Earlier today (18th February 2021), a new trademark application from Xiaomi
According to an ITHome report, the trademark application from the Chinese tech giant was found in the Qicha app, which carried the registration for FlipBuds and FlipBuds Pro. This application arrived with international classification that included 9 types of scientific instruments, 7 types of mechanical equipment, 42 types of design research. These are likely the components and internal hardware that will be found in the company’s upcoming audio product.
At the moment, Xiaomi has launched various hearables products, with many of the offerings being wireless and connect via Bluetooth. Unfortunately, apart from the trademark application for the name of the product, no other finer details are available regarding the upcoming headphones. Although, we can make a few educated guesses. Looking at its name, the FlipBuds are also likely to be a truly wireless earbuds, which have recently grown in popularity.
The ‘Buds’ in the name is suggestive of its individual earpieces, which will arrive in two variants. Furthermore, the higher end Pro variant could arrive with features like active noise cancellation that might not be available in the base model. Unfortunately, this is just a speculation at this point so take this with a pinch of salt for now and stay tuned for more, as we will be providing updates when additional information is available.
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