Realme Buds Air 2 TWS Spotted In Realme Link App, Coming Soon

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Realme launched its first TWS headset called Buds Air back in December 2019 and introduced the Pro Variants last October. After the launch of these two products, the CEO of the India-based brand confirmed the arrival of the Realme Buds Air 2 TWS. So far we have only heard from the FCC certification body but something more concrete has been spotted by the GSMArena team.

According to a tip made to colleagues at GSMArena, within the companion app of the smart products of the Realme Link brand, evidence was found about an imminent launch of the headphones in question. The Realme Buds Air 2 TWS have in fact appeared among the already synchronizable audio devices, as if they had already been launched on the market. Below is the screenshot showing their existence.

As far as you can see, the design of the Realme Buds Air 2 appears to be very very similar to that of the first generation Pro. The shape of the rounded case is back even if it seems to be slightly larger than before. The shape of the earphones themselves also appears to be very similar to before. In short, we could be faced with a product already seen that again has only hardware features.

Interestingly, tipster Ishan Agarwal recently also shared a poster a few days back revealing that Realme is partnering up with EDM duo ‘The Chainsmokers’ to promote their upcoming TWS earbuds.

The publication’s source confirms that this leak is related to the Buds Air 2 TWS which means there will be the third pair of earphones to feature ANC after Realme Buds Air Pro and Air Pro Master Edition. The only concrete data available to us is the capacity of the battery of the charging case: 400mAh, which means Realme Buds Air 2 TWS will have great autonomy.

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