Realme Buds Air Review

Realme Buds Air Review

Published on 07 January, 2020

Realme Buds Air Review: 

While the Apple earpods had received some very conflicting reviews, it is still known to be a style statement. Inspired by the Apple Airpods, Realme recently introduced Realme Buds Air, which is promised to change the way we groove. While that is still a question, Realme is the first to challenge Apple by launching their wireless earbuds that have an uncanny resemblance to Airpods, that too quarter the price of Rs. 3,999. At an unbelievable price, people are expecting that Realme would steal the show. 

Other than providing the colour black, white and yellow as a bait to the users, Realme is providing some additional features to look out for. Having fewer sensors on the buds and a charging case compatible with a USB TypeC port and 10W Qi wireless charger, Realme has truly aced the game of minimalism. Meant for both calling and music, the two microphones on each bud also provide noise cancellation and designed to be sweat-resistant. 

The Google Fast pair technology is the bonus that any user would enjoy for an effortless syncing of the wireless buds with any android smartphone. Working over Bluetooth 5.0 chip and supporting AAC codec, it is establishing a firm fact of being truly wireless. Apart from these, it also consists of a gaming mode that is activated by simply touching both the wireless buds for two seconds. 

The Realme Buds Air that is descriptive of amplifying music is absolutely comfortable and can be used for long use except the fit is not as great as the Apple pods and thus could not comply with its assurance to be completely noise-cancelling. This can be disappointing for people who are used to having such features over their earphones. The charging case comprises an LED light indicator that displays the charging level in terms of lights as in green, yellow and red lights. Also, the buds do support touch gestures in spite of not having any such buttons. So, you might need to be thorough with those, else you need to operate it from the main device. 

All in all, the Realme Buds Air is a classic competitor to the not-so pocket-friendly Apple airpods. Though the prices differ on being at another sphere, this is a smart investment if you are looking for something similar yet are on a budget.        

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