realme Buds : When launching the latest flagship smartphone with a classic suitcase design yesterday, realme also presented the latest variant of its affordable TWS earphones. Bringing a completely new design, the realme Buds Air 3 Neo comes as a successor with a fairly thorough upgrade. Launched in its home country, China first.
In Indonesia alone, the has just been launched in a new color option that is made in harmony with the realme GT NEO 3 Series. First introduced at the Mobile World Congress 2022 event, embedded with high-level active noise cancellation (ANC) technology, is able to reduce sound very effectively in its price class—even competing with AirPods Pro.
With the “Neo” name, the realme Buds Air 3 Neo comes as a more affordable option. The color options are practically the same, namely white and blue, but the design is quite different. The charging case cover is made transparent, while the earbuds this time are made with stems, plus they have shiny accents.
New Design, Longer Battery
The stem section of the realme Buds Air 3 Neo earbuds supports touch sensors for music control. As for the use of exercise sauce, it will remain safe thanks to the IPX5 certification. With earbuds that are larger than , there are a number of benefits that this latest generation brings. Anything?
The battery life of the realme Buds Air 3 Neo has been improved, from 28 hours to 30 hours. Once used, users can also listen to music non-stop for up to 7 hours, aka 2 hours longer. Just charge it for 10 minutes to listen to 2 hours of music. Using the USB-C port.
For audio quality, the realme Buds Air 3 Neo both use 10mm drivers, the Bass Boost type for powerful bangs. With enhanced materials, realme also provides Dolby Atmos support for a more jarring stereo effect.
The price of realme Buds Air 3 Neo is very cheap
More simply, the realme Buds Air 3 Neo is not yet supported with the ANC feature. But for voice calls, there is already an AI environmental noise canceling feature. There are two microphones in each earbud, including one to “pick up” the user’s voice, as well as “remove” ambient noise. The weight of each earbud is quite light, around 4 grams.
Users can connect this device with various gadgets, and for further control, it can be through the realme Link application which is available for Android and iOS. The connection itself is already using Bluetooth 5.2. There is a gaming mode that can be activated to reduce latency to just 88ms.
Already on sale in China, the realme Buds Air 3 Neo is priced at CNY149 or around Rp. 330 thousand. That is, almost half of the price of the realme Buds Air 2 Neo in Indonesia. So it is natural that it has not been supported by the ANC. According to Gizmo friends, which one is more worth buying?