Realme has launched its two new active noise cancellation headphones in India including the Realme Buds Air Pro and the Buds Wireless Pro. The Realme Buds Air Pro is the third true wireless earbuds in India launched by the company after the Buds Air and Buds Air Neo previously. Moreover, the Buds Pro is the company’s second neckband. The key highlight of these and the major upgrade over their predecessor is the active noise cancellation feature which is still a rare feature in this price segment according to the details.
The Realme Buds Air Pro is the first truly wireless earbuds from Realme to offer ANC. It comes with an industry-standard active noise cancellation up to 35dB, which in real life translates to 8x lesser noise of the surroundings. The earbuds come in half in-ear style design with interchangeable ear tips. It comes in a pebble shape carry case which also doubles up as a charging case. To the bottom, you get a Type-C port.
On the inside, the Realme Buds Pro uses Realme’s efficiency S1 chipset. For calls, there is ENC which reduces outside world noise. To capture your audio there are feed-forward microphones on each bud. For audio, there is a 10mm bass boost driver onboard which supports AAC and SBC codecs. The dedicated gaming mode also makes its way here with ultra-low latency of 94ms.
The Realme Buds Air Pro harness Bluetooth 5.0 and comes with a companion Realme Link app support. The earbuds support touch controls and they can be customized within the app. The Realme Buds come with three modes – Normal, ANC, and, Transparency mode which allows you to be aware of your surroundings. They also support voice assistants and are IPX4 rated for protection against sweat and water.
On a single charge, the Buds Air Pro is said to last for 5 hours with ANC and 6 hours with ANC turned off which translates to 20 hours and 25 hours of total battery life including the case. There is also a quick charge feature that gets you 3 hours of playback with just a 10-minute charge.
It comes with an in-ear style design for comfort fit and integrates an industry-standard noise cancellation up to 35dB. You also get Sony’s LDAC sound profile in addition to the Hi-Res wireless audio on the earphones. It harnesses Bluetooth 5.0 and comes with a 13.6mm bass boost driver, 21% larger than the last-gen. On a single charge, the Realme Buds Pro can last up to 22 hours and a quick 5-minute charge will get you 100 minutes of music playback. When you turn on ANC, the Buds Pro can last up to 16 hours. As compared with previous generations, these are also magnetic instant connect with Google fast pair. In the end, the Buds Pro also comes with a low-latency mode of 119ms which is a great improvement. It comes with in-line buttons for volume and media playback controls. The device is also IPX4 rated and weighs only 33 grams.
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