About a year ago, Realme released the Realme Buds Air 2 TWS headset. The characteristics and features of the upcoming Realme Buds Air 3, a new iteration of this headset, were revealed today by MySmartPrice.
The Buds Air 3 is expected to arrive in India soon, according to a source. It should be less than 4,000 Indian rupees (about $54).
According to multiple sources, one of the selling features of these headphones will be the ability to connect to two devices simultaneously. This TWS headset may be connected to two devices at once and switched between them at any moment.
Users will also be able to alter the music on the Realme Buds Air 3 according to their preferences. However, following testing, the headset can develop custom tuning patterns for consumers.
The Realme Buds Air 3 will also have an in-ear design, similar to the Buds Air 2. Active noise reduction and transparency mode will be offered, as well as three microphones.
The support for low latency mode as well as Bass Boost+ option to improve bass will be the next notable feature our protagonist will have.
The Buds Air 3 will have in-ear detection, just like the previous generation device. The technology automatically pauses music playback when the user removes one of the headphones.
Finally, with ANC switched off, the Realme Buds Air 3 has a battery life of roughly 30 hours. It also has a USB Type-C connector for speedier charging.
There’s no word on a release date, but we’re guessing the headset is on its way and will hit the market shortly.
Realme Buds Air 2 Features To have a better idea of what kind of enhancements the new edition has, let’s go over the Buds Air 2’s key highlights.
It has the unique R2 chip inside, which has an 80 percent longer battery life and a 35 percent lower latency than its predecessor. In addition, each bud has a 10mm driver with a Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) covering on the diaphragm. This headset has a fuller bass and crisper sound as a result of it. In addition, the frequency response will be far superior to that of a standard diaphragm.
The Bass Boost+ option is also worth mentioning. The latter was created in partnership with The Chainsmokers, an EDM duo.
When looking for earphones, however, we always look for the Active Noise Cancellation feature (ANC). The ANC on the Buds Air 2 decreases noise by up to 25dB and can filter out most low-frequency sounds in this way. It contains airplane rumbles as well as noises prevalent in most homes. Aside from that, the headphones offer ENC (Environmental Noise Cancellation) technology. For clearer calls, it has twin microphones on both buds.
With ANC turned off, the new Realme Buds Air 2 may play for up to 25 hours. However, if you switch it on, it will last for 22.5 hours.