Realme Buds Air 3 Listed on Flipkart Ahead of its Launch in India

- Updated: 4th Apr 2022, 10:29 IST
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    Specifications of Realme Buds Air 3

Realme is expected to debut the Realme GT 2 Pro in India on April 7th. In addition to the Realme GT 2 Pro, the company is introducing the Realme 9 4G, Realme Book Prime, and Realme Buds Air 3 in India. The Buds Air 3 is seen on the e-commerce website Flipkart ahead of its debut. The specifications and pricing of the Buds Air 3 are revealed by the e-commerce listing.

The Buds Air 3 will cost Rs 5,999, according to the Flipkart listing. This appears to be the box pricing, as the business has previously stated, via teasers, that the Buds Air 3 will be priced around Rs 4000, including the bank incentive. The characteristics of the future Buds Air 3 have also been disclosed on Flipkart, along with the cost. The Buds Air 3 was introduced at MWC in February for those who are unaware.

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Specifications of Realme Buds Air 3

Realme Buds Air 3

A 10mm dynamic bass boost driver with a liquid crystal polymer diaphragm is included in the Buds Air 3. It has a low latency gaming mode with a latency of only 88ms. The Buds Air 3 has two microphones and noise suppression of up to 42db. In addition to the ANC mode, it has a transparency mode.

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The Buds Air 3 has a battery life of up to 7 hours on a single charge. When ANC is turned on, the battery life drops to roughly 5.5 hours. The charging case has a 4000mAh battery that provides 30 hours of audio playback without the use of ANC. It also enables quick charging, with a 10-minute charge providing 100 minutes of audio listening.

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Bluetooth 5.2 is used in the Buds Air 3, and Google Fast Pair is enabled. It also has an IPX5 water-resistance rating. Moreover, it can also couple with two devices at the same time. The buds have a wear detecting function and let users use gestures to move between songs and play/pause music.