2020 has proved that phone makers want you to buy wireless earbuds.
I am still one of those people that believe that wired audio is superior to anything else, but after using a couple of wireless earbuds from the better part of the year, I am convinced that wireless audio streaming is the future.
realme, which entered the Kenya market about a month or two ago is taking the same approach with new wireless earbuds dubbed realme Buds Air Neo.
The Buds Air Neo are already available for purchase at Kilimall for KES 5000.
They bring some key features to the table, and for the most part, at least from a theoretical point of view, the buds appear to be as appealing and feature-packed for the price.
realme Kenya says that the pair has been launched in Kenya because locals have a ‘listening culture.’ I am not sure what that means, but my guess is that the majority of us love to listen to tunes using our phones, and having a decent pair of headsets in your bag is always a good start.
- Instant auto-connection
- 13 mm Dynamic Bass Boost Driver
- Bluetooth 5.0
- Battery life that can last up to 17 hours (it is usually less than that, but if it can do 10 hours, then that is an excellent number that matches the Galaxy Buds+, and would surpass the W31s by OPPO)
- Sound experience boosted by high-quality materials (polyurethane and titanium). According to realme, ‘The flexibility of polyurethane combined with the rigidity of titanium allows realme Buds Air Neo to provide both deep, powerful bass and clear treble ranges. A special opening allows for clear vocals in mid-range frequencies.’
The official launch date is tomorrow (September 10), but as said, you can grab them at Kilimall right now.
realme Kenya has promised customers some giveaways that will be publicized on its Instagram page, @realmekenya.