Realme has published details of the fully wireless Realme Buds Air Pro headphones, which are equipped with active noise canceling. Yes, they are similar to AirPods Pro, both externally and in functionality.
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The manufacturer claims that when the noise cancellation function is activated, users can reduce the ambient noise by 8 times. It brings city traffic noise closer to a regular whisper in terms of volume.
Fully wireless headphones Realme Buds Air Pro will also receive a Transparency Mode; which allows you not to completely withdraw into yourself, to control the situation and react in time to events.
The Realme Buds Air Pro headphones are equipped with 10 mm speakers; the headphones work for 3 hours without recharging, when using the case; the time increases to 25 hours (20 hours with the noise-canceling system on). A full charge takes only 1 hour.
The headphones are equipped with an ultra-low latency mode (94ms) for perfect synchronization of sound with what is happening on the screen. On the body there is a touch zone for controlling playback, answering calls and launching the voice assistant. The device complies with the degree of protection IPX4.
The Realme Buds Air Pro headphones are expected to go on sale on October 7; at the same time the price of the device will be disclosed, but it is unlikely to be high. This is what distinguishes the company’s products.
OnePlus Buds headphones were considered fake AirPods by US customs
Recently, US Customs officials triumphantly reported that they had managed to seize a large shipment of fake Apple AirPods. The agency solemnly announced this fact to the general public. But it seems that it was not fake AirPods, but quite real OnePlus Buds.
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Most of all, The surprising thing in this story is that the customs officers did not even bother to look at the box with the headphones and compare the internals with the real Apple AirPods. It would seem that the situation should clear up and the arrest from the batch of OnePlus Buds should be lifted. But the story develops and looks more and more strange.
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CBP officers at JFK Airport recently seized 2,000 counterfeit Apple AirPods from Hong Kong, valued at $398K had they been genuine.
— CBP (@CBP) September 14, 2020
Thus, the US Department of Customs and Border Protection confirmed that it does not intend to remove the arrest and allow the import of a batch of 2,000 OnePlus Buds into the country. In an official statement, officials said the OnePlus headset “violates Apple’s trademark license”. The arrest of the batch of headphones has nothing to do with the images on the boxes. In order to violate the rights of the owner of the trademark, it is not necessary that there be a mention of Apple on the package. The customs officials said that the importer will have ample opportunity to provide evidence during the trial that his product does not violate the rights of the owners of the registered trademark.
US Customs is actually accusing OnePlus of plagiarism
It appears that the US Customs and Border Protection Agency is actually accusing OnePlus of plagiarism and believes that its actions infringe on Apple’s intellectual property copyright. It seems to say that “the one who created the OnePlus Buds has no imagination” to create something original and simply copied the AirPods.
The headphones of the two companies are indeed similar, but it is surprising that this story only happened now. When there are a lot of headsets similar to AirPods on the market. But for some reason, the customs officers showed excessive vigilance in relation to OnePlus Buds. And the importer and OnePlus itself will have to prove in court the absence of plagiarism and the uniqueness of their headphones.