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Realme introduces the Buds Wireless headphones

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Together with the Realme XT smartphone, the Realme brand introduced another novelty – the Buds Wireless headphones costing $ 25 Wireless Headphones, co-created with Alan Walker.

Headphones are neck-mounted, the right and left headphones connect the neck mount. They are intra-channel and weigh only 30 g, and an additional mount provides a more comfortable fit in the ear. On the neck mount there are buttons for control.

The manufacturer promises deep bass thanks to the 11.2 mm multi-layered diaphragm speakers tuned by renowned music producer and DJ Alan Walker (you probably heard his track “Faded”).

A battery with a capacity of 110 mAh is installed inside, one charge of which is enough for 12 hours of battery life. And 10 minutes of fast charging is enough for another 100 minutes of listening to music.

Headphones are connected to the gadget using Bluetooth 5.0. And with the magnetic ends on the headphones, you can easily stop playback by simply connecting them.

Headphones are protected against splashes according to IPX4 standard.

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