In Nepal, Realme Buds Air 2 Neo (TWS) wireless stereo earbuds have been released.
According to the manufacturer, the earbuds may last up to 28 hours of listening time. The earbuds now include noise cancellation for crisp clear calls, active noise cancellation (ANC), and Transparency Mode, offering users to hear the ambient sound without having to remove the earphones. The earbuds can be synced with the Realme Link App, which allows users to configure touch controls to operate their features.
Price & availability of the Realme Buds Air 2 Neo:
The Realme Buds Air 2 Neo is priced at NPR 5,499. The TWS earbuds are available in two colours: Active Black and Calm Grey. The Realme Buds Air 2 Neo is now available at authorized locations across Nepal, and it will soon be accessible via the company’s e-commerce partner Daraz.
The Realme Buds Air 2 Neo is an in-ear earphone with a similar design to the Galaxy Buds. It includes a battery case in the shape of a pebble and earphones that look like Galaxy Buds. The earphones also have a two-tone appearance, with a blue gradient on the glossy surface contrasted to the rest of the body.
Buds Air 2 Neo has the following controls: Play/pause, answer/reject calls with a double-tap. The next track is a triple tap. Press & hold for one second to reject the call. Switch between noise-cancelling and transparency modes by pressing and holding both buds.
Specifications of the Realme Buds Air 2 Neo
The Realme Buds Air 2 Neo TWS earbuds have a 10mm Liquid Crystal Polymer (LCP) bass boost driver and a Bass Boost+ algorithm, which promises deep bass and clear stereo sound.
ANC, which claims to suppress ambient noise by up to 25dB, is one of the most marketed advantages of the earbuds.
There’s a Transparency Mode that lets you hear what’s going on around you without taking off your headphones.
The R2 chip in the Realme Buds Air 2 Neo TWS earbuds ensures ultra-low battery consumption and consistent communication.
The environmental noise cancellation (ENC) algorithm is used in conjunction with a dual-mic configuration to considerably minimize ambient noise for clear communication during conversations.
When the Gaming Mode is enabled, the earphones are said to have a latency of as low as 88ms.
According to the manufacturer, both earbuds transmit sound at the same time, which reduces latency and lag.
The Buds Air 2 Neo, according to Realme, can last up to 28 hours with ANC turned off and up to 20 hours with ANC turned on.
With ANC turned on, the earbuds are said to last 5 hours and 7 hours, respectively.
The earbuds can be completely charged in 2 hours using the charging case and a USB Type-C charging connector, according to Realme.
According to the manufacturer, a short 10-minute charge using the charging case will provide up to 3 hours of play-time.
Specifications Realme Buds Air 2 Neo
Size of sound driver: 10mm
Noise-cancelling capabilities: Environmental noise cancellation (ENC) and active noise cancellation (ANC) (ENC)
Soundcards: AAC, SBC
Water resistance rating: IPx5 /earbuds only
Bluetooth version: 5.2
Time to charge: 2 hours for a full charge with charging case
1.5 hours for a full charge without the charging case; 10 minutes for 3 hours of gameplay with the charging case (at 50 per cent volume in AAC quality) Time limit for use (at 50 per cent volume in AAC quality) 20 hours with ANC on; 28 hours without ANC with charging case, ANC on 5 hours; ANC off: 7 hours without charging case
The earphones have an IPX5 water-resistant certification. On-ear touch controls may be used to manage volume, music, and calls on each earbud. From the Realme Link app, you may configure the touch controls. Turn on/off Noise Cancelling, enter/exit Gaming Mode, adjust EQ settings, and more with the touch controls. The Realme Buds Air 2 Neo TWS earbuds support Bluetooth 5.2 for connectivity.