Subsequently, Realme announced the launch of the Buds Air Pro Master version in December last year, and Madhav Sheth, Realme’s vice president and CEO of Realme India and Europe, confirmed in an interview that Realme will launch Buds Air 2 in the first quarter of 2021.
There is no exact release date for Realme Buds Air 2, but the Bluetooth headset has appeared in the Realme Link application, which is Realme’s AIoT software.
As can be seen from the screenshots, Realme Buds Air 2 looks similar to Buds Air Pro and will be designed in black all-over. It is not known whether the Bluetooth headset has other colors.
The previous generation of product Realme Buds Air uses R1 custom chip, the delay is as low as 119.3ms; ENC call noise reduction technology, intelligently eliminates environmental noise; wear detection + smart touch, easy control; support Type-C and Wireless charging, ready to use; 17 hours long battery life, satisfy all-day use. The Realme Buds Air wireless headset is priced at $61.