Redmi Buds 4 Pro Review Philippines: Decent Budget HiFi TWS Earbuds. Xiaomi buds 4 pro

Redmi Buds 4 Pro Review Philippines: Decent Budget HiFi TWS Earbuds

While the Redmi line of products is usually associated with Xiaomi’s affordable line, the Buds 4 Pro is an interesting offering for bringing over support for wireless HiRes Audio with LDAC support at an under Php 4k price point. Paired with a clean, premium design and ANC, the Redmi Buds 4 Pro looks very impressive on paper–but do they deliver the goods?


Like most TWS earbuds we’ve reviewed so far, the Redmi Buds 4 Pro has a pebble-shaped case that has an LED light in front and a USB-C port at the bottom. There’s a button beside the USB-C port for pairing the TWS earbuds, while the Redmi branding is placed in the back and not in the front.

The buds themselves have a pea-shaped design with a set of microphones on top and beside the drivers, and a metallic strip on the body for the touch controls. The grille for the drivers is made from metal, making the Redmi Buds 4 Pro look premium for their price. They come with wear-detection sensors as well, which disconnect from audio and pause the music once you take them off your ears.

User Interface and Fit

While you do get a pairing button on the case, the Redmi Buds 4 Pro have a quick pairing feature when you set them up with a Xiaomi device. Once you open up the case, our Xiaomi 11T Pro detected the Redmi Buds 4 Pro with a graphic interface and confirming the pairing setup gave us a quick overview of the battery life of both earbuds and the case.

Going through the settings, you get a toggle for LDAC for improved audio streaming via Bluetooth. Unlike the usual SBC and AAC codecs, LDAC allows you to stream audio via Bluetooth at up to 990 kbps at 24 bit/96 kHz, which is significantly higher than the maximum 328kbps bandwidth that you get with SBC codecs. That translates to high-quality audio, but using LDAC has its limitations: unless you have HiRes audio tracks or your audio streaming app supports 24-bit HiRes audio like Apple Music, you would not really maximize the benefits of LDAC.

Aside from LDAC, the Redmi Buds 4 Pro allows you to connect up to two devices, letting you transfer from your phone to your laptop easily without the need to manually reconnect from one device to another. We tried the feature by pairing it with two different phones, and the Redmi Buds 4 Pro gets the job done quite well.

Since they are a budget pair of TWS earbuds, you don’t get any flexibility in changing the controls: the touch panels only respond to commands for toggling ANC, pausing music, and skipping tracks, which are just the essential functions you’ll really need. You have a generous space for the touch controls, so you’ll not be frustrated at the Redmi Buds 4 Pro not registering your taps.

Despite packing a dual driver setup and multiple microphones, the Redmi Buds 4 Pro remains to be sleek when wearing them. You only get a small amount of protrusion for the stems, which is necessary for the mics and for easier interaction with the touch controls. We did not need to change the installed silicone tips, and they fit fine. The seal may not be as great as more expensive TWS earbuds, but you’ll have peace of mind knowing that they will not fall off your ears when you use them for casual walking, jogging, or for workouts at the gym.

Audio Quality and Battery Life

Being touted as a pair of TWS earbuds for HiFi audio, the crowning feature of the Redmi Buds 4 Pro is its dual dynamic driver setup that comprises a 10mm aluminum driver and a 6mm titanium driver. It’s rare to see a pair of under Php 4k TWS earbuds to have a dual driver setup, and it does deliver in giving a really good soundstage. Single-driver setups usually have difficulties balancing the lows, mids, and highs, and the addition of another driver does help in delivering a fuller overall audio quality.

To test out the Redmi Buds 4 Pro’s HiFi Audio capabilities, we listened to a few tracks on Apple Music that have native Lossless encoding and enabled LDAC to determine if these budget TWS earbuds deliver what they promise. We listened to Seulgi’s new solo album and Daft Punk’s critically acclaimed album Random Access Memories, and the Redmi Buds 4 Pro does deliver what it promises–but with a few caveats.

You see, since LDAC utilizes a wider streaming bandwidth than the usual SBC or AAC codecs, it is prone to connection drops when you use the Redmi Buds 4 Pro in crowded areas where its Bluetooth connection has to contend with a plethora of wireless connections happening within the area. The connection drops were noticeable as I was walking around our neighborhood during rush hour. It’s not a flaw of the Redmi Buds 4 Pro, but rather it is a limitation associated with LDAC.

As for its other feature, the Redmi Buds 4 Pro boasts of ANC that can filter up to 43db of noise and does so in three stages. There’s no actual way to pick the ANC mode–the TWS earbuds do the thinking on which ANC mode is appropriate for where you are. Being automated, getting the right ANC mode can be a hit-or-miss affair. It would have been better if the Redmi Buds 4 Pro came with a companion app that lets you tweak its ANC settings to that it can best showcase its noise-canceling claims.

When it comes to its battery life, the Redmi Buds 4 Pro was able to last us for 5.5 hours of straight use, which was enough for around 3 movies with them before putting them back into the case. The case charges via USB-C, and it takes around two hours to fully charge the case.

Wrap-up and Conclusions

If you are looking for a pair of TWS earbuds that are capable of wireless HiFi audio at a palatable price, the Redmi Buds 4 Pro is your best pick in the Philippines. While its ANC feature is not polished, you’ll be hard-pressed to find any TWS earbuds at under Php 4K that can actually bring out the best of lossless audio with its LDAC codec.

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The Redmi Buds 4 Pro is priced at Php 3,999. They are available at Authorized Xiaomi stores nationwide.

Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro: Premium in-ears now in Germany

Xiaomi presented some exciting technology highlights at the Mobile Word Congress (MWC). These include not only the presentation of a new e-scooter and the announced release of the Xiaomi 13 in Germany. On top of that, the Chinese tech company announced a new pair of true-wireless in-ears, the Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro. These are said to offer not only active noise cancellation, but also Hi-Res audio as well as an enduring battery life.

Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro offer ANC up to 48 dB

Similar to many other products from Xiaomi, the Chinese tech company also tested its latest premium in-ears on the domestic market first. Apparently, the true-wireless headphones equipped with ANC and other technical gadgets were very well received in China. At least, the company has now decided to bring the promising in-ears to retailers in this country as well. Xiaomi announced this during the MWC. The rather high price of just under 250 Euros might scare off some potential buyers.

Given the impressive features, however, the Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro seem to be worth every penny. For one thing, there’s the active noise cancellation. Since this is now offered even by entry-level models, this might not lure anyone out from behind the stove at first glance. However, the tech company wants to have improved the ANC technology so much that you should be able to enjoy pleasant silence even with ambient noise up to a volume of 48 dB. On the other hand, the built-in microphones can of course be used to amplify ambient noise. A total of three different transparency modes are available for this.

Hi-Res audio and 3D sound

Of course, Xiaomi also promises the best of the best when it comes to sound. Should the manufacturer put into practice what is written on paper, this seems to be quite realistic. Among other things, the LDAC developed by Sony is on board. Thanks to this technology, transfer rates of up to 990 kb/s should be possible. Furthermore, the premium in-ears offer Hi-Res Audio Wireless in addition to 3D sound. In order to perfectly adapt the three-dimensional sound to the listener, the headphones should probably be able to track the head movements.

Those who like to adjust their sound individually via equalizer and make specific settings to ANC must bring an Android device. After all, the Apple App Store does not yet offer the Xiaomi Earbuds app. Possibly because of fear of too much competition with the Airpods Pro? In terms of battery life, Xiaomi gives impressive values. Together with the fully charged carrying or charging case, a total of 38 hours of music playback is supposed to be possible. In turn, a pair of headphones is said to offer 9 hours of playback on a full charge.

Price and Availability

Should you be interested in the new Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro, you can strike now. Xiaomi is offering the premium in-ears on its own website at an MSRP of 249.99 euros.

Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro review: Great buds that cost too much

The Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro earbuds offer a nice design and comfortable fit, but they struggle to overcome their expensive price given the competition.


First-party earbuds are all the range. Xiaomi has built a number of its own first-party earbuds now, and the company is now on its fourth generation. The Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro are built to deliver a premium listening experience and a comfortable fit, and as such, they come at a decently high price.

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At £240 or €240, there’s a ton of competition, meaning that the earbuds have to beat out the likes of the new Nothing Ear (2) earbuds, options from Samsung and Sony, and yes, the Airpods Pro.

How well do they compete? I’ve been using the Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro to find out.

Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro design

The Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro are generally well-designed and highly portable. They have a stem design like the Airpods, and have interchangeable ear tips for a more secure fit.

I really like the overall look. I’m reviewing a chrome model, however, the buds are also available in black and gold, among other colors that seem to vary by region.

The earbuds have squeeze controls, like the Airpods, which is great to see more companies copying Apple here. These controls allow you to control playback, but unfortunately, you can’t control volume — you’ll have to reach for your device for that.

The charging case looks great too. It’s very portable, which is great to see, and even smaller than the already portable Airpods Pro. It features a USB-C port for charging found on the bottom of the charging case, and opens up at the front, revealing the buds that sit magnetically in the case. The charging case also supports Qi wireless charging — a necessity, especially at this price.

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Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro features and battery

The real promise of first-party earbuds has to do with the features on offer, and thankfully these earbuds aren’t light on features. The earbuds work with the Xiaomi Earbuds App, and that’s how you’ll unlock the range of features on offer here.

For starters, the Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro support noise cancellation, and it’s pretty good. There are a hefty six noise cancellation levels here, so you can really dial in the amount of ANC that works for you. There are also a few different levels of transparency mode, which also works decently — though it’s not as impressive as on the Airpods, for example.

From the app, you can also tweak the controls, see the battery life, and so on. Unfortunately, there is one major feature missing — there’s no way to tweak the EQ. This is an important feature that some companies have been missing, including Apple, and I wish it was more common. It’s one of the things I love most about the Nothing Ear (2) earbuds.

Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro comfort

The Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro offer a very comfortable fit. The earbuds are designed in a way that they should fit snugly in most ears, without feeling too big or intrusive, plus they fit securely enough to remain in your ears even with moderate movement.

While companies are clearly taking design cues from Apple, I’m glad it’s leading to more earbuds offering a comfortable and secure fit.

Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro sound

Thankfully, the Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro earbuds offer solid audio quality, and while I did miss the lack of EQ, most will be perfectly happy with what’s on offer here.

For starters, the bass response is quite strong. In general, the low frequencies were able to deliver powerful kick drums and smooth bass guitars. Really, the low frequency response was one of the highlights of the audio quality here.

The mids were relatively well-tuned, however, there was a somewhat boosted high mid response, which I didn’t love. It wasn’t terrible, by any means, and most won’t even notice it.

The highs are a little muted. There’s some detail and clarity, however, I would have liked to see better high-end extension and a little more clarity overall.

Generally, the Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro offer a well-tuned frequency response, and while a little better high-end response would have been nice, most will be able to look past that.


The Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro earbuds are a solid option. They look great, fit comfortably, and offer a good audio quality overall. But they’re also relatively expensive, and go up against tough competition.

The competition

The biggest competition right now comes from the Nothing Ear (2) earbuds, which are cheaper, and, frankly, better. The Nothing Ear (2) earbuds are among the best options, and come at only 150. Apple users should also consider the Apple Airpods Pro, thanks to their excellent automatic switching tech and seamless integration with Apple devices.

Should I buy the Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro?

No. You should buy the Nothing Ear (2) earbuds or Airpods Pro instead.

Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro review: great sound and high-quality noise cancellation

Three noise cancelling modes, 6-stage manual noise cancellation and transparency mode, support for LDAC, SBC, AAC and LHDC 4.0, as well as Bluetooth 5.3. This is all about Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro.

With smartphone manufacturers increasingly abandoning the 3.5mm headphone jack, it’s no surprise that more and more mobile phone manufacturers are entering the wireless Bluetooth headset market. Of course, most experts and users still consider Apple Airpods to be the benchmark for wireless headphones. But this is not always the case. Other manufacturers of TWS headphones are not standing still either, and offer really interesting devices.

What makes Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro interesting

Of course, the Chinese company Xiaomi is among them. Those who associate Xiaomi Buds headphones with cheap “Chinese” will have to change their approach to gadgets from this manufacturer. Almost a year after the release of the fully wireless Xiaomi Buds 3 Pro headphones, the Beijing-based electronics giant is releasing a new Bluetooth headset with noise cancellation – Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro. This is a truly top-of-the-line model. Workmanship, appearance, functionality – everything indicates that this is the flagship product of the Chinese brand.

The gadget has better sound quality and handling than the previous generation, as well as the industry’s strongest intelligent active noise cancellation by 48 dB and improved independent spatial sound. In addition, we have a 6-stage manual noise reduction system and a transparency mode, 3 noise reduction modes. Special attention should be paid to the support of LDAC, SBC, AAC and LHDC 4.0 technologies. The wireless headphones can be connected to mobile devices using Bluetooth 5.3 technology. Add to that high-quality sound, excellent microphones and an ultra-light weight of just 5G.

For €250, Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro offers high-quality streaming, active noise cancellation, long battery life, surround sound, and head position tracking. After a few days of testing, I can confidently call Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro a balanced, versatile headset. Are you intrigued? So let’s take a closer look at the new TWS headphones from Xiaomi.

Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro specifications

First, let’s take a look at the specifications and functionality of Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro.

  • Type: True Wireless Stereo (TWS)
  • Connection interface: Bluetooth 5.3
  • Speakers: 11 mm, with neodymium magnet
  • Frequency range: 20 – 20,000 Hz
  • Resistance: 32 ohms
  • Microphone: narrow directional
  • Microphone frequency range: 100 – 10,000 Hz
  • Sensitivity:.48 dB
  • Support for ultra-high definition protocols: LHDC 4.0 and 96kHz high-definition audio, SBC, AAC, LDAC (Hi-Res Audio Wireless certification)
  • Protection against moisture: IP54
  • Battery capacity: headphones – 53 mAh, charger – 565 mAh
  • Battery life: headphones – up to 9 hours, with charging case – up to 38 hours
  • Fast charging: 5 minutes for 3 hours of playback
  • Weight: one headphone – 5.0 g, charging case – 39.5 g

Truly modern wireless headphones with good sound, interesting features and capabilities.

Package contents

The headphones came to me packed in a thick black cardboard box with an engraved image of the headphones and information about them.

On the front, in addition to the image and the name of TWS-headphones from Xiaomi, in the lower right part you can see the inscription “Hi-Res Audio Wireless”. It seems that this is what the manufacturer wants to emphasise. The back has a lot of information about the headphones themselves, their capabilities, support for connection interfaces and various protocols. Those who are interested can read it right away.

Inside, in addition to two Star Gold Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro headphones (there are also more classic black Space Black ones), there is a charging case also in gold, a USB Type-C charging cable, two additional pairs of ear pads and a paper user manual.

A standard set for modern TWS headphones. There’s nothing new here, but it’s quite enough for use.

Convenient charging case

Let me start my story with the charging case. Its outer surface is glossy and shiny. As for the design of the case, Xiaomi has developed a lid that opens forward, like the front cover of a car engine. I must admit that in the first minutes of use it caused some inconvenience. I had to get used to it and adapt. Unlike previous Xiaomi models, this is a new approach to design.

Gold-coloured headphones are more suitable for women. This is especially true when you hold the Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro charging case in your hands. Like a fashion accessory, similar to a set of cosmetics, it will certainly find its place in a woman’s handbag or clutch. Although men may also like it, and for those who are more picky, there is a black Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro.

There is an LED on the front of the case that shows the charge level.

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There is nothing on the back except for the lid hinge, which is almost invisible.

At the bottom of the Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro charging case is the USB Type-C charging interface, and to the right of it is the standard Bluetooth pairing button that can be found in almost all Xiaomi Earbud products.

In my opinion, it would have been nice if the set also included a silicone protective case to protect the smooth surfaces of the case from possible scratches, especially when carrying it outdoors or in a bag.

Stylish design of Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro TWS headphones

As already mentioned, I received Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro in Star Gold for testing, so I was pleasantly surprised by their appearance. The new product really has a first-class design and high-quality plastic coating. Frankly speaking, in terms of quality and design, they are on the same level as Apple or Samsung. Xiaomi managed to surprise me, because I was sceptical about their TWS headphones before.

Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro received a “space” capsule design that almost completely matches the contours inside the charging case, and several built-in magnets for fixing the headphones inside. During the presentation, the manufacturer noted that the charging case received an antibacterial coating with inorganic ions that protect the gadget from bacterial growth.

I liked the streamlined shape of the headphone case and the decorative elements made by high-pressure moulding. You immediately feel that this is a top-of-the-line model, where everything is thought out and made very well. There are two charging magnetic contacts on the bottom of the headset, and a microphone is located at the bottom.

I was comfortable wearing the headphones for a long time, I didn’t feel any discomfort, that is, based on my personal subjective experience, I can say that Buds 4 Pro headphones are very comfortable to wear and fit well in my ears without slipping.

They are very lightweight, weighing only 5 g each, or 10 g per pair, and the charging case weighs 40 g. That is a total of 50 grams, so you can carry them in a small handbag or

The key is to choose the right size ear cushions. The earbuds come in three different sizes – small, medium and large – to ensure a secure and snug fit for any ear size. The headphones are water-resistant, with an IP54 rating, making them suitable for use during exercise or in light rain.

How to control Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro

The headphones support gesture controls such as double-tap, triple-tap, and long-tap, which can be configured in a special app. Of course, the device also supports work with the Xiao Ai voice assistant (which speaks only native Chinese for now) and three audio modes.

In the app, which I’ll discuss later, you can set up multi-level mechanisms for the transparency and noise cancellation functions of the wireless headphones. The transparency function offers three modes: standard transparency, voice or ambient sound enhancement. The noise cancelling mode has six customisable configurations that users can manually activate depending on the environment.

As befits a premium headset, Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro also detects the position of the earbuds. In other words, if you insert the headphones into your auricle, music automatically starts playing. This also works in the opposite direction: when you take the headphones out, the music is turned off. There is a test mode that allows you to adjust the position of the headphones according to the test results to get the best listening experience.

You can also enable the Smart Free Pick-up noise canceling option yourself. Its essence is that when we use the classic noise reduction mode, we risk not hearing when someone addresses us. But thanks to this feature, the headset will let through the sounds of the human voice, while still cutting out most noise. An interesting approach that makes wireless headphones really “Smart” – everything Xiaomi likes.

Xiaomi Earbuds mobile application

As promised, I’m going to tell you about the Xiaomi Earbuds mobile app. I tested its version for Android smartphones, so I’m going to talk about it. I’d like to point out that Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro is not for Apple users, just like Airpods are not for Android users. So this is not a negative point – it’s just a note: if you use iOS, you lose a lot of functionality without access to the app.

The app is intuitive and very easy to use. There are all the necessary tools to monitor the status of the headphone batteries and charging case. Xiaomi sends firmware updates through the app, which is a positive thing that we tested in practice. There you can find several useful features, such as in-ear detection and the “Find Headphones” function, which allows you to quickly locate an earbud that is accidentally lost.

The app also allows you to configure the multi-level mechanisms for the transparency and noise cancellation functions of your wireless headphones in more detail. I spent a few minutes and adjusted the headphones to my needs. There is nothing unusual or incomprehensible about it.

Sound quality and noise reduction mode

The ultra-dynamic dual-magnet moving coil installed in Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro headphones uses an 11mm large-amplitude driver and supports high-frequency sound reproduction up to 96 kHz, which significantly improves the quality of tri-Band sound.

Immersive sound

When using Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro for its intended purpose, i.e. for listening to music, the gadget reveals itself in all its glory: vocals are clear and bright and have richer high frequencies, the bass part is also balanced and rich.

In general, the sound quality of Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro leans more towards a three-frequency balance, the analytical power allows you to qualitatively separate the human voice from musical instruments, and to detail the sound on the spot. The sound field is quite wide, and even if spatial audio is not enabled, you can feel a fairly obvious stereo sound effect.

Spatial sound capabilities. The gadget dynamically tracks the direction of your head to deliver an immersive 360° surround sound experience when watching videos, keeping the surround sound in a fixed position as you move your head and making human voices sound more like real life, making the sound more alive. When watching dynamic scenes such as car chases, it feels like sitting in a cinema. You turn your head in all directions and the sound comes from all sides.

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The spatial sound feature is mainly designed to significantly improve the viewing experience by providing an immersive effect. And most importantly, it is compatible not only with Xiaomi mobile phones – the company claims that spatial sound will work with any other Android mobile device. I was convinced of this when I listened to music with my Samsung Galaxy Fold3.

ANC (Effective Noise Cancellation)

One of the key features of the Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro is its advanced noise cancellation technology, which uses a triple microphone to drown out ambient noise and deliver crystal clear sound. This is especially useful when you’re in a crowded place or on the go and want to FOCUS on your music or podcast without distractions.

Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro also comes with three transparency modes, allowing you to hear your surroundings without taking off your headphones. This is especially useful when you need to listen to an announcement or talk to someone without taking off your headphones. Inside the app, you can choose three levels of transparency. In addition, as I said, there are six levels (ANC) of active noise cancellation. This feature can be adjusted manually or automatically by selecting the Adaptive Noise Cancellation option.

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I really like the fact that when the ambient noise level gets really high, the maximum noise reduction mode is activated. For example, if you stand near a carriageway and talk to someone on the phone. Thanks to the wind noise cancellation algorithm developed by Xiaomi and the unique windproof physical structure, only the faint low-frequency sound of a car can be heard. Although the headphones can’t eliminate this noise completely, the noise cancelling effect is enough for a phone call or listening to music.

Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro battery life

According to the manufacturer, the Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro chip uses an industry-leading 12nm process. This chipset should provide a better balance between power consumption and performance. I was curious about the battery life in practice.

Testing has shown that if you disable noise cancellation, spatial sound, in-ear detection, and the Smart Free Pick-up option (i.e. turn off almost everything you can), then after 1 hour of continuous audio playback, the left earbud discharges from 100% to 88%, and the right earbud’s charge drops from 100% to 90%. This is a pretty good result for TWS headphones.

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As for the average simultaneous operation time of both headphones, the manufacturer claims that it should be about 9 hours. In practice, this is almost true. The headphones worked for me for 8.5 hours on a single charge while listening to music and a couple of phone calls. The total battery life with the charger can reach about 38 hours, which is true. Of course, if you turn on more functions, especially noise cancellation, the battery life will be shorter, but using the gadget with the charging box during the day will definitely not be a problem. And it was really nice, because you don’t constantly wonder if the headphones are dead when you have to give a lecture or sit down to watch your favourite TV series.

It’s great that fast charging has finally come to the wireless headset market. In Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro, both the headset and the charging case support fast charging technology. Xiaomi says that the wireless headphones can be fully charged in 30 minutes after they are placed in the case. In fact, this is not entirely true. For me, the charging process from 10% to 100% took 34 minutes. Although, in fact, the battery of the left earbud gains from 60% to 85% in 5 minutes, and in half an hour Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro actually fully replenish the energy reserve from 15% charge. I did not want to completely discharge the headphones to zero.

Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro also support the Qi wireless charging protocol with a power of 2W. My Huawei Mate 40 Pro supports reverse wireless charging, so I decided to take advantage of this feature. Yes, the charging process is much longer (it took me almost 1.5 hours to charge from 15% to 100%), but in some cases it is very convenient. Especially when travelling or experiencing power outages.

Is it worth buying Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro

Frankly speaking, I have always been sceptical about TWS headphones from Xiaomi. For some reason, I always associated them with a cheap copy of Airpods. But after testing Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro, my opinion changed dramatically.

The new product from Xiaomi is really worthy of attention. Yes, the price of €250 may seem high for some, but the headphones are worth it. This is truly a top-of-the-line, flagship model of TWS headphones from Xiaomi, which is in little way inferior to direct competitors on the market.

The headphones pleased me with their high-quality sound, effective noise cancellation system, interesting, premium design, and sufficient battery life. Listening to music in them is a pleasure. The introduction of support for LHDC 4.0 ultra-high-definition protocols and high-definition sound of 96 kHz, SBC, AAC, LDAC (Hi-Res Audio Wireless certification) have fully justified themselves. These headphones seem to be designed for music lovers.

All in all, Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro is a great wireless headphone with many features and exceptional sound quality. The headphones are comfortable to wear, have a long battery life and support fast charging. The noise cancellation and transparency modes are particularly useful, and the touch controls make it easy to navigate between music and calls. With a competitive price, the Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro is definitely worth a look for anyone looking for a new pair of quality wireless headphones.

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