- Tram Ho
In the recent Realme C12 launch event, the company officially brought Buds Air Neo wireless headphones to the Vietnamese market, forming the latest low-cost pair and showing efforts are covering the range of AIOT products such as they revealed in July.
This Realme Buds Air Neo is sold at a price of 1.99 million dong, which can be said to be quite cheap and users are increasingly popular with genuine wireless headphones.
What surprised me first was that the product box had 2 different … colored ears. So Realme wants to create personality when the person wears one color on each side?
Luckily, opening it up inside was a white set. Surely Realme wants to introduce to users that they have this moss green color to buy more collectibles.
The bundled product includes only the connection instruction paper, the user tips and the Micro USB charging cord.
From the moment I opened the box, I saw that this headset is very similar to Apple’s AirPods, from the charging case …
… to the internal earphones as if they were cast in the same mold.
Startled, I immediately borrowed my friend’s AirPods for comparison. Do you know which side is Apple’s ear, which side is Realme’s!
Turning to the back is starting to make a little difference. Apple put the connection button to the back accompanied by a metal hinge. Meanwhile, Realme’s headset is only a white color, the bottom is Designed by Realme.
Realme Buds Air Neo uses Micro USB port to charge, while Apple AirPods is Lightning port. Looking at this corner you will see that the Realme’s charging box is a bit thicker.
One thing that Apple’s charging case doesn’t do compared to the Realme is standing upright on a flat surface.
Looking at these two headphones, if you see someone wearing them, perhaps it will be difficult to distinguish.
Again, guess what is Apple, which is Realme?
The easiest spot to recognize is the tail: Realme Buds Air Neo uses 2 small contact dots, while the AirPods are shiny metal rings.
The connection process of the Realme Buds Air Neo is also quite simple. First you need to have the Realme Link app, create an account and hold down the connect button on the headset box.
The phone will quickly recognize the headset and connect to the app for easy management. With Realme Link, users can manage and customize devices in the AIOT ecosystem of this company.
Here users can customize some touch gestures in the earbud, monitor the current battery level as well as update the new firmware for the headset.
According to Realme, Buds Air Neo headphones are equipped with a 25mAh battery, while the charging box is equipped with 400mAh, allowing up to 17 hours of music playback. In addition, the company says the ear uses a large 13mm driver, uses high-quality polyurethane and titanium. The versatility of polyurethane combined with the rigidity of titanium allows the realme Buds Air Neo to deliver both deep, powerful bass and treble that lets you hear vocals clearly at mid-range frequencies.
A few bonus photos of the third candidate look no different – OPPO Enco Free . The experience writer is in black, but this product is also available in white and looks very similar to the Apple house:
Source : Genk