Chinese smartphone maker Realme has launched its first Truly wireless earbuds Realme Buds Air. Realme launched its audio product with realme X2 at an event held in New Delhi. Realme Bads Air looks very much like the Apple AirPods. Realme claims that the Buds air will give up to 17 hours of music playback in a single charge. Let’s say that this backup will be provided through an extra charge in the wireless charging case given for earbuds.

The price of Realme Buds Air is Rs 3,999. The first sale of The Buds Air is being held today. The second sale will be on December 23. The company has launched this product in yellow, black and white colors. Buds Air will be sold on Flipkart and Realme’s website.

Realme Buds Air features

Realme Buds comes with a 12 mm bass boost driver. It has a multi-layer composite diagram. In addition, there is environment noise cancellation support for calling. Earbuds also support dual-channel transmission. In addition, the company has also given a separate gaming mode.

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Realme Buds supports wireless charging. It has a USB Type-C port. The charging case given with Buds Air works with wireless charging. You can also charge it through a cable. The USB Type-C port exists for this. As we told you earlier, Realme claims that the Buds Air will give up to 17 hours of music playback. It also includes an extra backup from the charging case. Music playback without extra charge will last for just 3 hours. The charging case supports wireless charging.

In addition, the Buds Air has auto-connection support, in-ear detection, two microphones, Google Assistant integration, and touch control. Earbuds have Bluetooth 5.0. An earbud weighs 4.16 grams, while the charging case is 42.3 grams.

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