Realme is gearing up to launch a new set of wireless earphones on the market. The upcoming earphones are titled the Realme Buds Wireless 2 Neo. The earphones are going to be neckbands with a traditional design. In the latest development, the earphones have been spotted on the FCC certification website. Subsequently, the website reveals some of the key features of wireless headphones.
According to the FCC listing, the Realme Buds Wireless 2 Neo, codenamed RMA 2011, will run on a 500mAh battery and supports Type-C charging ports. So far, Realme’s latest offering sounds just like any other wireless earphones available on the market. As per the listing, the wireless earphones will support Dual Mode Bluetooth version 5.0 with an operating frequency of 2402MHz to 2480MHz.
Furthermore, the FCC listing reveals that the wireless earphones will be launched with the IPX4 certification which means that the Bluetooth earphone will be both water and dustproof. Although the listing does not reveal anything about the design, the photos attached to the certification says a lot about its design.
As per the photographs, the earphones will be sporting a traditional neckband design with the Realme branding on both sides. There are also chances that the new earphones will sport a similar design to their predecessors.
Besides the FCC website, the Realme Buds Wireless 2 Neo is also listed on the SGS Fimko Certification website with the same model number. The same features listed on the FCC website confirmed that the above-mentioned features are what the wireless earphones will be sporting.
However, since the company itself has not revealed any info about the upcoming earphones, there is also a slight chance that the features on the final model may differ with slight alterations. The Chinese company is yet to reveal its price and its launch date.