Realme announced the newest wireless headset models Buds Air Pro and Buds Wireless Pro. One of the headphones is fully wireless and the other is depending on the size.
Chinese consumer electronics company Realme introduced two new wireless headset models, Buds Air Pro and Buds Wireless Pro , to consumers with the launch in India . While Buds Air Pro appears as a full wireless headset; Buds Wireless Pro is a neck-mounted wireless headset.
Realme Buds Air Pro
With active noise canceling , low latency mode for gaming, 25 hours of use on a single charge, 10nm audio driver and other features, it meets almost every feature consumers can expect from a full wireless headset.
Realme Buds Air Pro, which has an anthropomorphic design, fits perfectly with its oval-shaped design and silicone ear cups and does not disturb the user.
The full wireless headset, which can block external noise up to 35dB, allows all sounds in the environment to be heard when the transparency mode is active. Dynamic Bass Boost (DBB), IPX4 certification and touch control support further enhance the user experience.
Realme Buds Wireless Pro
Realme Buds Wireless Pro, on the other hand, offers features such as active noise canceling, LDAC support, game mode, 22 hours of battery life .
Realme Buds Wireless Pro, which has noise canceling capability up to 35dB just like Buds Air Pro, has 13.6 mm audio drivers unlike the 10nm audio driver in the Buds Air Pro . The wireless headset, which also supports Sony LDAC High Resolution Audio, offers 100 minutes of use with a 5-minute charge and can be fully charged in 1.5 hours.
Realme Buds Air Pro, which is a full wireless headset, has a price tag of $ 68 and Realme Buds Wireless Pro, a neck-mounted wireless headset, will meet consumers with a price tag of $ 54.