The Realme GT Neo 6 was just revealed in China as the GT Neo 5’s replacement (Realme GT Neo 6 vs Realme GT Neo 5). However, the business also debuted the new Realme Buds Air 6 and Buds Air 6 Pro TWS in the area, so the new smartphone wasn’t the only one. These have some really noteworthy features and specifications.

Realme Buds Air 6

12.4mm titanium plated dynamic drivers are used in the Chinese brand’s Buds Air 6 model. These enable Hi-Res Audio and LHDC 5.0 for better audio quality. Dynamic bass and Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) of up to 50 dB are promised by the manufacturer. Additionally, there is a special gaming mode for mobile users that reduces latency to just 55 ms. These earbuds can even be paired with two devices at once.

With the charging case, it can run for up to 40 hours on a single full charge, and 7 minutes of charging can provide 7 hours of audio playback. Touch controls, Bluetooth 5.3, IP55 water and dust protection, and water and dust resistance are some of the other noteworthy characteristics. Right now, the Realme Buds Air 6 can be purchased in China for 269 Yuan, or about $37, on and the company’s official website.

Buds Air 6 Pro Realme

The Buds Air 6 Pro model, in contrast to the base model, has a dual driver system with an 11mm woofer and a 6mm tweeter. It still has two noise reduction microphones that can cut noise by up to 4000 Hz, in addition to the 50dB ANC. For calls, the earphones also have AI deep noise reduction. Other than this, there are no differences between the two variants in terms of battery life, water resistance rating, and other features. The Realme Buds Air 6 Pro are currently obtainable through the Realme online store as well. It costs 469 Yuan, or about $65, on the market.

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