realme Buds Air Neo now available in Kenya for KES 4,999

Just a few days after successfully launching three phones and a fitness band in  Kenya, realme, has introduced yet another product – realme Buds Air Neo.

The wireless buds were launched yesterday and are already available for purchase on Kilimall for Ksh. 5,000. Official sales start today.

For those who love bass the realme Buds packs 13mm drivers that bear LCP multi-layer composite diaphragm and in-ear design with long stems. The buds are also integrated with Dynamic Bass Boost solution for an ‘enhanced bass experience’ and Bluetooth 5.0. 

The Buds Air Neo are rated to offer 3 hours of playback time on a single charge and up to 17 hours with the charging case which has a micro-USB port for charging. 

They are powered by R1 chipset that realme says uses a new generation of dual-channel transmission technology, creating a fast and stable connection between the user’s phone and the realme Buds Air Neo.

The buds also tout an optical sensor to detect in-ear placement and a touch sensor on the surface to control music playback and calls. Using the realme Link app, users will further be able to control the settings of the Buds Air Neo.

Other features include Google Fast pair protocol, automatic pairing once the case is opened, and a microphone for answering voice calls.

realme is also doing some crazy giveaways on their @realmekenya Instagram page so follow them for a chance to win something.

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