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Realme Buds Air 3, details that may interest Internet users

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Launched almost a year ago, the Realme Buds Air 2 have been very well received by the general public thanks to their excellent value for money. The question is whether, through the improvements proposed by the Realme Buds Air 3, they will arouse as much interest.

MySmartPrice is an online research and information platform on the latest technologies: mobile phones, headphones, household appliances, computers, etc. Recently, she brought to light the characteristics of the Buds Air 3 headphones from the Realme brand.

Realme Buds Air 3 details that may interest Internet users
Photo of the Realme Buds Air 2

Of course, the Chinese firm plans for improvements, but our source claimed that she also preferred to keep some of the peculiarities of the Buds Air 2 headphones.

Realme Buds Air 2 vs. Realme Buds Air 3

Why would it be interesting to compare two products from the same supplier? In fact, this is to give you an idea of ​​the improvements made in the Realme Buds Air 3 compared to its predecessor.

Some of the biggest assets of the Buds Air 2 are:

  • The custom R2 chip, with 35% lower game mode latency and up to 80% longer battery life than its predecessor.
  • 10mm speakers. Thanks to its DLC carbon coating, the helmet produces very rich bass, embellished with a perfectly clear sound;
  • An ANC (active noise cancellation) option, reducing noise by up to 25 decibels;
  • The Bass Boost+ mode which improves the bass and maximizes the power of the speakers.
  • Its long battery life, up to 22.5 hours in playback mode with ANC activated. By disabling this option, this duration can go up to 25 hours.

What about Buds Air 3? In fact, for this new version, the firm would offer:

  • Better battery life, up to 30 hours in playback mode, ANC off;
  • The ability to customize the audio experience according to user preferences;
  • The ability to connect the headphones to two devices, simultaneously. In fact, it would be possible to switch between the two connected devices.

Could these improvements be of interest to consumers?

Note first that the design of the Realme Buds Air 3 should be similar to that of the Buds Air 2. Similarly, the brand would have preferred to keep the Bass Boost+ mode (rather than improving it), as well as the intra detection function. -auricular. This allows music playback to be automatically interrupted regardless of the earpiece removed. Just like the previous model, the Realme Buds Air 3 will obviously have low latency in game mode.

The estimated price of this product is around 4,000 rupees (47 €), compared to 3,299 rupees (39 €) for the Buds Air 2 when they were launched.

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Marshall Amplification was bought by Zound Industries, which has been producing Marshall headphones and speakers for 12 years.

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Marshall Amplification, best known for its guitar amplifiers, was sold to the Swedish company Zound Industries. The irony of the situation is that it was Zound Industries that in recent years, since 2010, has been releasing headphones and speakers under the Marshall brand.

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Apple recently released a developer preview of iOS 16.4 that includes references to the new AirPods with model number A3048 and the new AirPods case with model number A2968.

According to well-known analyst Ming Chi-Kuo, we are talking about the fully wireless version of the AirPods Pro 2 headphones with a USB-C connector. Recall that Apple released AirPods Pro 2 with a Lightning connector at the end of last year. Bulk shipments of the new headphones are expected between the second and third quarters of this year.

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The very unusual design of the Huawei FreeBuds 5 headphones is inspired by Rupert’s ultra-strong glass drops

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The very unusual design of the Huawei FreeBuds 5 headphones is inspired by Rupert's ultra-strong glass drops

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The very unusual design of the Huawei FreeBuds 5 headphones is inspired by Rupert's ultra-strong glass drops

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