Realme Buds Air full specs leaked days before launch
Oppo’s sub-brand Realme is one of the most popular smartphone brands that has gained immense popularity within a short period of time. In addition to smartphones, this Chinese smartphone OEM also manufacturers a plethora of smartphone accessories.
Well, Realme will launch its first & truly wireless earbuds, namely Realme Buds Air, on December 17. Luckily, a majority of hardware specifications and pricing of Realme Buds Air have been leaked days before it’s official launch.
So here’s everything you need to know about the Realme Buds Air before their launch.
Realme Buds Air: Expected Specifications And Pricing
Undoubtedly, the overall design aesthetics of the Realme Buds Air are heavily inspired by Apple’s Airpods. In addition to the earbuds, the charging case of Realme’s Buds Air is also similar to that of Apple’s.
According to a reliable report by Gizmochina, the Realme Buds Air will sport 12 mm Dynamic Bass Boost drivers, and they will also feature dual mics with ENC to enhance the call quality.
These truly wireless earbuds will be powered by a custom R1 chipset. As for connectivity, they will have Bluetooth 5.0 and these earbuds will support the AAC codec.
Surprisingly, these earphones will come with Wear detection. This technology automatically plays or pauses the music whenever you will wear or take out the earbuds.
Some more noteworthy features of these earbuds are touch controls, wireless charging, and a low-latency gaming mode. The latter will ensure that you don’t face any audio lag while playing games.
The leaks also suggest that these earbuds will offer 17 hours of battery life and they might support fast-charging via the USB Type-C port. Lastly, the Realme Buds Air are expected to be priced at INR 4,999 (USD 71) and they will be available in white, black, and yellow color variants.
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