The Chinese manufacturer Really It is a company that has had a very rapid growth in the last year. His formula? One very similar to Xiaomi's, high quality terminals, excellent performance hardware and very low prices.
Examples of this are Realme X2 and Realme Q, two of its most famous mobile phones, and largely responsible for Really position yourself so well in the market. But today a new mobile of the brand does not summon us, but the launch of its new wireless headphones, the Realme Buds Air.
Everything we know about the Buds Air, Realme's AirPods
The Buds Air are the new Realme True Wireless headphones. According to an advance access promotion for the Indian market, published by the same manufacturer, They will be launched on December 17. Also, thanks to the images of that publication, we know some extra details about these new headphones, which come to compete with the models of Xiaomi and Apple itself.
Its most striking feature is its practically identical to the AirPods design Apple, so it could be said that Realme has no fear of criticism. The only significant difference between the two is that the Realms have a silver stripe at the end, because even the box is very similar.
In addition, it is known that they will have a couple of 12mm speakers (one per headset), compatibility with Bluetooth 5.0, automatic connection system With the mobile that will be activated just open the box where they are stored, and IPX4 certification against splashes.
When will we see the Realme Buds Air in Spain?
According to the publication, the Buds Air they will be released in three colors: white, black and yellow. Finally, it is known that they will include a touch panel from which you can control the music you play, as well as Google Assistant support.
Stay tuned for new posts about these wireless headphones, because in Androidphoria We will be following his mark. And as soon as they are available, be sure that we will find the best price for you. At the moment, we don't know its starting price, and we also don't know its launch date in Europe.