After the continuous teasers, realme has finally announced the local pricing and availability for its True Wireless Headphones, the realme Buds Air.
Realme Buds Air packs the R1 chip to deliver seamless and instantaneous connectivity via Bluetooth 5, along with better battery performance, and smart controls. Thanks to its Auto Connection feature, you’ll only need to pair it once, and it’ll automatically connect to your device when you open the lid of the charging case.
It also boasts Gaming Mode, which reduces latency by up to 51% to ensure that the sound is in sync with what you’re playing or watching. It uses Dynamic Bass Boost Drivers for a more immersive experience.
To ensure that your voice comes out clear on the other side of the line, it’s also equipped with dual microphones which utilizes ENC (Environmental Noise Cancellation Technology) to filter out background noise.
Using an optical sensor, realme Buds Air is able to detect when they’re worn, pausing and continuing playback accordingly. With a long press, you can launch your voice assistant.
|Chip||R1 Headphone Chip|
|ENC (Environment Noise Cancellation Technology)|
|GFP (Google Fast Pair Technology)|
|10 Meters Effective Range|
|Size and Weight||Charging Case|
|Charging Case||Qi Wireless Charging|
|Battery||Up to 17 Hours Playback (Up to 3 hourse per charge)|
|Sensors||Optical Sensor for Wear Detection|
|In the Box||Buds|
|Wireless Charging Case|
|Type-C Charging Cable|
|Quick Guide Book|
Pricing and Availability
Realme Buds Air is priced at PhP3,990, and is set to be available in Lazada on January 22, 29, and February 6, 2020 for a special first offering price of PhP2,990.
- First 100 customers to purchase will get a FREE wireless charging pad
- Those who will purchase a realme Smartphone will also get PhP1,000 off the SRP of the realme Buds Air.
- From January 22 to February 6, vouchers will also be given away so you can purchase the realme Buds Air for only PhP3,490!
Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.