According to the source, the Buds Air 3 will land in the Indian market soon. It ought to cost less than 4,000 Indian rupees (about $54).
As various sources claim, one of the selling points of these headphones will be support for dual device connection. Users can connect this TWS headset to two devices at the same time and switch between the two devices at will.
Also, the Realme Buds Air 3 will feature an in-ear design similar to the Buds Air 2. There will be three microphones, and it will support active noise cancellation and transparency mode.
Additionally, the Realme Buds Air 3 will provide users with the ability to adjust the audio to their liking. That said, the headset can generate custom tuning patterns for users after testing.
The next noteworthy feature our protagonist will come with is the support for low latency mode as well as Bass Boost+ mode to enhance bass.
Like the previous generation model, the Buds Air 3 will also offer in-ear detection. When the user removes one of the headphones, the system automatically pauses music playback.
Lastly, the Realme Buds Air 3 can provide about 30 hours of battery life with ANC turned off. Also, it uses the USB Type-C interface for faster charging.
No information is available for the launch date but we guess the headset is on the road and will hit the market very soon.
Realme Buds Air 2 Features
In order to better understand what kind of improvements the new version comes with, let’s quickly recall the biggest highlights of the Buds Air 2.
Inside, it carries the custom R2 chip, which offers 80% increased battery life and reduces latency by 35% compared to its predecessor. Also, these earphones come with a 10mm driver in each bud with Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) coating on the diaphragm. Due to it, this headset offers richer bass and clearer sound. Moreover, the frequency response will be much better than a traditional diaphragm.
We should also mention the Bass Boost+ mode. The latter has been developed in collaboration with the EDM duo The Chainsmokers.
However, when looking for earbuds, we always pay attention to the presence of the Active Noise Cancellation (ANC). In this sense, the ANC on the Buds Air 2 reduces noise by up to 25dB and is capable of filtering out most low-frequency sounds. It includes the rumble of airplanes and the noise commonly found in the home. Apart from this, the headphones also have ENC, which stands for Environmental Noise Cancellation. It uses dual microphones on both buds for more clear calls.
The new Realme Buds Air 2 also offers 25 hours of playback with ANC off. But if you turn it on, you will get 22.5 hours of battery life.