Designs of the Redmi Buds 4 Lite surfaced online, let’s take a look

Xiaomi is getting ready to unveil its new series of reasonably priced wireless headphones. It comes after launching the Redmi Buds 4 and Redmi Buds 4 Pro earlier this year. Thanks to 91mobiles, Redmi Buds 4 Lite renderings are now accessible online.

As depicted in the illustrations, the Redmi Buds 4 Lite will be available in white, but additional color options are expected to be made available after launch. The stem and ear tips of this headset each have microphone ports.

The TWS headphones do not come with ear tips. The charging case includes two spaces for the headphones and has a simple appearance.

Even though the source only provides details on the design, the TWS headphones are rumored to feature gesture controls. It will also have features like rapid connection, voice assistant compatibility, noise isolation, and more. The Redmi Buds 4 Lite’s hardware specifications have not yet been released.

Since the Redmi Buds 4 Lite TWS earphones lack silicone ear tips, unlike the vanilla and Pro variants, passive noise cancellation is not an option with them. It is expected to have a better controller than Redmi 3 Buds lite.

We’ll have to wait to learn more about these competitively priced TWS earbuds since there isn’t much information regarding the Redmi Buds 4 Lite’s features.

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