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Realme launches True Wireless Earphones Buds Air 2 with Active Noise Cancellation in India

Realme launches True Wireless Earphones Buds Air 2 with Active Noise Cancellation in India

Realme, one of the most famous mobile companies in Asia, has launched its all-new Realme Buds Air 2, true wireless earphones in India. The new earphone is the successor to the previous version of Realme Buds Air, launched in 2019. This new gadget has an entirely new-looking design and fits, unlike its predecessor. It can be switched to an in-canal fit, unlike the previous model, which only had the outer-ear fit.

It also has an active noise cancellation set-up, and the headset will be available in two color variants- closer white and closer black. This is to signify the company's collaboration with the most renowned electronic music DJs, The Chainsmokers, who have been roped by the firm to help them with the sound tuning of the Realme Buds Air 2.

The Realme Buds Air 2 is priced at Rs 3,299, and it is among the most affordable true wireless heads with an in-built technology such as noise cancellation that is available in India. The new wireless earphone is now intense competition for brands like Mi, Redmi, Noise, and Boat, but ANC's presence at this price point gives the headset a significant advantage.

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