Realme has launched new earbuds

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  • Apr 23,2023
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In February after launching the realme buds air 2 the company, now has successfully launched the new Realme buds air 2 Neo in Pakistan. With the unveiling still four days away, we expect Realme to confirm more features of the Buds Air 2 Neo in the days leading up to the announcement.


  • Coming to the new Realme Buds Air 2 Neo,  they are going to be the successor of Realme Buds Q and are provided with ANC.
  • The battery support is 28 hours on a single charge which is quite amazing.
  • The design is the same, in-ear type of design and the charging is a pebble charging case just like Buds Q.
  • These buds come up with control buttons like play and pause, call attend and activate ANC mode.
  • Realme Buds Air 2 Neo has a Liquid Crystal Polymer (LCP) bass boost driver of 10mm.
  • The best thing about these earbuds is that they support ANC ( active noise cancellation) mode.
  • The company has put its R2 noise cancellation chip to decrease the background sound up to 25dB.
  • Moreover, they have many features like bass boost +, game mode, transparency mode to hear the conversations.
  • For call purposes, it has two microphones that enable the ENC mode ( Environmental Noise Cancellation).
  • They are water-resistant, so perfect to use in the gym and while workouts.
  • These new earbuds support google fast pair, Bluetooth 5.2, dual-channel transmission, and many more.
  • They have 20 hours of battery support with ANC allowed. 
  • According to realme 10-minute charge can enable you to use them for up to 3 hours.
  • The new earbuds are priced at PKR 7,999 ( Rs.5,300).
  • These are available in two colours: Active Black and Calm Grey.
  • The earphones come with an IPX5 rating for water resistance.
  • Each earbud features on-ear touch controls that can be used to control volume, music, and calls.
  • Realme says the earbuds can be fully charged in 2 hours with the charging case via the USB Type-C charging port.


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