Realme introduced buds air 2 TWS headphones in February. Today, the company announced that it will unveil its more affordable version, the Realme Buds Air 2 Neo, on April 7.
The headphone industry, like the smartphone industry, is in strong competition. Announcing the arrival of a new headset for Realme, this announcement comes from the Pakistan branch of Realme, which posted a photo on its Twitter and Facebook accounts revealing the design and basic features of the Buds Air 2 Neo. The Buds Air 2 Neo is similar to the Buds Q, which is currently realme’s most affordable TWS headphones. However, you can see that Realme’s “R” logo on Buds Q has now been removed in Buds Air 2 Neo, and the headphones also appear to have microphones. There is also a pairing button placed between two buds inside the charging case. The Buds Air 2 Neo will reportedly feature Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), such as buds air 2. They are said to be planning to bring the ANC to the masses with these headphones.
The Buds Air 2 Neo will also place a 10 mm Dynamic Bass Booster On each bud. Although the company does not disclose the battery size and charging part of the headphones, it is claimed that users will receive a total of 28 hours of playback. That’s three hours more than Buds Air 2 promised. That’s all there is to know about headphones for now. With four days to go before the announcement, we expect Realme to approve more features of the Buds Air 2 Neo in the days before the announcement.