Today, following the schedule, the Realme Buds Air true wireless headset officially debuted in India.
In terms of core configuration, the Realme Buds Air true wireless headset is equipped with a high-performance R1 processor supporting Bluetooth 5.0. It can ensure the effective transmission of audio and further reduce the sound delay. The two earbuds can co to the phone simultaneously to ensure that audio is transmitted seamlessly and in sync with the lowest possible latency.
In addition, the Realme Buds Air true wireless headphones reduce the sound delay in the game mode by 51%. Compared with the competitors’ 205ms delay, its delay is only 120ms.
There are also two built-in microphones in a single earphone to eliminate noise. One is for eliminating the environmental noise and the other is for eliminating vocal noise. Moreover, the Buds Air true wireless headphones come with a special algorithm to offset ambient noise and provide clear call quality during a call.
What Else The Realme Buds Air Comes With?
Apart from the abovementioned features, our protagonist also uses the imported LCP advanced multi-layer composite diaphragms, 12mm large speakers, and customized Dynamic Bass Boost solution to provide powerful bass effects.
As for sensors, this headphone has a few ones, including intelligent wear detection and built-in distance sensors.
In terms of gestures, the Buds Air true wireless headset provides three quick operations-double-tap play/pause, triple-tap next song, and long-press to call out Google Assistant.
These headphones support wireless charging. By the way, the company has launched the first 10W wireless fast charging base.
In terms of colors, the Buds Air true wireless headphones are available in black, white, and yellow. They cost 3999 rupees ($56).