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Realme Buds Air Neo Launched: Toned down version of Buds Air.



Today, Realme along with Realme Watch launched its New Wireless Earbuds dubbed Realme Buds Air Neo. The earbuds are the toned-down version of the Buds Air that launched last year. The earbuds have a 13mm driver, Bluetooth 5.0 & instant connection among others.

Realme Buds Air Neo

The earbuds look identical to the Buds Air & Apple Airpods. Anyway, the buds features a 13mm large boost bass drive, well its bigger than the one present on Buds Air (12mm). The wireless buds feature the proprietary R1 chip for a seamless audio experience.

The wireless buds have a super latency mode which reduces the latency to 119.2ms for the better gaming experience. The Realme Buds Air Neo has Bluetooth 5.0 for connectivity & also Google fast pairing protocol, the buds can also be paired automatically once the case is opened.

The earbuds have touch control, which means that users will be able to play/pause a track just by double-tapping the earbud or triple-tap to skip to the next track & long-press on either buds to wake up Google assistant. Moreover, users can also customize touch controls as per their needs in the Realme Link app. There’s a microphone for noise cancellation.

The company claims that the earphone provides a three hour of continuous music playback on a single charger while the charger case offers seventeen hours of battery backup. The charging case has a Micro-USB port instead of Type-C & there’s no wireless charging support as well, the Buds are IPX4 rated splash-proof.


Each buds weigh around 4.1 grams while the charging case weighs around 30.5 grams.

Price & Availability.


The Realme Buds Air Neo comes in three colour options – Pop White, Punk Green & Rock Red. The wireless buds are priced at Rs. 2,999 & will be available for purchase on May 28th on Flipkart, & soon will be available in offline stores as well.

A tech enthusiast, a graduate in Bachelors of journalism & mass communication. Gagan loves to write about technology and when he's not writing, he's honing his landscape photography skills.