The realme Buds Air 3S could be the successor to the Buds Air 3 that hit the market on July 12th. At first, rumors indicate that the Chinese brand had the model listed before the regulatory agency, equivalent to Anatel do Brasil. User Mukul Sharma who is popular for reporting and leaking details like this was the one who showed the information.
The specifications, however, have not been revealed and there has been no confirmation from realme. So, there’s no way to know what’s new among the features that this new wireless headset will bring. Still, you can get an idea if you take into account what the realme Buds Air 3 features.
One of the highlights of the model, at first, is the fact that it has an active noise cancellation of 42 dB, which is a considerable value. In addition, it is a product that promises good bass and a sound with very clean vocals thanks to the crystal polymer diaphragm that it features in its 10 mm drivers each.
As for the battery, the autonomy of the product is very close to 6h, it may be possible to reach this mark depending on the usage profile of the owners of the phone. With the case, it is possible to reach the 30h mark, which drops to 22h if the noise cancellation is activated all the time. The time without using the feature is longer than the Buds T100, which was released a few days ago.
It is also worth mentioning that realme Buds Air 3 gives you the possibility to customize the audio the way you prefer, in addition to having transparency mode, low latency mode for those who like to play and you can also connect two devices to it via Bluetooth 5.2. Finally, it supports Dolby Audio and is IPX5 certified for splash water resistance.