Redmi AirDots, from Xiaomi, is the most searched phone in Brazil in March


Redmi AirDots, Xiaomi’s Bluetooth headset, is the most sought after in the segment in Brazil in March 2020. The survey, done exclusively by Zoom for Somag News, points out the same names in the top 3 in relation to February. They are: i7s TWS, model with design that resembles Apple’s AirPods, in second place, and JBL Tune 500BT, JBL’s wireless on-ear, in third.

The Chinese giant’s completely wireless accessory appears on the Brazilian market for as little as R $ 115, while the i7s TWS can be found for prices starting at R $ 33.33. The headphone is on sale for R $ 158.10, according to Compare. Check out more details below about the three most sought-after accessories and see the complete list of headphones most sought after by Brazilians.

1. Xiaomi Redmi AirDots – from R $ 115
Among the most sought after in Brazil for some time, Redmi AirDots stands out for offering advanced features at a good cost-benefit ratio. The model has Bluetooth connectivity in the latest 5.0 standard, which promises a range of up to 10 meters and greater stability in pairing. In addition, the accessory has a battery with autonomy of up to four hours in the earbuds and a total of 12 hours with the available charge in the charger case. In addition, there are three options of silicone tips for a better fit in the user’s ear.

Its specifications include a 7.2 mm dynamic driver and a frequency response from 20 Hz to 20 KHz, a standard range in the segment. In addition, the product allows you to answer calls or activate voice assistants thanks to the integrated microphone. The controls are made up of two buttons that occupy the entire surface of each of the earbuds. Its price in Brazilian e-commerce varies considerably, and the model can be found for as little as R $ 115, according to the price comparison of TechTudo.

2. TWS i7s – from R $ 33.33
The i7s TWS Bluetooth headset is an interesting alternative for those looking to spend little on a new product of its kind. With a design similar to that of the AirPods – but with a much lower price – the accessory has Bluetooth connectivity in the 4.2 standard, which should reach up to 10 meters, enough battery for an hour and a half of music and an integrated microphone to answer calls.

Autonomy, therefore, is one of the negative points of the device, as well as its plastic finish. In addition, the model works with an impedance of 32 ohms and a sensitivity of 42 dB, which should mean a volume below several other competitors in the segment. Currently, its price in e-commerce starts at R $ 33.33, according to Compare.

3. JBL Tune 500BT – from R $ 158.10
The JBT Tune 500BT is an entry-level wireless headphone of the brand. The product offers JBL’s Pure Bass technology, which promises to deliver powerful bass, and up to 16 hours of autonomy. The model features Bluetooth connectivity in standard 4.1, and allows the user to answer calls or interact with Siri and Google Assistant virtual assistants through the integrated microphone.

In its technical sheet, we highlight the 32 mm drives and the frequency response from 20 Hz to 20 kHz, standard numbers of the segment. The accessory has a weight of 155 grams and folding rods, which should facilitate the transport of the on-ear. Its price in the Brazilian market starts at R $ 158.10, according to Compare TechTudo.

Check out the complete list of the most popular headphones in Brazil in March 2020:

Xiaomi Redmi AirDots – R $ 115
TWS i7s – R $ 33.33
JBL Tune 500BT – R $ 158.10
TWS i11 – R $ 39.90
TWS I9s – R $ 36.95
JBL Tune 205BT – R $ 154.18
JBL T110 – R $ 41
Edifier W800BT – R $ 212.35
Samsung Galaxy Buds – $ 705
JBL T110BT – R $ 114.90


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