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Realme Buds Air Neo live photos surface online as it passes through certification


Realme debuted its Realme Buds Air true wireless earbuds in the Indian market

last month, which also made its way to China a few days ago. We recently reported that the company is now working on another variant of the same, named Realme Buds Air Neo.

Now, the upcoming Realme Buds Air Neo have surfaced online through the listing on Taiwanese National Communication Commission (NCC). While it doesn’t reveal much information about the earbuds, it gives us a clear look at the design.

Realme Buds Air Neo Live Photos

While the Realme Buds Air Neo looks very similar to the Apple AirPods-like design of the Buds Air, there are some minor difference. Firstly, the upcoming Buds Air Neo will come with a microUSB port for charging, unlike the USB Type-C port on its predecessor.

This means that the upcoming Realme Buds Air Neo could be a cheaper variant of the Buds Air TWS earbuds. Although it has the same carry case, we expect the company to drop wireless charging feature to make them more budget-friendly.

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When the Buds Air Neo first appeared in a teaser video shared by the company, we expected it to be a premium and upgraded variant with features like active noise cancellation. However, that no longer seems to be the case given that its more of a budget-friendly option.

Since the device has already passed through certification process, we expect Realme to launch this Buds Air Neo in the coming weeks or months.

The recently launched Buds Air from Realme comes with a battery life of 3 hours for continuous playback and up to 17 hours with the charging case. At a price point of ₹3,999, the device comes with several interesting features like the charing case which comes with support for wireless charging and has a Type-C port for wired charging.

You can check out our review of the Realme Buds Air here.

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