Realme revealed today the first details about its new Android 10-based Realme UI that will also run atop of Color OS 7, but brings a new closer to stock Android experience with a ton of useful features. Interestingly enough, the new interface wasn’t the only new thing revealed today. Amidst all the screenshots shared by the company, there’s a hint of an upcoming product – the Realme Buds Air Neo. Those can be seen in the Dual Earphone Connection Screen in the Settings.
The Realme Buds Air were announced in December offering amazing value for money. Apparently, Realme’s first truly wireless hearables won’t be the only products in the segments, and the company already has a new pair of earbuds in development. Worth mentioning that the Buds Air don’t have active noise cancellation outside of calls. For that reason, we believe that this is a feature that Realme Buds Air Neo might bring.
Gizchina News of the week
As for the Dual Earphone feature, it allows users to send different audio to wired and wireless headphones. For instance, you can listen to music on your wired headphones and use a Bluetooth headset only for calls. This is just one of several features Realme is working on that will debut along with its new branch of Android dubbed Realme UI. You can check the Dual Earphone screenshot in the teaser video below at 0:06
The new Realme UI is about to cover current Realme smartphones until Q3 2020. When it comes to the new Realme Buds Air Neo, we can’t speculate much about their launch. But if they are coming, we’ll probably hear more about them in the coming weeks.