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The first Realme headphones with active noise canceling were less than $ 70

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Realme has released final details on the Realme Buds Air Pro wireless earbuds, which were declassified a few days before today’s announcement.

Realme says the Buds Air Pro delivers up to 35dB noise cancellation through dual microphones. However, the manufacturer does not recommend completely blocking the sounds of the outside world, so the headphones have a Transparency Mode. Also, the noise canceling function works in the talk mode.

Realme Buds Air Pro are equipped with a 28mm S1 chip and a dedicated 94ms low latency gaming mode. Each earbud is equipped with a 10mm speaker and weighs just 5 grams. The 39.5-gram charging case is equipped with a 486 mAh battery, which Realme says can provide a total of 25 hours of playtime with noise canceling off and five hours less with it on. A 10-minute charge gives you 3 hours of use. A full charge takes an hour.

Like most other TWS earbuds, the Buds Air Pro supports touch controls and voice commands. The Buds Air series uses silicone ear cushions for passive noise canceling.

The first Realme headphones with active noise canceling were less than $ 70

The headphones received Bluetooth 5.0, Google Fast Pair, IPX4 protection, Bass Boost + mode. The price is only $ 68.

 

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