Realme Buds Air Features Teased and Sale in India For 17 December

Realme Buds Air share all feature through an official video and In the video show that the first truly wireless earbuds from Realme. Raalme Buds Air design not a similar design with Apple Airpods 2 but almost features same with Apple Airpods 2 like seamless connectivity and double tap to play. Real Buds Air will go on sale shorty after their formal launch in India and This information announced is Chinese company.

Realme Buds Air Features Teased and Sale in India For 17 December

The earbuds shaped is periscope shaped structure. Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth confirmed top feature and this top feature is  wireless charging support this feature like the Airpods 2. Wireless charging  support also available on AirPods 2 . Realme Buds offer is seamless connection. Earbuds get connected with compatible smartphone instantly by opening their lid.

Touch control feature also available on the Realme Buds and this feature detail share in video teaser. It show you can play music track with a double tap. The Realme Buds will be available through an early, Hate to Wait early sale Scheduled in India for 17 December. Realme said this information via tweet.


Realme Early sale through its official website and Flipkart. The official launch that is also set for 17 December. The Realme Buds price details are yet to be announced officially. The Realme Buds Air price is 4,999 and this detail leaked by GizmoChina.

Realme Buds Air Specifications

Realme Buds Air comes with three colours white, black and yellow. The Realme Buds battery life of 17 hours and Airpods 2 battery life of 24 hours. The Realme buds Air comes with 12nm dynamic bass boost and it will support AAC. This Buds Air instant connection running with R1 chipset. The buds come with wireless charging support. The Realme Buds will charge with USB Type C Port and This buds also support touch control.

(Samsung Galaxy Buds and Apple AirPods 2 also come with wireless charging support)

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