Realme has started teasing the launch of its new truly wireless earbuds with Active Noise Cancellation the Realme Buds Air 2 in India. The Vice President of realme and CEO of realme India & Europe the Madhav Sheth posted a new video yesterday on their tweeter account that shows the design of the earbuds and the Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) feature, and how the Transparency mode works and says #NoiseOffrealmeOn.
The Realme Buds Air 2 features a low-latency gaming Mode that should reduce the latency for a better gaming experience, and a Volume Enhancer, which will increase the volume in case your track isn't loud enough. It will come with Volume Enhancer and Lively, Clear, and Bass Boost+ sound effects that are lack in the first-gen Buds Air. But it is not confirmed exactly what Lively and Clear will do, but the icons show to enhance the vocals in the audio.
The teaser video shows In-ear detection and Auto-answer features and the Buds Air 2 will also support touch controls like previous TWS earphones. Realme also added a new gesture that will let you touch and hold the left and right earbuds at the same time to switch noise cancellation, but on the previous TWS earbuds can only use this gesture on one bud at a time.
Realme Buds Air 2 also comes with wireless charging support and intelligent wear detection and might be improvements in the battery life. This should be cheaper than the realme Buds Air Pro that was launch last year with ANC support. We should know more details and the exact launch date of the TWS in the coming days.