Realme Buds Air Neo

A leak surfaced online confirming the existence of a new Realme True Wireless earphones (TWS), dubbed as Realme Buds Air Neo. This new (existing) earphone is expected to be the affordable yet alternative version of the original Realme Buds Air.

Realme Buds Air Neo: The Affordable Buds

According to leaks, the Realme Buds Air Neo will have a similar design to the original Buds Air, which is evidently seen as the retail box has shared the same design cues to the standard Buds Air. Apart from being affordable, the new earphone will feature an extensive battery life with up to 17 hours of usage on a single charge over Bluetooth 5.0.

Realme Buds Air Neo
Source: 91Mobiles

To cut the price, this earphone will lack wireless charging and come with a micro-USB port, unlike its pricey variant. Based on leaks, the earphone is anticipated to sport a custom R1 chip, 13mm audio drivers, and support Realme Gaming Mode that ensures low-latency in audio streaming.

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In addition to that, the earphone is said to use an optical sensor to determine the position of the ears. Much like Realme Buds Air, the Neo will have support for Realme’s Game Mode; however, it will reduce latency by 51 percent to improve the audio experience.

Realme Buds Air Neo Specifications (Rumored)

Realme Buds Air Neo

  • 13mm speakers
  • Realme R1 chip
  • Bluetooth 5.0
  • Micro-USB port
  • No wireless charging
  • 17-hour battery life

Despite the leaked images and details, Realme is yet to confirm when the Buds Air Neo will go official. However, we are sure that the earphone will make it to India as Realme wants to build its presence as a lifestyle brand.

Some suggest that the leaked Buds Air Neo will likely go official along with a new smartphone on May 25, as the company will be launching eight products in China. Nothing is confirmed as of now, so we suggest you take this piece of information with a grain of salt.


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