Today, Realme held a big event where they released the Realme Pad X 5G and a few accessories to go with it. Along with these, the company showed off a 24-inch Full HD monitor with a Type-C port called the Realme. It has also released two new audio products at the same time.
The company has released the Buds Air 3 Neo, an affordable true wireless earbud in the Buds Air 3 series, as well as the Realme Buds Wireless 2S, an affordable Bluetooth neckband in the Buds Wireless 2 series. Let’s look at the price, specs, and features of these Bluetooth earbuds that just came out.
How much does the Realme Buds Air 3 Neo cost in India and where to buy it?
The Buds Air 3 Neo TWS costs Rs 199 (Rs 1,699 during the initial sale) and will be available on Flipkart and Realme.com beginning July 27. The Buds Air 3 Neo will come in two colors: Blue and White.
How much do the Realme Buds Wireless 2S cost in India and where to buy them?
The Buds Wireless 2S neckband costs Rs 1,499 (it cost Rs 1,299 during the first sale) and comes in Black and Blue. It will go on sale on Flipkart, Amazon, and Realme.com on July 26.
The Buds Air 3 Neo are earbuds with a stem that fits in your ear. These have a dynamic 10mm bass driver setup that works with Dolby Atmos. These buds have an AI feature that cancels out noise from the environment. This feature can reduce noise by up to 15dB. The Buds Air 3 Neo is said to last up to 30 hours with the case and up to 7 hours with just the buds on a single charge.
Also, these buds have a low latency of up to 88 ms. Also, it has Bluetooth 5.2, a Type-C port, an IPX5 rating, fast charging, touch controls, and support for the Realme Link app.
These cheap wireless earphones have a dynamic driver setup with an 11.2mm driver and an AI ENC for calls. Dirac is also supported by the Buds Wireless 2S, which makes listening to music better. This neckband is suppose to last up to 24 hours on a single charge. And a quick 20-minute charge is suppose to give you 7 hours of playback.
Other features include Bass Boost+, Bluetooth 5.3, support for two devices at once, in-line volume controls, voice assistant support, the Realme Link app. And a button that can be used for both media and calls.
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