Realme Buds Air 2 Neo is coming soon, image and features revealed
The announcement came directly from Realme Pakistan’s handle along with a link to the Facebook page’s post and an image.
Realme launched its Buds Air Neo earbuds in India back in May last year. Now, the Chinese tech firm is all set to launch its successor in the market. Called Realme Buds Air 2 Neo, the wearable device will be launching on April 7 but not in India, in Pakistan. The announcement came directly from Realme Pakistan's handle along with a link to the Facebook page's post and an image. The image clearly shows the earbuds, which now seem to have a more Galaxy Buds kind of a design instead of an AirPods-like design with a stem. The charging case design has also been changed this time and has a more pebble shape.
Surprise Surprise! We are all set to launch #realemBudsAir2Neo Along with #realmeBudsAir2. With realme Buds Air 2 Neo, We Plan to bring Active Noise Cancellation to the Masses. It's a Flagship feature that we are bringing down in our AIoT so that you...... https://t.co/SQBGSbsFGK pic.twitter.com/3FPn17n7oc— realme Pakistan (@pakistan_realme) April 3, 2021
In the image, some of the features have also been mentioned including Active Noise Cancellation, 28 hours total playback and 10mm Dynamic Bass Boost Driver. Although the post mentions nothing about the date of the launch, it surely states that “With realme Buds Air 2 Neo, we Plan to bring Active Noise Cancellation to the Masses. It's a Flagship feature that we are bringing down in our AIoT...”
Going by this statement, these might turn out to be the most affordable noise cancelling earbuds in the market upon launch. We are hopeful that it will come to India since the Realme Buds Air Neo also launched in the country last year.
At the time of the launch, it was priced at ₹2,999. The device came with an R1 audio chipset and low latency of just 119.2ms. It also featured instant auto connection and Google Fast Pair feature. Realme also claimed that its Air Neo earbuds can deliver up to 3 hours of continuous music playback and with the charging case, it can last for 17 hours.
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