We will remember 2020 for many reasons, for better or for worse. In terms of buying smart products, we can say that it has been a difficult year so far. However, some departments such as the wearers category have managed to survive the crisis with some good numbers. The market for mobile devices includes smart watches, smart belts, smart glasses and so-called headphones. The latter includes headphones, real cordless headphones and other smart audio products. There has been a trend as companies unveil new TWS headphones to further enhance this product range. However, there is still room for classic conventional headphones. Today, Realme introduced the Realme C12 and Realme C15 smartphones in India. Two financial smartphones. Along with the two smartphones, the company has also released new wired headphones in India. They are mediocre but also available at a very low price of Rs. 399 (~ 5 $)
Half and 14.2 mm ear design
Realme Buds Classic adopts half ear design instead of ear design. The latest design language is present in the previous models of this series. It is worth noting that the new wired headphones are equipped with large 14.2 mm drivers. Classic Buds also has a one-button button for controlling calls and music. It has a built-in HD microphone and a built-in yellow cable organizer. So you can prevent it from getting confused all the time. As mentioned above, the headphones come with a round half-in shape to fit the ear. The 14.2 mm guides are made of an excellent nanoparticle composite material that promises deeper bass and clear vocals.
Unfortunately, the classic Realme yellow is missing here. The new Realme Buds Classic is only available in plain black and white. It is worth noting that although it was announced today, the gadget will reach Amazon India and Realme.com only until August 24. It is worth noting that some offline retailers will soon be selling it across the country.
It’s an amazing move, but it’s good to see Realme release affordable headphones for their recently released smartphones. Today, few companies in the smartphone segment continue to invest in good 3.5 mm headphones. Realme is now focusing on wearable products and TWS headphones and is very successful with it, but in the meantime, Buds Classic is a great way to spend $ 5!