Realme unveils Buds Air 2

Realme officially announced today the Buds Air 2 wireless headphone that applies with active noise cancellation, longer battery life and a price of $ 45.

The Buds Air 2 wireless headset was launched today during the Narzo 30 event, as the headset comes with the same design features as the Buds Air Pro headphone, and is available in two colors, black and white, and the speaker also includes a dedicated R2 chip that supports 80% battery life extension, reducing response time 35% compared to the previous version.

The Buds Air 2 also includes a 10 mm motor, and is characterized by a design with a layer of DLC that allows the production of bass with stronger performance, with a higher frequency, the company also introduces the wireless headphones with the new Bass Boost plus style.

The company also added two new settings in the Realme Link application, namely Dynamic and Bright, where the first settings can support the balance between bass, triple and medium sounds, while the other mode works to enhance the human voice, with the aim of supporting the user more efficiently in listening to podcasts and audiobooks.

Buds Air 2 supports active noise cancellation that reduces noise up to 25 decibels, with the feature of filtering all low-frequency sounds, and the headphone also supports ENC noise canceling that supports the user with clear and crisp calls through dual microphones on both sides of the speaker.

Buds Air 2 supports touch control in the headphone tools, it also supports the Smart Wear Detection feature that realizes the removal of the speaker from the user’s ear to automatically turn off the speaker, and the headset supports Bluetooth 5.2.

Realme also upgraded the gaming style in the wireless headset with a latency of 88 milliseconds, and the battery in the headset is scheduled to provide a charging life of up to 5 hours, or 25 hours with the holster if the active noise cancellation feature is turned off or 22.5 hours when the feature is activated. .

Headphone Realme Buds Air 2 come with an IPX5 rating, and are available at a price of $ 45 or 37 euros, to be launched for the Indian market, starting from March 2.


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