Realme launched its first active noise-cancelling headset, Realme Buds Air Pro, today, at rs 4999, or about RMB463.
According to rendering picture, Realme Buds Air Pro is very similar to OPPO Enco W51 in appearance, but the charging box has a round pancake shape.
The real wireless earphone adopts in-ear design and is equipped with a 10mm moving coil unit. The headset supports active noise reduction with a depth of up to 35dB. Transparent mode is supported and the latency can be reduced to 94ms in game mode.
On chip, Realme Buds Air Pro claims that it is equipped with a customized S1 active noise reduction chip, which has not only excellent active noise reduction performance, but also battery life and low latency. Even with active noise reduction on, 20 hours of music can be guaranteed with a charging case. Supporting dual microphone call noise reduction, can ensure clear voice call.
Realme Buds Wireless Pro also launched with Realme Buds Air Pro, which has the support of larger sound unit (13.8mm) and Sony LDAC Hi-Res Audio coding, and also supports active noise reduction.
On the price side, Realme Buds Wireless Pro, a choker, costs 3999 rupees, or about 370 yuan, in India. On the other hand, Buds Air Pro, a wireless earphone, costs 4999 rupees, or about 463 yuan, in India.
It is expected that the price of both earphones in China will remain within 500 yuan, which will become another true fragrance choice after OPPO Enco W51.