Realme Nepal introduced three new items in the home market today, including two new TWS earbuds. The Buds Air Neo 2, which is a scaled-down version of last year’s Buds Air Neo, is the less expensive of the two. More crucially, it now has ANC technology like its more expensive sister. In this post, we will look at the specifications, features, official price, and availability of the Realme Buds Air 2 Neo in Nepal.
Realme Buds Air 2 Neo Overview:
Above all, it is the most affordable TWS on the Nepali market with Active Noise Cancellation (ANC). Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way, let’s discover more about the Buds Air 2 Neo.
The design is the first thing that drew our attention. While the original Buds Air Neo resembled the Buds Air, its sequel resembles the Buds Q. That is, it comes with a charging case fashioned like a pebble and earbuds that look like Galaxy Buds. The charging case contains an LED on the front and an inner button for pairing with a phone for the first time.
When it comes to the buds, they now come with ear tips, which should provide a better seal around the ear. Unlike the Buds Q, the Buds Air 2 Neo lacks a corporate logo on the touch-sensitive area. It has been replaced with a rainbow-like motif, which I think looks much better. The earphones are also IPX5 rated, so they should be resistant to sweat and small splashes.
When it comes to features, the presence of Active Noise Cancellation is the standout (ANC). When enabled, Realme says that it can reduce the volume of the voice by up to 25dB. There is also dual-mic Environment Noise Cancelling (ENC) that activates when you are on a call. Furthermore, the Transparency Mode allows you to communicate with others without having to remove your headphones.
The Realme Buds Air 2 Neo has a 10mm Liquid Crystal Polymer driver for audio. It attempts to produce deeper bass and crisper stereo by collaborating with the Bass Boost algorithm. However, in order for the algorithm to operate, you may need to manually enable the AAC HD audio codec.
The unique Realme R2 chip powers these earbuds. It is the same chipset that powers the more costly Realme Buds Air 2, as well as the reason why the less priced Air 2 Neo gets the same ANC and 88ms latency mode. The earphones are equipped with the most recent Bluetooth 5.2 technology and facilitate rapid connection.
There’s also a game option with latency as low as 88ms. Users can activate it through the Realme Link app.
Each earbud has a 40mAh battery that can power the device for up to 5 hours on a single charge. The figure is comparable to the more expensive Realme Buds Air 2. Realme claims up to 20 hours of runtime with ANC enabled when combined with the 480mAh battery of the charging case. By disabling the functionality, you can have an even longer battery backup of up to 28 hours.
It is also simple to check the remaining battery life. According to Realme, when you connect the earphone to a phone, battery information will appear on the screen as a pop-up.
Realme Buds Air 2 Neo Specifications:
- Sound Driver: 10mm Bass Boost driver
- Chipset: Custom R2 chip
- Battery: 40mAh (earbuds), 480mAh (Case)
- Music Time:
- Earbuds: Up to 5 hours (50% volume, ANC on)
- With case: Up to 20 hours (50% volume, ANC on)
- Bluetooth Version: v5.2
- Audio Codec: SBC, AAC
- Control: Touch
- Noise Cancellation: ANC, Dual-mic ENC
- Extra features: Low Latency Mode, Fast Pair
- Color options: Calm Gray, Active Black
- Companion app: Realme Link (Android | iOS)
Realme Buds Air 2 Neo Price in Nepal & Availability
In Nepal, the Realme Buds Air 2 Neo costs NPR 5,499. It is actually cheaper here than in Pakistan, where it costs PKR 7,999 (NPR 6,000). Realme Buds Air 2 Neo will be available shortly at Realme’s authorized stores in Nepal or from the company’s e-commerce partner Daraz.
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