With TWS earphones garnering skyrocketing popularity among music lovers and those who fancy listening to their favorite audio without any sort of interruption, the market is teeming with options.
Realme took the wraps off its first pair of truly wireless earphones dubbed the Buds Air in Dec. 2019. The company teased its Pro version on Oct. 1, bearing an apt moniker: Realme Buds Air Pro.
These are expected to adopt a highly appealing in-ear design with adjustable rubber tips, ANC (active noise cancellation), and a special 94ms low latency mode. The Pro sibling of the Buds Air TWS earphones is slated to hit the store shelves on Oct. 7.
In addition to the Buds Air Pro, Realme will announce its Buds Wireless Pro which sports an around the neck design and are touted as an upgrade over the Buds Wireless earphones, which were launched last year. The Buds Wireless Pro has already been spotted in an NCC listing, which revealed its USB-C charging port aside from giving us a brief glimpse of its outward appearance.
Recently Realme India CEO Madhave Sheth tweeted that the Buds Wireless Pro will also support Sony’s LDAC, active noise cancellation, and Hi-Res Audio playback. They are also scheduled to launch on Oct. 7.