The realme company has expanded its range of branded headphones with two new models at once. The first of them is a TWS headset Buds Air Pro, built on the energy-efficient S1 chip and equipped with an active noise reduction system. The second – Buds Wireless Pro with a neck bracket and protection against splashes.
Buds Air Pro
According to the manufacturer’s assurances, Buds Air Pro is capable of reducing the audibility of surrounding sounds by eight times. In addition, the novelty supports a special “transparent mode”, in which the owner of the accessory can hear not only music but also surrounding sounds.
The novelty is equipped with 10-millimeter speakers and is able to work up to 25 hours without activating the noise reduction system, and up to 20 hours when it is turned on, taking into account the recharge from the complete case. Another feature of the model is its low latency of 94 ms. The headphone case, protected by IPX4 standard, has a touch screen control panel.
The second novelty of the brand was Buds Wireless Pro headphones, built on a similar chip S1 and also received a system of active noise reduction. In the model with a neck rim, 13.6mm drivers are used. The autonomy of the gadget is 22 hours without activating the noise reduction, and up to 16 hours using this feature. The signal delay value of the model is 119 milliseconds. Like the Air Pro, the accessory is IPX4 protected.
The cost of realme Buds Pro is $69, and the manufacturer has estimated the Buds Air Pro model at $55. Both novelties will go on sale on the same day, October 16.