Headphone manufacturer Haylou working closely with Xiaomi has launched for sale in Youpin’s new headphones called Haylou T19. These headphones from Haylou leave aside the previous aesthetic and present themselves as one of the best options on the market in cheap headphones with aptX-HD + AAC sound.
This is the Haylou T19 that Xiaomi sells on Youpin
The new Haylou T19 headphones come with a copy and paste design of the Huawei Freebuds 2 headphones. We find headphones that have a size of 18.34 x 30.65 x 40.05 mm, while their weight is 4 grams.
For connection with smartphones, PCs, tablets or TVs, add bluetooth 5.0 with HFP / A2DP / HSP / AVRCP and aptX-HD. The connection between the headphones and the player is up to 10 meters. Inside is an audio processor from the manufacturer Qualcomm. In the chassis of the headphones we find direct access with taps to hang up or pick up calls and paused and resumes music when removing or putting one of the headphones.
These Haylou T19’s battery offers up to 30 hours of playback on the box charges (600 mAh). For recharging the headphones we have somewhat long times, being 2 hours. For charging, Haylou adds USB Type C or recharges via wireless charging.
The headphones, when paired with the smartphone, can make use of the official Haylou application to change values and settings, as well as receive software updates.
Your price in the store Youpin Xiaomi is 199 yuan (€ 25 / $ 29). But as we have already mentioned before, to get these products we will have to resort to stores through Aliexpress, Banggood or Gearbest.
This time, they are already on sale through the official Haylou store at a price of € 31 / $ 35.
We recall that this brand has become relevant for the sale of its box headphones at a low price thanks to entering fully against the Redmi AirDots offering much higher audio quality and finishes for the same price to pay as the Xiaomi headphones. A good success story for this brand is the GT1 headphones that add Aptx-HD for € 18.
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