Innovation in tech is really amazing and there is currently a sea of wireless earbuds and the new introduction of a new company’s earbuds means the demise of the 3.5mm headphone jack I suggest. Anyways, the latest on the league is the Realme buds air which is scheduled to be announced officially on December 17th along with RealMe X2 model.
Even though it’s less than a week before the release, there is a leaked model of the device with full specifications and pricing already and we have it. We got this report from GizmoChina whose source hinted the battery capacity to be about 17 hours which is in companion with it’s charging case.
The RealMe Buds Air will also come with 12mm Dynamic Bass Boost which is much lager than 11.2 DBB driver that is found on the RealMe Buds wireless neckband headphone. It’s also announced that the Buds Air will come with a support for AAC Codec.
Other specifications of the RealMe Buds Air includes wear detection which is a sensor that notifies the device if you’re wearing it or not. It comes powered by the Bluetooth 5.0 as well as touch control and low latency gaming mode. Also it will support wireless charging. GizmoChina also revealed that the case will come with USB-Type C port and not microUSB.
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As for communication specifications, the RealMe Buds Air will feature Dual Mi ENC that allows for a better calling but no Active Noise Cancellation technology considering the design of the earbuds, it probably won’t be able to hold off too much noise I bet.
As for the pricing, the device is rumored to be about $71 USD ( ₦ 26,000 and R1,027) which is the same figure leaked by FlipKart listing earlier this week (Rs. 4,999). And RealMe promises to commence the sales of the Buds Air just immediately it’s announced to the general public officially.
One thing I just think is that majority of these companies in Asia usually plagiarize US products. I mean come to think about the design of the so-called RealMe Buds Air, it looked exactly like the Apple AirPods. Even the naming is too close.
Xiaomi initially copied the name when it called it’s TWS tiny earbuds “AirDots” and then Huawei called it’s own “FlyPods” which mimics the look and feel of the Apple AirPods. I’m not impressed anyway but considering some factors such as the 17 hours battery life (With the casing included), the wireless charging capacity and it’s pair of drivers, it could be a good device to try out but until it’s released, then we can conduct a review to see how great the device is.