Realme Buds Air 3 TWS live images have revealed the upcoming earbuds’ design, and the outward appearance of the case and stalk. Realme is reportedly gearing up for an imminent India launch of its new earbuds dubbed, the Realme Buds Air 3 TWS. Earlier this week, Realme Buds Air 3 design and specifications surfaced online. Now, MySmartPrice has acquired the Realme Buds Air 3 TWS earbuds’ live images that showcase the device’s unique design case, earbuds, as well as stem design.
Realme Buds Air 3 Live Images Reveal Design
The Realme Buds Air 3 earbuds are likely to retain the design of their predecessor. In other words, the new earbuds will look a lot like the Realme Buds Air 2 earbuds. Also, this implies that the upcoming earbuds will adopt an in-ear design, and will have a stem. Noted leaker Steve H.McFly (via India Today) seems to have corroborated this piece of information. According to the tipster, the earbuds will sport a more rounded design, shorter stems, and have silicone tips. Also, he claims that the case might adopt an oval-shaped design.
Likewise, the recently surfaced live shots show that the earbuds’ case is likely to feature a unique outward appearance. The lid’s top edge will come with a glossy finish. Moreover, it will house the Realme branding. The charging case’s right side will feature a button that will come in handy for activating the pairing mode on the earbuds. Aside from that, the Type-C charging port is available on the bottom of the charging case. Even on a single charge, the Realme Buds Air 3 will be capable of offering music playback of up to 30 hours.
What Else To Expect?
Moreover, the earbuds will support ANC (active noise cancellation) and feature a triple-microphone array. On the downside, the Buds Air 3 lacks the transparency mode. Nevertheless, they will deliver a fully customizable audio experience similar to the OnePlus Buds Pro. Much to the delight of avid gamers, the earbuds will also support low latency gaming mode.
In addition to that, the Buds Air 3 will come with Bass Boost+ mode support. Likewise, they will offer in-ear detection support, which ensures the music playback automatically stops when they are removed from the ears. As if that weren’t enough, the earbuds will feature AAC and SBC audio codes, support Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity. They are likely to go official sometime in February this year. More vital shreds of information is likely to surface at the upcoming launch event.