X-Mini Freedom+ True Wireless Earbuds Review

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X-Mini Freedom+ True Wireless Earbuds Review
Good sound qualitycomfortable
8.3Overall Grade

True wireless headphones are commonplace these days, but very good ones can be a bit pricey. Which, for that matter, might be where the X-Mini comes in. The company is offering X-Mini Liberty+ true wireless earphones through Amazon, where they currently sit in with an average rating of 4,3 stars.

At $89.90, the headphones aren't overly expensive. But do they have too many angles to hit the price links? We're putting the X-mini Liberty+ headphones to the test to find out.


The first thing to notice about the x-mini Liberty+ headphones is their design, and while the headphones themselves are pretty generic, charging the case is a bit unique. Sure, the design isn't groundbreaking by any means, but the headphones still look pretty good.

X-Mini Liberty+Buds

The headphones themselves are equipped with a standard form with a gray color scheme. They have magnetic pins that provide a rechargeable power output, and each has one button on each cap. The placement of the buttons isn't the best - meaning you have to press the sticks into your ears whenever you press the buttons, which can be a little painful.

The charging case, as already mentioned, is a little different from some of the others, thanks to the matchbox-style functionality. At the very top, you will unfortunately find a microUSB charging port. It's 2020 and no company should use the standard microUSB connector anymore. We would have preferred to see a USB-C port.

In the box, in addition to the earbuds and the charging case, you get a cheap-feel microUSB charging cable and two extra pairs of eartips. That's pretty much everything you need to get started.


The X-mini Liberty+ are not necessarily the best choice for those looking for sports headphones, but they are a good choice for everyday use, at least when it comes to their level of comfort. The earbuds sat comfortably in my ears during testing, and while they can get a little uncomfortable after a few hours of use, no more so than other in-ear headphones.

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X-Mini Liberty+ Comfort

The main reason we don't recommend using them for sports is that they aren't the best at staying in the ears due to the fact that they don't have ear hooks or anything to hold them on. Now, during everyday use, this is not a huge problem, but when running or doing other vigorous activity, they will fall out.


Ultimately, the most important thing to consider is how the headphones sound - and in the end, they don't sound bad. Of course, they are not the best sounding headphones, but they are still quite good.

The bass on the headphones is quite thick and solid, which is always a pleasure to hear. At times, it can get a little dirty, but not overly so, and most people don't notice the dirtiness at all.

The mids are fairly well tuned thanks to a nice warm lower mids. The treble is fairly well tuned, and while it can get marred by low mids, again, this isn't a huge problem.

X-Mini Liberty+ In-Case

Perhaps the weakest is the high end frequency range, which doesn't offer as much clarity and detail as we'd like. This is largely due to the lack of high-quality extensions.

Of course, it is important to note that all these issues are minor. The high end is not as detailed as we would have liked, but still not bad. Lows can get cloudy, but only occasionally, and then only a trained ear.


The X-Mini Liberty+ headphones offer nine hours of battery life on a single charge, which is definitely on the high-end wireless headphones. In the case of charging, it is seriously expanding, which is also - we offer a discount of 45 hours, and a total of 54 hours.

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The headphones connect to a device to listen to music via Bluetooth 5.0, and we found that they maintained good connectivity throughout the testing process. It's important to note that we weren't able to properly connect the headphones to the Mac, but they pair perfectly fine on the iPhone.


Silver Medals

The X-mini Liberty+ truly wireless earbuds have a lot to offer, after all. Of course, there are some features, design and high-end headphones could be a little better, but headphones in this price range, they are actually quite good.

But is it the best option in its price range? Well, they are close. A good alternative is the JLab JBuds audio range headphones. That said, either way, you're getting a great pair of true wireless headphones at an affordable price.

Because of their excellent value for money, we are awarding these headphones a review with a silver headphone medal.

Shop Price
X-Mini $89.90
frequency range 20Hz - 20kHz Active Noise Cancellation No
Driver size 6mm Noise suppression Unknown
Driver type Dynamic Headphone controls Yes
Closed Microphone Yes
Sensitivity Unknown Ear tip material Silicone
Nominal resistance
16Ω Magnet Material Dynamic
Total harmonic distortion
Unknown Water resistance Waterproof IPX7
Rated input power
Unknown Battery life 9 Hours (+45 Hours)
Maximum input power
Unknown Wireless distance 10m (33ft)
Wireless connection
Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity Length of cable N / A
Wired connection
No Case type Charging case
Detachable cable
No In the box
  • Headphones
  • Charging Case
  • Charging Cable
  • Ear tips (x3 pairs)
The weight Unknown Colours Gray

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