Realme Buds Air price and specs leak before December 17 launch: Here’s what you can look forward to
The Buds Air are going to launch next week and thanks to all the leaks we pretty much know everything about it
Realme is all set to launch the Realme Buds Air, the company's first truly wireless ear buds, on December 17 along with the Realme X2. The company has been teasing the buds for a while now in an attempt to keep the hype going.
Given that they intend to compete with the likes of the Apple AirPods, the fact that they look identical notwithstanding, the Realme Buds Air is being placed as a more affordable alternative to the ₹10,000 plus Apple offerings. The Realme Buds Air are supposedly coming with a proprietary R1 SoC which makes them Realme's player to contend against Apple's AirPods 2 that run on the Apple H1 chip. They are also supposed to deliver almost 17-hours of playtime on a single charge.
Now, a whole report has surfaced online that gives us pretty much all the information one could need regarding these buds.
The Realme Buds Air are expected to be priced at ₹4,999. This information comes from a post on Flipkart that has since been pulled down.
Specs and features
The list online reveals that the earbuds have dual microphones and electronic noise cancellation tech to reduce ambient noise. Then there are the 12mm drivers with Bass Boost support.
They are also, according to the list, coming with features like wear detection, touch control, and a low latency gaming mode. Also, they are supposed to have USB Type-C port for charging and 17 hours of battery life -- a few hours lesser than the 24-hour battery life claim on the AirPods.
We already know that the earbuds are coming in three colours - yellow, black and white.
The Realme Buds Air are expected to come with Bluetooth v5.0 and with wireless charging support. The latter was teased by CEO Madhav Sheth just yesterday.
The leaked list also includes colour details of the new earbuds that have already been teased officially. Similarly, there is a mentioning of Bluetooth v5.0, which exists on AirPods and many other truly wireless earbuds. The list also says that the Realme Buds Air will come with wireless charging support that Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth confirmed on Thursday.
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