Realme Buds Air is one of the cheapest wireless earbuds to come with wireless charging support. Realme Buds Air price is Rs 3,999. Taking a look at the design, the Buds look like the Apple AirPods. Buyers can choose Buds Air from three color variants including Black, White, and Yellow.
Today, Realme Buds Air is receiving its first update with version 22.214.171.124 that improves connectivity and nothing else.
HOW TO CHECK UPDATE REALME BUDS AIR
- Connect your Realme Buds Air to Realme link App
- Open Realme Link App
- Tap on Realme Buds Air
- In the bottom, you will see the Firmware Update
- Tap on to check your update
REALME BUDS AIR SPECIFICATIONS-
Realme has added many features to the Realme Buds Air. First up, the buds come with a custom R1 chip. Realme claims that this model can cut down the audio latency or delay by almost half. The company has also added LCP advanced multi-layer composite diaphragm and 12mm audio drivers in the Buds Air. The company has also added LED lights on the case to indicate charging levels Talking about the much-anticipated part.
The Buds also come with Bluetooth v5.0 out of the box for improved connectivity and audio quality. Realme has also added a Dynamic Bass Boost solution to improve bass reproduction. It also features environment noise cancellation during calls.
Also, the case offers 15 hours of additional battery backup. This means that users can enjoy a total of 17-hours of playback. The charging case features a USB Type-C at the bottom along with support for 19W wireless charging. The Realme Buds Air offers 3 hours of playback time.
The Realme Buds Air also features instant auto-connect, smart in-ear detection with an optical sensor, touch controls, and built-in Google Assistant support. It will also come with Google Fast Pair support for seamless pairing.
The wearable also features an ENC (Environment Noise Cancellation technology) ensuring clear audio when taking a call in a noisy environment. Another highlight of Realme Buds Air is the wear detection which allows the device to automatically recognize when you’ve plugged in the earbuds.
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