In last December, Realme unveiled the buds Air true wireless earphones. now Realme stated it’s bringing new TWS earphones on May 25, dubbed Buds Air Neo. The first rumours about Buds Air Neo started a few days ago, but now its existence and its arrival on May 25 are well confirmed.
The company has set up a promotion page on the official website of India to show the glory of Buzz Air Neo. In addition, the company has also had the opportunity to share some information about features that enable new hearing.
Wireless earphones look a lot like last year’s Realme Buds Air. However, upon closer inspection, you can see that the silver ring on the Buds Air stem is missing from the Buds Air Neo, and the dual mics aren’t noticeable either. In other words, it may not have Environment Noise Cancellation (ENC) technology. Notwithstanding the lack of noise-cancelling technology, the new Buds Air Neo will still capable.
The company provided a 13mm large boost driver that delivers a deep audio experience. Besides, the battery is supposed to last up to 17 hours in the charging case and three hours without it.
The Buds Air’s charging case came with a USB-C port and wireless charging support, but that will likely not be the case with the Neo since it’s supposed to be a more affordable version of the Buds Air. The new truly wireless earphones feature dual-channel transmission and ultra-low latency mode.
According to Realme, the latter feature offers a 50% lower latency compared to the standard model. The new truly wireless earphones feature instant auto-connect, plus touch controls that allow users to play / pause/change tracks, call voice assistants, and answer calls.