Realme’s first flagship noise-canceling headset, the Buds Air3, will be released in March.
Today, a Weibo blogger we like to quote posted a photo of the headsets and we have to say it is basically in line with the previously revealed render. It comes in a sapphire blue color and the top of the charging box is made of transparent material.
The tipster also said that our protagonist supports 42dB noise reduction. It comes with a self-developed “deep-sea noise reduction technology”, Rheinland high-performance noise reduction certification, 30-hour battery life, customized hearing sense, Bluetooth 5.2, dual-device connection, and will hit the market at the same time with the Realme GT Neo3 mobile phone.
Earlier this year, MySmartPrice exposed real photos of the Realme Buds Air3 true wireless headphones.
It is reported that the headset body has three built-in microphones to support active noise reduction. It adopts an in-ear design, and the matching earplug sleeves are also blue. This product has the Bass Boost+ function, which can enhance the low-frequency effect and can adjust the sound effect in the mobile app. In addition, it is also expected to provide a game mode, with priority to ensure low latency.
For every wireless headset, every next generation doesn’t come with many improvements over the previous one. This is also true for the Buds Air 3. But the latter will offer a few interesting features that will make the headset stand out in the market. For instance, our protagonist is going to offer in-ear detection. This means that when we remove one of the earbuds, the system automatically pauses music playback.
Other than that, the Realme Buds Air 3 can provide about 30 hours of battery life with ANC turned off. On the charging box, we will find a USB Type-C interface that will provide a way faster charging.
There have been various rumors saying that it will support dual device connection. Users can connect this TWS headset to two devices at the same time and switch between the two at will.
Additionally, the Realme Buds Air 3 will provide users with the ability to adjust the audio to their liking. That said, the headset can generate custom tuning patterns for users after testing.
GizChina proves that the Buds Air 3 will land in the Indian market soon. It ought to cost less than 4,000 Indian rupees (about $54).