Realme is slated to launch a Pro version of its Buds Wireless earphones soon
Realme has already launched several pairs of wireless audio products. Now, it seems the next upcoming iternations of the same are to be called the Buds Wireless Pro. Despite what you may imagine on reading that name, they are not to be TWS earbuds, but are rather of the type that have a cable running from a neckband-slash-battery to the earphones in question.
However, these new peripherals do have a USB type C port for charging, meaning they may at least power up faster than, say, the Buds Wireless Air. The new neckbuds have reportedly been spotted in live image and documented form on the databases of the Taiwanese NCC and Singaporean SGS certifying bodies.
They confirm the nature and Bluetooth capabilities of the Realme launches a budget, yet still 120Hz, version of the X50 5G Buds Wireless Pro. They are also shown to have yellow wires linking a black band to black buds, thus fitting in nicely with Realme's typical branding and design language. To date, these new "Pro" earphones lack pricing and availability info.