Realme is about to launch one of its wireless earphones soon. This new Buds Wireless Pro earphones are listed on the Taiwanese certification site NCC.
Smartphone maker Realme may soon launch an upgraded model of its wireless neckband earphones Realme Buds Wireless. This wireless earphone can be launched as Realme Buds Wireless Pro. It has recently been spotted on the Taiwanese certification site NCC. The look and design of the new Wireless Buds Pro are the same as the previous model. It is listed as RMA208. However, it has been replaced with a USB Type C port instead of Micro USB.
A small hole near the USB port can also be spotted. It is possible that this is provided for the flap covering the port. No information about its features has been shared on the NCC certification site. This will be an upgraded version of Realme Buds Wireless, so it can get many upgrades compared to the old model. In this, active noise cancellation and Bluetooth 5.0 support features can be given. Also, IPX4 ratings can be given in it. That is, it will not spoil the sweat.
Realme Buds Wireless was launched by the company last year with Realme XT. This neckband earphones come with an attractive design. It was launched at a price of Rs 1,799. The weight of the earphone is not known because of its weight on the neck. Once it is charged, it works for 8 to 10 hours. Magnetic earpieces are provided in these earbuds. Which gets stuck off as soon as it sticks. Earbuds have to be separated from each other to turn it on. Many more buds come with earpieces depending on the size of the ears. Depending on your ear size, you can attach any bud grip. The neckband also has a volume controller, which helps in picking up calls to music playback.