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Realme Buds Air Neo pricing leaks: US$39 TWS AirPods alternatives with 13mm drivers and Bluetooth 5.0 set to launch on May 25th

The Realme Buds Air Neo are set to arrive on May 25th (Image source: Realme)
The Realme Buds Air Neo are set to arrive on May 25th (Image source: Realme)
Pricing recently leaked for the upcoming Realme Buds Air Neo. Realme's TWS earphones will launch on May 25th, alongside the higher-tier Realme Buds Q, the Realme TV, and the Realme Watch.
Arjun Krishna Lal,

Realme had earlier announced a major event on May 25th, where the Realme Watch and Realme TV are expected to be showcased. However, just days after rumors of their existence started circulating, Realme has now confirmed that it will also be launching the Realme Buds Air Neo TWS earphones on May 25th, alongside its other offerings.

The Realme website offers details about the Realme Buds Air Neo's key specs: we're looking at 13mm in-ear drivers with "bass boost," a battery that promises 17 hours playback and Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity. Leaked pricing for the Realme Buds Air Neo indicates that these TWS buds are very affordable.

According to the leak, the Buds Air Neo will cost INR 2,999, which works out to about US$39. Realme has also indicated that they're launching a premium TWS product on May 25th, too, the Realme Buds Q.

We have no word on pricing or specs for the Buds Q, but a sub-INR 6,000 price-point isn't out of the question, considering the Mi TWS Earphones 2 sell for INR 4,499.

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Arjun Krishna Lal, 2020-05-21 (Update: 2020-05-22)
Arjun Krishna Lal
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I've had a passion for PC gaming since 1996, when I watched my dad score frags in Quake as a 1 year-old. I've gone on to become a Penguin-published author and tech journalist. When I'm not traveling the world, gathering stories for my next book, you can find me tinkering with my PC.