In its Facebook Page, realme Philippines posted a teaser of its wireless earbuds, the realme Buds Air, with the caption “it’s time to breakfree”, which obviously means wires.

Realme Buds Air boasts a dedicated R1 chip with Bluetooth 5.0 – that means you get stable and instant connection between your the buds themselves, and your mobile device, as well as better battery performance, and smart controls.

Super Low Latency means there’s no noticeable delay in the sound for games and videos, and Instant Auto-Connection means the buds will automatically recognize and connect to your phone when you open the case.

For calls, the realme Buds Air is equipped with dual microphones that utilize Environment Noise Cancelling Technology to filter out background noise.

With its Smart In-Ear detection features, the realme Buds Air knows when you’re wearing them or not, and will automatically play or pause the track accordingly.

Touch controls allow the user to easily control playback, answer and end calls, and enter or exit gaming mode.

Realme Buds Air comes with a wireless charging case which can be charged via the Type-C port, or with a compatible wireless charger. It also features a dedicated LED indicator.

Speaking of battery life, realme Buds Air can deliver up to 17 hours of total uptime when used with the charging case (3 hours per charge).

Realme has yet to announce the price and availability details for the device.

Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.