Realme buds air with wireless charging and 17 hour playback time launched in India at Rs 3,999

Realme buds Air

Realme has brought its first truly wireless earbuds in the market. Today, the young smartphone manufacturer has forayed into a new realm. After announcing its wireless buds earlier this year with neckband style, the brand has today released its Buds Air. They are priced at Rs 3,999 and will be available in India on Flipkart, and, starting December 23rd at noon. Let’s talk about the features of these realme buds Air.

Realme buds Air – Features, and Specifications 

The all-new buds Air comes with a custom R1 chip with Bluetooth 5.0, which claims to offer an instant and stable connection between the earbuds and the phone. The super-low latency mode makes sure your gaming experience is not deteriorated when you switch to buds Air. 

For people looking for quality music on earbuds, it claims to offer powerful sound experience with the big bass drivers. It has a 12mm driver sound unit. Plus, realme has introduced a custom dynamic bass boost solution, which makes sure the acoustics are optimized according to the music it plays. 

Realme Buds Air introduced ENC (Environment Noise Cancellation) technology, which claims to intelligently identify background noise during calls. Thus, claiming to offer best-in-class calling experience on truly wireless earbuds. 

There is a wireless charging technology available on this, which allows you to wirelessly charge the buds Air. Realme has also announced a 10W Wireless charger along with this, which needs to be purchased separately. Once you put the charging case on this wireless charger, it gets charged wirelessly. There’s real-time charging information available on LED notification light. Further, you can charge it using a type-C charging cable. 

Speaking about battery life, it offers 17 hours of non-stop music playback. It has an optical sensor for wear detection. What does it mean? This means that buds Air will auto-pause and play. Further, it offers instant connection. Are you wondering about Assistant support? The realme buds offer Google Assistant support. 

What do you guys think of the all-new Realme buds Air? Let us know in the comment section below.

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