Realme Buds Wireless Pro live images spotted on certification site, will come with Type-C port

Realme Buds Wireless Pro may also come with features like fast charging support and water resistance

Highlights
  • Realme Buds Wireless Pro images on NCC certification suggest the earphones will come with a Type-C port
  • The design is more or less similar to the original Realme Buds Wireless
  • The company is also reportedly working on Realme Buds Air Pro and Buds Air Neo

Realme Buds Wireless Pro, as the name suggests, will be a more premium version of the original Buds Wireless earphones. While we don’t know when the Pro model will launch, the earphones have received Taiwan’s NCC certification and the listing includes live images as well. The Realme Buds Wireless Pro images show a design similar to the original pair, but with a sleeker finish, and more importantly, a USB Type-C port. To recall, the original Realme Buds Wireless come with a miroUSB port, which was kind of disappointing. Realme has been slowly expanding its audio portfolio with a range of options in every budget segment, from the affordable wired Realme Buds earphones to the Buds Wireless neckband and the Realme Buds Air true wireless earbuds

Realme Buds Wireless Pro design

As you can see from the live images, the Realme Buds Wireless Pro will get a neckband design in a black and yellow colour scheme much like the original earphones. The biggest difference that we see is the Type-C port, which will allow users to charge the earphones using their smartphone charging cable. Given the ‘Pro’ moniker, we expect the Realme Buds Wireless Pro to carry some premium features such as fast-charging, improved audio quality, better battery performance and water-resistance, among other things. Given the original Realme Buds Wireless were launched in India, the company might bring the Pro version to the country as well. 

Realme Buds Wireless Pro-2

A little while ago, we noticed that the Realme Link app UI screenshots had revealed the Realme Buds Air Pro moniker as one of the devices on the list. While there is a possibility this could be a placeholder, it does make us speculate that the company could be working on a Pro variant of its truly wireless earbuds as well. Additionally, the Realme Buds Air Neo recently received IMDA certification and is expected to retain the same AirPods look.