Realme X2 along with Realme Buds Air will unveil in India on December 17, which is tomorrow. The smartphone was launched as Realme X2 in China this September and the Indian market was eagerly waiting for its launch since then. The Chinese smartphone brand will also be launching its first budget wireless earbuds, setting direct competition for the Apple Airpods. Let’s have a look at the expected features and price of this smartphone and Buds.
Realme Buds Air
Realme Buds Air will look similar to Apple’s AirPods, suggests the design details revealed by the company. The earbuds will come with wireless charging support and the company has confirmed the device will launch in three colours including White, Yellow, and Black. Realme Buds Air will go on sale from 2 PM on December 17 on Realme India’s website.
More features of the Buds Air confirmed by the company include built-in Google Assistant that can be activated with finger touch, intelligent touch controls that will allow users to control music and calls as well as 12mm bass boost drivers, and support for Bluetooth 5.0.
Realme X2, Buds Air India launch event will take place from 12:30 pm and will also be live-streamed via the ‘realme India’ YouTube page. It will also be streamed live through the company’s social media pages on Facebook as well.
Realme XT730G Features (Expected)
The smartphone is rumoured to come with a Full HD+ Super AMOLED display and an in-display fingerprint sensor. The Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection will make the display screen durable and sturdy. Talking about optics, like its Chinese variant the smartphone is expected to come with a wide lens quad-camera of 64MP+8MP+2MP+2MP and a front camera of 32 MP with Electronic Image Stabilization. On the storage front, the Realme X2 has been launched in 6GB + 64GB, 8GB + 128GB, and 8GB RAM + 256GB variants and we are expecting the same variants to be launching in India as well.
The price of Realme XT 730 G is yet to be announced however it is expected to start from Rs 16000/- and will vary upon the variant.