MiJia Walkie-Talkie FM Radio From Xiaomi Launched

What Xiaomi dare to show new devices is not a surprise, because of their famous smartphones, its product range significantly expanded, where we saw from electric scooters to folding bikes. But today they are bringing a new product category: Walkie-Talkie.

Xiaomi presents the Mijia Walkie-Talkie, a communications device where the Chinese company bets on design and a wide range of features, all at an attractive price. We know the details.

Xiaomi Mijia Walkie-Talkie

MiJia Walkie-Talkie With Radio FM

They are equipped with a wide network compatibility UHF and VHF (136-174 MHz and 403-) 470 MHz) as well as lock channels for private calls. With this guarantee that it can be used in remote places, for example in cities, where the saturation of the radio signals is.

It comes with support for FM radio, so you can always be present in any available transmitter, plus it has a feature to share our position, which can either be sent to another walkie-talkie or a smartphone through an application.

The most attractive point is that of autonomy, since Xiaomi will charge your battery after us constant use of almost 17 hours, but if you increase the power saving mode this autonomy will be increased to eight days. According to the specifications, the battery is charged from 0 to 100 in just three hours, and thanks to its USB C connector is compatible with a wide range of chargers and even external batteries.

As is customary in Xiaomi, this walkie-talkie only sold in China, whose price is over $36 and is not specified whether it contains one or two devices, as well as no news of an international availability.

Xiaomi has been adding many devices to its portfolio in the past few months. While the company is widely known for its affordable smartphones which are sold around the world, Xiaomi is popular in China due to its Mi Home products sold under the MiJia brand. Its Mi Home ecosystem contains a wide variety of products including rice cookers, air purifiers, security cameras and even a robot vacuum cleaner. The company also recently invested in multiple startups which sell their products under the Xiaomi brand.