Realme Buds Air will go on sale from December 17; coming with seamless connectivity

Realme Buds Air

Realme Buds Air is the company’s first truly wireless earphones and they will be released on December 17 at an event in New Delhi, India. The succesful Realme’s trajectory will win a new chapter with the release of this new exciting product. According to a new report, the Buds Air will be available for purchase on the same day starting at 2 pm local time through and Flipkart.

Realme took to Twitter to reveal some additional details about the new hearables. The company recently confirmed a few features along with its color options. Now, Realme is teasing the seamless connectivity in the Buds Air. The new hearables will come with Bluetooth 5.0 and will connect automatically to your device after opening the charging case. Worth noting that the case comes with Qi Wireless Charging.

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Besides the connectivity and charging capabilities, Buds Air will come with a 12mm bass boost driver for a deep and complete audio experience. Moreover, it includes touch controls allowing you to double-tap to play/pause the music. Realme still needs to disclose the official price for the Buds Air, however, a recent Flipkart listing revealed that they may cost around INR4,999. It translates to around $70 and €65.

We have strong reasons to believe that these earphones won’t remain exclusive to the Indian market. However, they won’t come to the international scene until 2020. We believe that they will also reach China in January along with the upcoming Realme X50 5G.

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1 Comment

  1. Free
    December 15, 2019

    “succesful Realme’s trajectory will win a new chapter with the release of this new exciting product.”

    That is a blatant lie. It is Apple’s Airpods that is the super champion in this wearable market and the data proves that fact. And it is the Airpods that is exciting, not a thieving company that steals/clones someone’s elses designs and call it theres.

    “Realme Buds Air is the company’s first truly wireless earphones”

    No. It is not. Realme cannot innovate. It steals (and lie and say, they were inspired but we all know that is BS) and rebrands. Realme has failed to innovate anything and ripoff work from Apple, Samsung, LG and Huawei.