Realme's first-ever truly wireless earbuds, the Realme Buds Air, is set to be launched in India on December 17.
The company has already revealed that its upcoming wearable will feature an AirPods like design and will offer features such as seamless connectivity and built-in Google Assistant support.
And now, a leak has tipped that the Realme Buds Air will support wireless charging as well.
According to an image shared by GSMArena, the Realme Buds Air will support wireless charging out-of-the-box. The picture reveals a purported Black colored variant of the Buds Air, charging wirelessly on a pad.
At present, we don't know if Realme will launch its own wireless charging pads and technology or the earbuds would support Qualcomm's Qi-based wireless charging standard.
Further, according to teaser images, the Realme Buds Air will look like Apple's AirPods with an in-ear design, glossy-looking plastic body, and a metallic ring at the bottom of the stem. The earbuds will come in Yellow, White, and Black colors with a matching carry-cum-charging case.
The earbuds will also support "Intelligent Touch Controls" that will help you control music and calls.
The Realme Buds Air will come with 12mm Bass Boost driver that is touted to offer an "incredible sound quality". It will also have built-in support for Google Assistant that can be used to control music and manage calls via voice commands.
Further, the earbuds will support Bluetooth 5.0 and offer easy pairing with smartphones.
According to a pre-mature Flipkart listing (via NDTV Gadgets), which has now been pulled down, the Realme Buds Air will cost Rs. 4,999 in India. At this price, the earbuds might as well become Android's very own AirPods.
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