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Realme has introduced the Buds Air Pro and Buds Wireless Pro headphones

by Henry Brown

 

Today, Realme held a “Leap To Next Gen” event, which presented a pair of wireless headphones with active noise reduction – Buds Air Pro and Buds Wireless Pro.

Realme Buds Air Pro

Buds Air Pro is the company’s first TWS headphones to come with Active Noise Canceling (ANC). Realme claims that Buds Air Pro provides noise reduction of up to 35 dB. However, it is not recommended to completely isolate yourself from the outside world, so Buds Air Pro comes with a so-called transparency mode – it is designed to hear ambient sounds, for example, while driving.

The headphones are equipped with a 28-mm S1 chip and a special game mode with a low delay of 94 ms. Each headset is equipped with a 10 mm speaker and weighs only 5 grams. The charging case weighs 39.5 grams; it is equipped with a battery with a capacity of 486 mAh, which, according to Realme, can provide 25 hours of playback with the noise canceling system off and five hours less with the on. A 10-minute charge will provide 3 hours of operation. It takes an hour to fully charge.

Like most other TWS headphones, the Buds Air Pro supports touch controls and voice commands. And, for the first time in the Buds Air series, they are equipped with silicone ear pads for passive noise reduction.

Other features of Realme Buds Air Pro include Smart Wear Detection, Bluetooth 5.0, Google Fast Pair, IPX4 waterproof (headphone only) and Bass Boost + mode (for additional bass). No wireless charging.

The cost of the headphones is $ 68.

Realme Buds Wireless Pro

Buds Wireless Pro is an updated version of Buds Wireless, which was announced last year. Buds Wireless Pro, like Buds Air Pro, has an active noise reduction feature. The headphones also support the LDAC codec, which allows you to transfer audio via Bluetooth at speeds up to 990 Kbps.

Another new feature is smooth switching, which allows you to quickly switch between two connected devices by double-clicking the multifunction button.

Bass boost drivers have increased to 13.6 mm. The developers have also added the Super Low Latency Gaming Mode, when activated, the data transfer delay does not exceed 119 ms. The stated battery life on a single battery charge reaches 22 hours.

Buds Wireless Pro also supports Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity and is available for $ 55.

 

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