New Xiaomi Smart Speaker Has AI, Voice Assistant and Six Microphones


Xiaomi Mi AI Smart Speaker

Along with Mi 5X announced earlier today, Xiaomi also launched a new smart speaker dubbed Mi AI Speaker. The device has a rectangular design with curved edges and embedded deep within it is a single 2.25-inch speaker with passive subwoofer system that can produce good quality sound and beam it out in 360-degree dimensional space.

The speaker comes with a voice assistant service that relies on pre-built AI (Artificial Intelligence) to help with day-to-day activities. Six omnidirectional microphones placed around the device lets users communicate with the assistant in performing various tasks such as play music, listen to live radio, read books or even control other connected smart devices in the house using their voice.

The AI can be trained and can also learns about an user to optimized its service which in turn increases performance. The Mi AI Smart speaker has five touch control buttons at the top that can be use to manually change tracks, play/pause audio, mute and unmute mics, and change live radio channels without using voice command. In addition, a ring light encompasses the top which changes light to reflect current activity.

Technically, it is powered by an unspecified 64-bit quad-core Cortex A53 chipset with 1.2GHz clock speed, coupled with 256MB of RAM and 256MB of flash memory. In terms of connectivity, it supports Bluetooth 4.1 with A2DP, WiFi (dual band), and DLNA.

The Mi AI Speaker is painted in White color only. It will be available in China from August at a price of CNY 299 ($44).


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