After publishing a number of details, Realme finally introduced the world to its “Buds Air” wireless headphones. According to the company, these devices reach the market at low price and must compete directly with Redmi AirDots.
Starting with its construction, the headphones are made of plastic, feature AirPod design and support Google Fast Pair technology. This indicates that devices can quickly connect to any smartphone. Also, they use the Bluetooth 5.0 protocol.
During the presentation of the devices, Realme’s product manager also pointed out that the headphones bring a new custom R1 chip. It should ensure little sync delay, and game mode reduces this to just 120 ms, which is almost half of the current 204 ms.
Another highlight of the company is that the Buds Air also has noise cancellation, which enhances the sound experience with the 12mm drivers. Headphones can still be used for phone calls and support Google Assistant triggering.
For the user to play, pause or skip to the next song, the headphones feature two side optical sensors. Commands can be customized through the company’s special application. Finally, when it comes to autonomy, the headphone case guarantees up to 17 hours away from the power outlet and supports wireless charging.
The devices, on the other hand, guarantee continuous music playback for up to three hours. Sold in white, yellow, and black, the new Realme Buds Air can now be found at Indian retail for only Rs. 3,999. Deliveries are due to begin on December 23, with no release scheduled outside India.