Realme is set to launch its first fully wireless headset this Tuesday. Buds Air will hit the market to compete with models like the Xiaomi Mi True Wireless, and will be featured in India.
Anticipating this release, the young manufacturer shared a short promotional video. Showing nothing truly concrete, Realme intends to show that they will provide a 'seamless' experience.
Realme Buds Air will have wireless charging
It should be recalled that several details about these fully wireless headsets have already been revealed. Remember that they will hit the market with Bluetooth 5.0 and a box that supports wireless charging.
These will be available in white, black and yellow, and have a 12mm driver to enhance your bass. They will support touch controls so you can play or pause the music without touching the sending device.
The price of these Buds Air has not yet been officially revealed, but that is where their big selling point may be. According to a listing revealed on retailer Flipkart's website, these will sell for 4999 rupees in India (about 64 euros).
This is an impressive true price if it really presented with acceptable sound quality and wireless charging. Costing almost a third of other such solutions on the market, they could be real sellers.
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