Redmi AirDots vs Galaxy Buds: which is better?
By Fields Corrielus 2019-09-10 3109 0
Redmi AirDots vs Galaxy Buds: appearance
Want to listen to music in the gym with sportswear, news on your way to work wearing social models or enjoying a podcast walking along the beach? No problem for anyone for Galaxy Buds or Redmi AirDots.
Both models are very discreet and look a bit like the electronic dots used by journalists and TV presenters. The Xiaomi Redmi AirDots only has one color option, black. The Samsung headphones can be found in yellow, white and black.
Redmi AirDots vs Galaxy Buds: specs
Charging box battery
Android 5.0 or higher
Android or iOS
Yellow, white and black
The Galaxy Buds have the data transfer made by the newest generation of Bluetooth, the 5.0, and the sound is AKG, a brand known for audio quality. Another detail is the use of Samsung's Bixby virtual assistant. However, it is only available in Spanish, Italian and English.
The Galaxy Buds are fully compatible with the new Galaxy S10 and also with other smartphones that have any Android version from the 5.0.
The Bluetooth 5.0 is also used by Redmi AirDots, which has drivers with 7.2 millimeters, plus a new signal processor (DSP) that promises to attenuate the ambient noise.
In addition, the model is compatible with virtual assistants such as Siri on iPhone (iOS) or Google Assistant on Android.
Redmi AirDots vs Galaxy Buds: control
Redmi AirDots users can pause or play a song just by touching the headset, or activate the personal wizard with two exchanges on the device.
On the other hand, Galaxy Buds allow you to quickly change the audio focus to the environment without having to take the headphones out of your ear, because the device has a dual microphone, one on the inside and one on the outside in each headset and adapts its volume according to the external conditions.
Redmi AirDots vs Galaxy Buds: battery life
Six hours of uninterrupted music (or five for call) is Samsung's promise of battery life for Galaxy Buds. In addition, it is possible to charge the device just by putting it back in the little box, which works as a kind of power bank with two full charges for the headphones.
To recharge the case, you can use the Galaxy S10 itself, using the reverse charging function. To do this, simply touch the case on the back of the device.
The autonomy of the Redmi AirDots is a little less, four hours for audio reproduction, and, like the competing model, can be recharged in the box itself. With the case battery, the battery life is increased to 12 hours until you see the socket again.
Redmi AirDots vs Galaxy Buds: price
Redmi AirDots cost $22.99 and Samsung Galaxy Buds is $149.99.
There is no doubt that both are excellent products. The connectivity of Galaxy Buds with the new Galaxy S10 puts him in front of the rival for those who have the new smartphone model from Samsung. For the general public, the lower price of Redmi AirDots can be a decisive differential.
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