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Realme teases its new AirPods

We already know that Realme hinted about its wireless earbuds last month when it launched Realme X2 Pro. And today, the company has now released the pictures of the Realme AirPods. Realme besides releasing the pictures of the device also announced that it would launch the AirPods on December 17 alongside with  Realme XT 730G.

Our news sources have reported that CMO Francis Wang and CEO of Realme Madhav Sheth also shared their pictures on the social media platform wearing the upcoming new AirPods from Realme. We have reports that Realme will launch the Airpods in three colour, namely yellow, white and black.

Only a few information about the Realme Airpods has been published yet, but it is quite clear from the images that the design language of the device will be pretty much similar to that of the Apple AirPods. The controls for playback and volume are flexible, and the carrying case also looks very similar to the case Apple AirPods.

We may presume that Google Assistant compatibility and even Siri may be supported by these AirPods. Nonetheless, Realme’s battery could be better than what Apple has, but at this stage, these are just assumptions.

However, in India, Apple AirPods costs more than Rs 10,000, which will make Realme much more affordable.

Our news sources have reported that the all-new Realme AirPods will be launched along with the company’s XT 730G which is a fortified version of the Realme XT. The smartphone will be powered by the Snapdragon 730G chipset instead of the Snapdragon 712. Besides the processor, that will power the device, the rest of the specifications of the upcoming smartphone will be similar to that of Realme XT.




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