Realme Buds Air finally available also in Italy

It was way back on December 19 when Realme officially launched its first true wireless headphones, the Realme Buds Air. After several editions of corded headphones, the brand has decided to jump into the big market TWS headphones. If on the one hand this market is saturated, looking at low level headphones, on the other we have seen how few people propose a quality product. Realme is among them and has made bingo with these headphones. We looked forward to the arrival in Italy and after a few months we are there: the Buds Air are finally among us, available for pre-order on the official website.

The brand's TWS Realme Buds Air headphones are available for pre-order, even if only in one color

Before going further, however, we must inform you of a detail: if you fell in love with yellow or black headphones at the time, close this article. Unfortunately, at least for now, I am only white Realme Buds Air available at pre-order. The other two models will arrive later.

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But what do these headphones have that make them really special and different? Basically one thing: the processor. The brand did not rely on other companies for the SoC on board the true wireless headphones in question, but he produced one of his own. This is called R1 and allows, in addition to a lower than average cost, a noteworthy latency. For clarity: the AirPods have a latency (data in hand) of 204 ms while the Realme Buds Air have a latency of only 120 ms.

Another feature that makes these Realme Buds Air of the excellent wireless headphones is connectivity open-up car connection: thanks to this our smartphone, when we activate bluetooth, will immediately recognize the headphones by showing them on the screen through a Apple-style pop-up window.

The other features of these headphones are, the noise cancellation, ilnear optical sensor, the possibility of using gestures and the ability to be recharged via wireless.

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