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new headphones with noise cancellation and up to 25 hours of autonomy

At the end of February we got to know the Realme Buds Air 2 and now it’s time to meet another new model from the manufacturer, this time in the form of the Realme Buds Air 2 Neo, in-ear and TWS headphones that also have a noise cancellation system.

A new model that has just been presented by the brand and that change the cane-like design we already saw in the Realme Buds Air 2, by a button-like aesthetic, whose center is dominated by a large LED that is supposed to serve as an indicator of different actions. In the lateral area, the part dedicated to touch controls.


Leaving the cane design behind

Realme Buds Air 2 Neo

The most affordable version called Buds Air 2 Neo, is now available and the company has already shown on its social networks, specifically in Twitter and Facebook, some images showing the design along with some of its features.

In this sense, the brand has taken the opportunity to offer information about its new TWS headphones, a model that we already know incorporates a 10-millimeter Dynamic Bass Boost driver in each headset and capable of offering up to a total of 25 hours without using noise cancellation, and 20 hours with active cancellation.

This model offers a minimum latency of 88 milliseconds if we have the gaming mode active and they are compatible with Bluetooth 5.2 devices. They are compatible with AAC HD sound codecs in addition to SBC.

Realme Buds Air 2 Neo 3

The Realme Buds Air 2 Neo include inside the Realme R2 chip already tested in the normal Realme Buds Air 2, so according to the brand they are capable of attenuating up to 25 decibels of external noise and offer active noise cancellation.

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For those who want to use them in sports, the Realme Buds Air 2 Neo resist splashes of water and sweat since are IPX5 certified.

Price and availability

The new Realme Buds Air 2 Neo hit the market in “Active Black” and “Calm Gray”, an almost white gray. They have been launched in Pakistan for 8,000 Pakistani rupees, which translates into approximately 44 euros to change and for now we do not know if they will reach Europe.

Via | GSMArena

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