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Realme Confirms the Realme Buds Air to Adopt Wireless Charging and Black Colour Skin

The Chinese tech maker Realme is all set to launch the Realme Buds Air earbuds along with the Realme X2 Smartphone on December 17. A few days before the launch event, the company has revealed a core speciality of the Buds Air headphones. Now, it is confirmed to enter the market with wireless charging support. A product page on Flipkart has been appeared live depicting the price and other information.

We have come to know the confirmed information from a reliable source familiar closely with the product. It reveals that the Realme Buds Air will embrace the wireless charging out of the box and eventually, you don’t need to buy any additional case to facilitate the wireless charging like Apple’s AirPods do. Additionally, it is also confirmed to come in black colour skin.

Features of Realme Buds air:

Further, the rumors are teasing the headphones to hold a price tag of INR 4,999 at the time of launch on Dec 17. As per the trustworthy sources, the company has stated the device to be under INR 5,000. Correspondingly, it seems the Realme Buds Air Earbuds are definitely an affordable prospect against those of Apple AirPods, costing around Rs. 12,000.

Apart from the Black colour approach, the Buds Air will also be available in Yellow and White shades. Physically, the music equipment resembles the Apple AirPods stunningly. In fact, the upcoming Realme headphones will be in direct competition with the likes of Apple AirPods, Huawei FreeBuds 3, and Samsung Galaxy Buds etc.

Some of the key specifications of the Realme Buds Air conclude 12mm bass boost drive, Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity (will be connected on opening the case), inbuilt Google Assistant, touch support, Voice Assistant, phone calls and various others in the pack.

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