Alleged Realme Buds Air 5 Pro bags FCC certification, launch expected soon

  • A Realme TWS has received the FCC certification.
  • The earbuds have a 60mAh battery each, while the carry case has a 460mAh unit.
  • The Realme Buds Air 5 Pro should launch in India as well considering the predecessor is available in the country.

Realme Buds Air 5 Pro renders leaked online recently, showing the complete design in full glory, suggesting the launch could be approaching. Now, a new set of Realme TWS earbuds have received the FCC certification, the listing of which has been exclusively unearthed by 91mobiles. While the FCC document doesn’t reveal the name of the TWS earbuds, we believe they could be the Realme Buds Air 5 Pro.

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The company has apparently skipped the ‘4’ moniker, which isn’t surprising because the number 4 is considered unlucky in China.


Realme Buds Air 5 Pro

The earbuds’ battery has the model number 122540 and the charging case’s battery has the model number 751536. The earbuds have a Bluetooth frequency range of 2402Hz and 2480Hz. The Realme TWS earbuds pack a 60mAh battery each, while the carry case has a 460mAh unit. We believe the bundled battery capacity should be enough to last at least 24 hours on a single charge, including the carry case.

The FCC listing shows the image of the carry case with FCC markings but the earbuds are not part of the image. Unfortunately, not much else is revealed from the FCC listing but since they started appearing online, we should learn more details about the earbuds soon.

Earlier reports say the Buds Air 5 Pro are in the testing phase and is set to go for production line really soon. From the leaked renders, the design of the earbuds is largely similar to the predecessor. They have the same capsule-shaped charging case and charging light on the front. They have silicone ear tips for better grip in the ears. Like the predecessor, the Realme Buds Air 5 Pro will also be available in multiple colours, such as Blue, Black and White colour options.