The second generation of Buds Air and Buds Q was planned to launch wireless earbuds from Realme. Realme is revealing at least two more TWS earbuds, known as Realme Buds Air 2 and Realme Buds Q2, in the latest certification submissions. These certifications do not offer many deductions, but they reaffirm that Realme takes audio items more seriously than ever before. In terms of sales of TWS earbuds, the firm also has a good record.
A credential on the US FCC Website was used to detect the Realme Buds Air 2. The model number of these earbuds for the RMX2003 is the same cavity as the earbuds for the Realme Buds Air. But sadly, nothing else knows more than the battery of these completely wireless earbuds. The FCC certification showed that the Buds Air 2 could be equipped with a battery of 400 mAh. There are no known battery specifics on the earbuds. Their architecture and features may also be used. In any case, this confirms at least the presence of Realme Buds Air 2.
The Buds Q successor Buds Q 2 can be approved by Indonesia Telecom, going into the next set of TWS earbuds. A model number is used in the TWS earbuds alluded to in the approval filing. There is no great deal to take away, but I’m not sure what kind of style this pair of completely wireless earbuds would feature. However, the Realme Buds Q 2 in terms of features would be better than the Buds Q earbuds.
In January 2021, all approval filings point to the start date. The launch will take place next to one of the next smartphones. The Realme Buds Q 2 could also become another inexpensive pair of earbuds, which could be introduced with a mid-range, budget, or smartphone at the beginning of the trial. The firm may also intend to unleash the AIoT computers, on which Realme is operating bullishly, in addition to its release.
On the other hand, the Realme Buds Air 2, the waterproof earbuds category premium. It makes perfect sense to start these earbuds with the next flagship. The next flagship will be the X50 Pro 5G successor which will come under the hood with the Snapdragon 888 Qualcomm chip. Realme internally calls this Race phone, but its corporate name is not currently available. However, the gossip mill gave this phone two names.
In the first case, the word Ace was stolen from Oppo, which introduced Ace Smartphone in China. Realme Race may end up being known commercially as Realme Ace or X60 Pro 5G. Oppo’s Reno series began with the Ace branding smartphones, but later the company opted to drop this series to make it an autonomous series. After that decision, Oppo introduced Ace and Ace 2, but Ace 3 was not in the mill until now.