- Both wireless headphones offer noise cancellation and large audio drivers.
- The Redmi Buds 4 is priced for CNY 199/ $30.
- The Redmi Buds 4 Pro with 360-degree audio retails at CNY 369 / $55.
Both the vanilla and the Pro version come with an IP54 dust and water-resistant rating and noise reduction. There is no mention of active noise cancellation or ANC, so, it is safe to say these headphones rely on a broader type of noise reduction technology of the company. The Pro model blocks up to 43dB of outside noise and 35dB for the non-Pro.
Advantages of Redmi Buds 4 Pro
In terms of connectivity, the more expensive Pro earbuds is equipped with Bluetooth 5.3 and up to LC3 audio codec while the Buds 4 Pro gets SBC and AAC only. Additionally, the Redmi Buds Pro boasts 360-degree virtual surround sound and HiFi certification. The latency on the headphones is rated at 59ms, which makes it suitable for playing immersive games.
Moreover, the Pro earbuds features a stem-based design as opposed to the typical rounded of the Redmi Buds 4. Users can expect a longer battery life of up to 36 hours using a case on the Pro compared to 30 hours for the base model.
Pricing and availability of Redmi Buds 4, Buds 4 Pro
Getting the Redmi Buds 4 Pro will cost you 369 yuan or $55 which is almost double the Redmi Buds 4 at 199 yuan (~$30). The color options for the Pro include black or white, while the non-Pro gets light blue or white variants. Availability for the two TWS starts this end of May in China with global release expected later this year.
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