We guess you are aware of the conference held by Realme earlier today. At the event, the manufacturer uncovered the new Realme GT Neo and the Realme Q3 Pro smartphones that boast of a faster charging. However, besides these models, the company also showed the Realme Buds Air 2 Neo headset. The latter adopts a matte integrated design, coming with classic black and gray colors. At the same time, it sports the newly upgraded R2 chip, supports 25dB active noise reduction, 88ms low-latency gaming mode, and provides 28 hours of long battery life. It costs 199 yuan ($31).
As mentioned above, our protagonist comes with a newly upgraded Realme R2 chip. It has a performance increase of 40%, an energy efficiency increase of 40%, a speed increase of 50%, and supports ANC active noise reduction. Plus, we get the new generation of Bluetooth 5.2 protocol, which adopts low-latency dual transmission technology and reduces signal delay by 35%.
In addition, the Realme Buds Air 2 Neo also has a long battery life of 28 hours. Due to the flash charge, after charging it for 10 minutes, you can listen to music for 3 hours. The headset also supports e-sports mode with an 88ms ultra-low latency. So when playing games, you won’t feel any lag. It is worth mentioning that the headset also has an IPX5 waterproof rating.
The Realme Buds Air 2 Neo also has a 10mm bass booster, dual microphone call noise reduction and other highlights.
The earphones have already went on sale at a price of 199 yuan, but their retail price is 249 yuan (39).
Realme Is Gaining Momentum
By the way, according to Counterpoint report data, in the Chinese smartphones market, Realme’s sales were increased by 451% year-on-year and 82% month-on-month in 2021 Q1. And as the data shows, Realme has become the number one smartphone brand in China.
In this regard, though the Realme Buds Air 3 Neo is not a flagship product unlike the Redmi AirDots 3 that is going to hit the market tomorrow, the company may benefit a lot by launching mid-range devices.