced ANC mode. You can choose between three levels of ANC for day-to-day, office and travel.

    Xiaomi FlipBuds Pro is charged via a USB Type-C port or wireless charging system. Xiaomi claims that the box has 28 hours of autonomy and up to 7 hours of playback on a single charge. Thanks to fast charging a 5-minute housing to FlipBuds Pro can reach 2 hours of playback.

    FlipBuds Pro Specifications


    Black with NVCM nano metallic ‘mirror' coating.

    Gesture control

    One touch to pause, play and accept calls. Duplicate to reject the beginners or move on to the next song. Long press to switch between ANC mode.

    Active noise cancellation

    Other details

    Impedance: 16 ohms. Diaphragm: 11 mm.


    Bluetooth 5.2. 10m connectivity radius.


    USB Type-C or wireless charging via the case. Fast charging of 5 minutes for 2 hours of playback.


    Up to approximately 28 hours. 7 hours of continuous playback. Availability and prices

    It is not known when or if FlipBuds will arrive globally, but the launch will be on May 21 in China. The price is around $99 at the yuan exchange rate.

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