What we liked in Redmi Buds 4 Lite
For a TWS headset, lightness, sound quality, and battery life seem to be three criteria that are difficult to balance. But it seems this is not a difficulty for these earphones The latter ensures lightness while bringing sound quality and battery life.
The Redmi Buds 4 Lite weighs only 3.9g per bud. They also use a semi-in-ear design. So you can wear it as long as you wish and it won’t have any pressure on your ears.
While ensuring lightness to wear, this earphone is stuffed with a 12mm polymer double-layer composite diaphragm moving coil unit. The total harmonic distortion of the unit is ≤0.1%, and it is tuned with the HRTF target curve. It presents a performance comparable to that of mid-to-high-end earphones.
At the same time, the new Xiaomi earphones achieve a long autonomy of 5 hours on a single charge. But when used with the charging case, the battery life can reach up to 20 hours. For a mid-range headset, it’s a quite good result.
In other aspects, this headset supports Bluetooth 5.3 and Xiaomi Quick Connect and has functions such as low latency for games and noise reduction for calls.
In addition to the conventional black and white colorways, there are also sunset orange and trendy green color versions as well. So we can say that it is a very good option for young users.
The Redmi Buds 4 Lite is available for 139 yuan ($20). It is now officially on sale.