Realme unveiled the Buds Air 2 TWS earphones in February, and today the company revealed it will introduce their more affordable version dubbed Buds Air 2 Neo on April 7.
This announcement comes from Realme’s Pakistani branch, who shared a picture on its Twitter and Facebook accounts revealing the Buds Air 2 Neo’s design and key features.
The Buds Air 2 Neo look similar to the Buds Q that are Realme’s most affordable TWS earphones right now. However, you can see that Realme’s “R” logo on the Buds Q is now done away with on the Buds Air 2 Neo and the earphones also appear to have microphones. Besides, the charging case also has the pairing button inside it placed between the two buds.
Realme says the Buds Air 2 Neo will feature Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) like the Buds Air 2 and with them they plan to bring ANC to the masses.
The Buds Air 2 Neo will also pack a 10mm Dynamic Bass Boost Driver in each bud, and while the company doesn’t reveal the battery size of the earphones and the charging case, it says users will get a total of 28 hours of playback, which is three hours more than what the Buds Air 2 promise.
With the unveiling still four days away, we expect Realme to confirm more features of the Buds Air 2 Neo in the days leading up to the announcement.