The Realme Buds Air Neo price in India starts from Rs 2,999. Comparatively, the original buds come with a price tag of Rs 3,999 in India. At the launch event, the brand also showed off its latest pair of Realme Buds Air Neo, which is priced at Rs 2,999 in India. The Chinese company already offers wireless earphones in India and has now launched a new set. The newly launched Realme Buds Air Neo earphones are the watered-down version of the Realme Buds Air.
The brand will be selling its new audio product in three color options, including green, white, and red. It will soon be available via offline stores. Realme confirmed a few features before the official India launch.
- The company claims that with the Realme Buds Air Neo, users will get about 3 hours of playback on a single charge
- The charging case of the earphones will add 17 hours of playback, as per the brand
- A single Buds Air Neo weighs only 4.1 grams - as light as a single sheet of paper
- The new set of wireless earphones is powered by 13mm drivers
- They offer support for dual-channel transmission
- 2000 times charging port plug in/out test
- It supports Bluetooth v5.0 connectivity
- Realme Buds Air Neo will rock R1 chip
- 2000 times charging port stability test
- 5000 times power on/off test
R1 True Wireless Chip uses a new generation of dual-channel transmission technology, creating a fast and stable connection between your phone and your realme Buds Air Neo. Whether you’re listening to music, watching movies, or playing games, you’ll always get an outstanding true wireless experience.119.2 ms wireless earphones also come with super-low latency mode. Realme says that this mode will offer “50 % lower latency compared to normal mode.”The earbuds also feature touch controls for music, calls, voice assistance, and more.
The earphones will be available for purchase via Flipkart and realme.com. The Realme Buds Air Neo is likely to tout the same design as the original Buds Air. The earbuds will have a long stem, similar to Apple AirPods, and will be accompanied by a pill-shaped charging case. The earphones will support only wired charging over micro-USB port instead of Type-C. There is no word on the pair’s specifications and features at the moment. Similar to the Realme Buds Air, the Neo variant will also feature Realme’s Game Mode to reduce latency and improve the audio experience.