As TWS earphones are becoming more commonplace the number of options on the market is exploding. Realme introduced its first pair of truly wireless earphones back in December last year with the Buds Air. Today, the company teased its Pro version aptly named Realme Buds Air Pro. These will come with an in-ear design with adjustable rubber tips, active noise cancellation (ANC) and a special 94ms low latency mode. The launch is scheduled for October 7.
We are known to bring #TechTrendsetter products and technologies. Now with Active Noise Cancellation up to 35 dB on the #realmeBudsAirPro, we are initiating another big Tech-Lifestyle change for our users. #TuneOutTheNoise#LeapToNextGen on 7th Oct. pic.twitter.com/aMfiMEuOjx— Madhav Faster7 (@MadhavSheth1) October 1, 2020
Alongside the Buds Air Pro, Realme will bring its Buds Wireless Pro which features an around the neck design and are an upgrade over last year’s Buds Wireless earphones. We’ve already seen the Buds Wireless Pro in a NCC listing which revealed their design and USB-C charging port. Now we get to learn they will also feature active noise cancellation, Hi-Res Audio playback and support Sony’s LDAC. The Buds Wireless Pro will also launch on October 7.
As I mentioned, #realme will make Active Noise Cancellation enabled personal audio devices a part of the new Tech-Lifestyle.— Madhav Faster7 (@MadhavSheth1) October 1, 2020
Now bringing this to users who prefer the neckband style of Bluetooth earphones with #realmeBudsWirelessPro.#NoiseOffMusicOn pic.twitter.com/zgIE5cVEiY
I had bought the Realme Bud Q, promised many things at low price...everything worked for 2weeks. Then it died off....if you search realme buds q issues, you'll find it. Every model had this issue, it wouldn't charge or something...basically...
another copy,that brand should be banned permanently from selling crap in US and EU
Wtff , currently use oppo enco q1 its already good at price 20 us dollar cheap Very intsrested with this tough