Realme Buds Air Pro gets certified by FCC, US launch seems imminent

Realme Buds Air Pro debuted last month in India at an affordable price. Now, the device has obtained Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certification. Hence, it seems that the company is planning to bring the Buds Air Pro to other markets too, at least in the US.

Realme Buds Air Pro - FCC certificate

The Realme Buds Air Pro is the company’s first true wireless earphone with active noise cancellation. With the Buds Air pro, the company promises noise reduction up to 35dB using the dual microphone system. It features Realme S1 chip and IPX4 rating for water resistance.

Realme Buds Air Pro

The earbuds come with a 4,00mAh battery capacity that delivers up to 25-hour of music playback. Turning on ANC mode gives up to a total of 20-hour of playback. Realme claims that 10-minute of charge will offer 3-hour of playback.

There is also a 10mm bass boost driver for deep and rich bass. A single earbud weighs only 5g thus comfortable for a long time wearing. Other features include – Bluetooth 5.0, 94ms low latency mode, transparency mode, and touch controls.

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