Realme Buds Air launched in India at Rs. 3999

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Realme has launched the realme Buds Air at an event in New Delhi, India. It is the first truly wireless earbuds made by the Chinese smartphone manufacturer Realme. The design of the realme Buds Air is similar to Apple AirPods.

Realme Buds Air is available in three color options – Yellow, Black, and White. It comes with a custom R1 chip. It features dual-channel transmission with super low-latency mode. Realme claims, it can reduce latency by 51 percent when playing games.

Realme Buds Air has a 12mm dynamic bass boost driver with a multi-layer composite diaphragm. It has dual microphones that use the Environment Noise Cancellation (ENC) technology to filter out any background noise during calls.

Realme Buds Air comes with Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, and Google Fast Pair (GFP) technology, which can connect earbuds to phone instantly when you open the case.

Realme Buds Air sports a wear detection system that can automatically play or pause the audio when you plug in or unplug the earbuds from your ear. It also supports touch controls. Users can double-tap to answer a call or play/pause music playback, triple-tap to Skip to next song, press and hold one side to launch the Google voice assistant or end/decline a call, press and hold both sides to enter/exit gaming mode.

Realme Buds Air can deliver up to 17-hour of playback time with the case, claims Realme. The charging case supports 10W Qi wireless charging technology and USB Type-C Charging. The price of realme Buds Air is Rs. 3,999 in India. The next sale will happen on 23rd December, 12 PM via Flipkart and Realme website.

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