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Realme Buds Air 2 to come with these new features, including ANC

16 February 2021 0

The launch of the Realme Buds Air 2 doesn’t seem too far as its name has popped up in the Realme Link app, an IoT management platform. This not only confirms the existence of the upcoming TWS earbuds but also reveals some features of the same.

Yesterday, GSMArena received a screenshot of the Realme Link app showing Buds Air 2 listed alongside other Realme's TWS earphones. Today the famous Indian tipster posted a couple more screenshots. These screenshots indicate what new features the Buds Air 2 could possess. The first screenshot revealed the name, look, and color of the TWS earbuds. An icon of Buds Air 2 can be seen in the screenshot that shows the upcoming TWS earbuds look similar to Buds Air Pro and they will come in black color.

Now, newly emerged screenshots revealed that the new Buds Air 2 will feature Active Noise Cancellation (ANC). In addition to this, they will also come with General and Transparency modes. Furthermore, they will feature sound effects like Bass Boost+, Lively, and Clear. They will also feature Volume Enhancer, something that was also absent from the first-gen Buds Air.

In addition to the in-ear detection and auto-answer support, the Buds Air 2 will support touch controls like previous TWS earphones. However, a new gesture is also added that will let you touch and hold the left and right earbuds at the same time in order to switch noise cancellation.

Adding the upcoming TWS to the Realme Link app reflects the launch is pretty near. The company hasn’t yet uttered a word on the existence of the new earphones but in a recent teaser, the company’s CEO can be seen teasing a few new features of the earphones.



Realme Buds Air 2 to come with these new features, including ANC
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