Realme Buds Wireless Pro certified in Malaysia, launch could be imminent

Realme Buds Wireless Pro should be a premium version of the original Buds Wireless.

Highlights
  • Realme Buds Wireless Pro model number is RMA208 and the design is similar to that of its the predecessors’
  • The earphones may carry some premium features like fast-charging, audio and battery improvements, and water-resistance
  • The Realme Buds Wireless Pro should also find their way to India

Realme Buds Wireless Pro had received Taiwan’s NCC certification recently. The listing included images that revealed a design strikingly similar to that of its predecessor but with a few upgrades such as the USB Type-C port with a cover flap and a sleeker finish. These should be a more premium version of the original Buds Wireless earphones given the Pro moniker. Now, the Realme Buds Wireless Pro earphones have been certified in Malaysia with the same model number, RMA208. While it doesn’t reveal much about the earphones, we can expect the launch to happen shortly.

Realme Buds Air Pro

The Realme Buds Wireless Pro will have a neckband design in a black and yellow colour scheme, similar to the original. It may carry some premium features like fast-charging, audio and battery improvements, and water-resistance. The Realme Buds Wireless Pro should also find their way to India, but an exact launch date is scarce at the moment. We should know more details going forward.

Separately, Realme smartwatch is also in the development and we’ve come across the renders and features recently. It will have a square-shaped body and silicone straps. It has thick bezels covering all corners of the display and Realme logo at the bottom bezel. There is a single button on the right spine which can be used to lock/unlock the watch and UI navigation. It is tipped to sport a 1.4-inch TFT LCD touchscreen display with 320 X 320 pixels resolution and pack a 160mAh battery. The Realme smartwatch will have IP68 water-resistance rating and will offer Bluetooth 5.0 for connectivity as well as the companion Realme Link app. It could have Hindi language support as well.