Realme is putting a lot of effort into introducing the Realme Buds Air 5 Pro TWS in overseas markets. The device had already been certified by the Malaysian SIRIM and the Indian BIS. Currently, an officially released teaser from Realme’s Twitter account appears to point to June 10 as the product’s official debut date.
As per the recent teaser, the company plans to introduce the TWS in the worldwide market at a reasonable cost. While the post indicates June 10 as the unveiling day, it is probably a typographical error, and instead, the earphones are expected to make their debut on July 10. No additional information has been provided in the post.
Realme Buds Air 5 Pro Specifications
The TWS earphone comes with an 11 mm dynamic driver and secondary drivers measuring 6 mm. It is equipped with active noise cancellation capabilities of up to 50 dB. Additionally, it is equipped with triple built-in microphones that provide AI noise cancellation during calls. The earbuds also support Spatial sound effects and the LDAC codec.
The Realme Buds Air 5 Pro provides a lasting audio experience with its strong battery performance. With a 460mAh battery in the case and a 60mAh cell in each earbud, these earphones have a total battery life of 40 hours. Moreover, the TWS earphones are water-resistant (IPX5-rated), suitable for active lifestyles, and protected against splashes and sweat. They also have Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity, ensuring stable and smooth connections with your devices. In China, the device costs CNY 399 (~$56/ INR 4,600). Based on the Chinese pricing, we can expect the device to be priced in India at around INR 5,500 or even INR 5,000.