Xiaomi has just taken the wraps off a boatload of new IoT items in India, and on 7 October, Realme is now planning to follow suit. The Chinese giant has already announced that 4K SLED Smart TVs, Realme 7i, and more will be launched next week. And as teased last week, the IoT event will also see the light of day at the Realme Buds Wireless Pro and Buds Air Pro.
Earlier this morning, the company took to Twitter to announce that Realme Buds Wireless Pro will arrive as the newest addition to their audio portfolio. Like its predecessor, but with substantial improvements on the audio front, it will be a neckband-style wireless earphone.
Get ready to make your life cooler and uninterrupted with the new #realmeBudsWirelessPro. It’s time to vibe to your music without the noise as we #LeapToNextGen.— realme Link (@realmeLink) October 1, 2020
Launching at 12:30 PM, 7th October on all our official channels.
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Realme Buds Wireless Pro
The company has set up a dedicated microsite for its official website and Flipkart for the Realme Buds Wireless Pro. It shows not only the latest concept, but also some of the wireless earphone’s main characteristics.
The Realme Buds Wireless Pro maintains the iconic black and yellow colour scheme, as you can see. It will be available in a green colour as well. The earbuds advocate a magnetic connexion to toggle the music playback on and off. However, Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) support will be the highlight of the Buds Wireless Pro. It will be able to give up to 35dB of noise cancellation, as per the teasers.
Sony LDAC Hi-Res Audio codec, along with 13.6 mm Bass Boost drivers, and the Game Mode that brings down the latency to 119ms will also be enabled by Realme Wireless Buds Pro. For this pair of wireless earbuds, the firm has also disclosed the battery life. It promises up to 22 hours of battery life, which is not bad at all, with ANC turned off and 16 hours with ANC turned on.
Realme Air Pro Buds
Realme will add a fresh product to its rapidly rising TWS range alongside the neckband-style earphones. Earlier this year, it launched the Realme Buds Air and Buds Air Neo, but is now expected to take on the Realme Buds Air Pro with the Apple AirPods Pro. ANC support and 94ms Super Low Latency mode will be its highlight feature, which will be super handy for gamers.
Realme is also using its ‘Pro’ TWS earbuds to adjust the style. As compared to the half-in-ear configuration of the previous-gen TWS earbuds, it will now deliver an in-ear option.