Xiaomi Anti-Pollution Mask launched with rechargeable Air filter

Xiaomi Anti-Pollution Mask launched with rechargeable Air filter

Pollution has long been a major concern in China. Thousands of people are wearing masks running errands when levels of pollution reaches a tipping point. To protect the community from polluted air, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer, Xiaomi has just released an anti-pollution mask with a replaceable filter. The new air mask is a part of Xiaomi’s campaign against air pollution this year. Previously, Beijing-based Company launched the Mi Air Purifier Pro with OLED display.



Xiaomi anti-pollution mask is made from high-fibre textile and it is totally hand-woven in an attempt to create a three-dimensional structure and breathability for users. There is also a built-in air-filter on the right side of the mask that includes the ability to achieve PM2.5 filtration with an efficiency of up to 99 percent. Aside from air-filter, the mask also comes with an ultra-thin fan on the front that offers up to 3-4 hours on full charge. You can turn it on/off and control fan speed. At the bottom, there is a micro USB charging port.

Xiaomi  anti-pollution mask is so lightweight and weighs about 50.5 g thanks to its removable cartridge for future replacement. The mask is now offered in grey and white color options. One of the most noticeable things of Xiaomi anti-pollution mask is that the built-in air filter can be detached from the mask.

As noted earlier, Xiaomi anti-pollution mask is the company’s second in making products to fight against pollution following the launch of the Mi Air Purifier Pro earlier this month. Xiaomi’s anti-pollution mask, as for now, is only available in China and we are expecting Xiaomi to bring the device to India this year.

With China’s ‘Singles Day’ approaching, Xiaomi has been launching new products over the past couple of weeks including Redmi 4A, Redmi 4 and Redmi 4 Prime. The Chinese smartphone side hopes to beat its sale record it saw at the same time last year.

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