- Tram Ho
Yesterday (17/12), Realme – OPPO sub-brand has just launched its first true wireless headset model in India with full name is Realme Buds Air. This is the company's fourth audio accessory, in addition to the Realme Buds, Buds 2 and Buds Wireless headphones that have been introduced before.
According to the manufacturer's announcement, Realme Buds Air possesses a semi-open ergonomics design, thus giving users a much more comfortable use compared to in-ear headphones. ear (in-ear).
At a glance, it can be seen that the Realme Buds Air has a pretty similar appearance to Apple's AirPods headset with a fairly long body. In addition, it also has a built-in touch control mechanism such as double tap to pause / play, press three times to play the next song, touch and hold to activate the Google Assistant or reject calls. .
In addition, Buds Air also has a smart feature that automatically pauses music playback when users remove headphones from the ear and resume playback when wearing them again. The headset features an advanced LCP multi-layer composite driver and 12mm driver that provides clearer sound.
The product uses Dynamic Bass Boost technology to increase the bass, thus giving users a richer audio experience when listening to music and watching movies. In addition, it also has two built-in microphones for noise cancellation – a voice recording microphone and a microphone to capture ambient sound, then aggregate and provide clearer voice quality.
Realme Buds Air is equipped with a high-performance R1 chip to help solve wireless audio latency issues. On the other hand, it also supports Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity with signal interference resistance much higher than wireless headphones using Bluetooth 4.2 standard on the market today.
In particular, Buds Air also incorporates a game mode with the ability to delay 51%, keeping the audio and video signals in sync, completely beating other competitors in the market today. with a latency of only 120ms.
While not announcing a specific battery capacity, Realme said Buds Air can play music continuously for 3 hours and the battery life will increase to 17 hours if used with a charging case. The device supports wireless charging and the case also has an ergonomic design, notification LED, and USB Type-C port for wired charging.
As expected, Realme Buds Air will officially be sold in India from the upcoming 23/12 for a price of only 3999 Rupees (about 1.3 million). This model comes with three different color options for the user to choose from, including Gold, White and Black.
Source : Trí Thức Trẻ