Realme Buds Air 2 is the most recent pair of truely wireless earbuds from the company. These new earbuds are a redesign over the first Buds Air that marked the entry of Realme into the personal audio segment back in 2019. Yet, the Buds Air 2 are more similar from the Buds Air Pro that was launched under a half year prior in India. The design appears to be acquired, yet the Buds Air 2 includes of active noise cancellation for the lowest price in the series. Realme has likewise launched the Motion Activated Night Lights in India that are intended for use along the stairs.
For Buds Air 2, Realme has teamed up with the EDM duo The Chainsmokers who, the company said, have tuned the earbuds to sound the best in their category. This isn’t the first time Realme has partnered with experts from the music industry. Back in 2019, Realme named Alan Walker for the launch of Buds Air. Realme has named the Buds Air 2 after the song “Closer” that was released in 2016 by The Chainsmokers featuring Halsey. Realme will also support young talented music artists under the new Realme Music Studio in partnership with The Chainsmokers. However, special Chainsmokers edition could have a good impact to the Buds Air 2 family.
The Realme Buds Air 2 comes in Closer Black and Closer White colours, both priced at Rs 3,299. The initial sale begins March 2 from noon on Flipkart, Realme online store. It will be accessible later through mainline stores.
Concerning the details, the Realme Buds Air 2 earbuds has a 10mm diamond class Hi-Fi driver, which the company says can bring “ultra-high quality sound due to the use of material with hardness comparable to diamonds.” This driver is usually found in premium-end earphones and headphones but Realme, as a part of its democratisation drive, is offering it on the very affordable Buds Air 2. As a result, the distortion rate has been decreased to under 0.5 percent, which is the industry standard at present. Realme is using this innovation to offer the new Bass Boost+ and Dynamic equalizer settings accessible in the Realme Link application on Android. Realme Buds Air 2 supports AAC audio quality but there is no support for aptX or LDAC formats.
Realme Buds Air 2 accompanies with active noise cancellation up to 25dB, which sounds good for the price. Even if the ANC on these earbuds isn’t of the level that Apple AirPods Pro can offer, it is great to have at this price. The ANC is facilitated by dual-microphones, alonge with environmental noise cancellation in calls. Realme Buds Air 2 supports three ANC modes, noise cancellation, normal and transparency. Realme Buds Air 2 is fueled by the new R2 chipset, which is said to increase battery life by 80%. Realme claims the Buds Air 2 can offer 120 minutes of playback with 10 minutes of charge (if ANC is off and volume is set to 50 percent). Charging the earbuds takes 1 hour while the case would take around 2 hours to completely charge with earbuds inside. There is an IPX5 rating, as well, that makes the Realme Buds Air 2 splash-proof. The earbuds use Bluetooth 5.2 to pair with Android and iPhones, However, the this doesn’t support these earbuds in the Realme Link application.
Realme Motion Activated Night Light costs Rs 599 and will be available from February 26 on Flipkart and Realme online store. Realme has launched another smart accessory for homes called the Motion Activated Night Light. It is a weirdly long name for a light that looks like a doughnut. The curved edge on outside has the light fitted inside in a circular design. It is operated using a battery inside the Realme says will last for 365 days. It has an magnetic design that sticks to most surfaces. There is a photosensor that recognizes human activities to flip the light on and off after 15 seconds. It works at a 120-degree horizontal angle and has 2800K warmth.