Realme Buds Wireless Pro new update improves stability and effect of ANC
Back in October last year, Realme has launched its new wireless earphone with the name of the Realme Buds Wireless Pro. The earphone comes with active noise cancellation, support for the LDAC Bluetooth codec and offers a great battery life. All these features are available for just Rs 3,999.
The Realme Buds Wireless Pro comes with excellent sound performance and it has provided a high-quality audio effect no matter what you listen to the music, or connecting to each other during the calling section. Below you can check some great features of this earphone.
Realme Buds Wireless Pro features:
- Active Noise Cancellation Upto 35db
- Sony LDAC Hi-res Audio. Effective range: 10m(in an obstacle-free environment)
- Talk time: 17 hours ANC OFF, 13 hours ANC ON
- Magnetic Auto Connection
- 13.6mm Bass Boost Driver
- Transparency Mode
- Super Low Latency
Now moved on to the update details, Realme has started rolling out the new firmware update to its Realme Buds Wireless Pro users. The company has sent this update through the Realme Link App and it bumps with version number 184.108.40.206.
According to the features, the update comes with some improvements under the effect of ANC and stability. After installing it you can experience better performance and fixed the problem that appeared previously. Now check the changelog.
Realme Buds Wireless Pro Version 220.127.116.11 changelog:
- Improve the stability of the earphone
- Improve the effect of ANC in some situations.
HOW TO UPDATE Buds Wireless Pro?
- Open Realme Link App
- Tap on Realme Buds Wireless Pro
- Go into setting on the top right corner
- Scroll down and see the device update option
- Tap on and start to upgrade.
Note: Make sure your Realme Link app on should the latest version.
- Realme Buds Wireless Pro
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Realme Watch 3 Pro smartwatch released in India: Built-in GPS, which costs around Rs 4450
Realme has continuously launched new products not only in the domestic market but also in overseas markets. Yesterday, Realme released the realme Watch 3 Pro smartwatch in India.
The Realme Watch 3 Pro smartwatch is available in black and gray, featuring a rectangular dial design and a detachable 22mm silicone strap. The smartwatch comes equipped with a single speaker and supports Bluetooth calls, so there are two speaker openings to the left of the dial. To the right of the dial are the long physical buttons.
The realme Watch 3 Pro smartwatch uses a 1.78-inch AMOLED screen with a screen resolution of 368×448, a screen ratio of 68.7%, and a screen brightness of 500 nits. At the same time, the smartwatch supports the screen display function.
The realme Watch 3 Pro smartwatch has built-in GPS, which can be positioned independently of the mobile phone. At the same time, the smartwatch is also equipped with a heart rate sensor and a blood oxygen saturation sensor, which supports heart rate monitoring and blood oxygen monitoring.
In other respects, the realme Watch 3 Pro smartwatch provides more than 100 sports modes, including running, boxing, yoga, etc. At the same time, the smartwatch supports Bluetooth 5.3 and IP68 dust and water resistance.
These realme smartphones and tablets are most likely to get Android 13
Over the last few days, we in the tech world and gadget world are seeing that different types of smartphone makers have started rolling out their custom skin for their devices with the Android 12 version. But till now many realme fans and realme users are away from the information about the update of their brand.
Today we share with you some information related to realme, as well will also give you information about the eligible realme device for Android 13.
Recently Realme unveiled UI 3.0 and brought new features apart from what Google introduced with the stock version of Android 12. Realme’s UI 3.0 includes new icons and customizing fluid space design interface.
Realme never lets its users get discouraged by releasing updates on time. And Realme is continuously rolling out Realme UI 3.0 for its devices, which have a long queue. Those who are eligible device users, if you have not yet received UI 3.0, then you should wait a bit. Stay connected with our website.
Now comes to the point, Realme users are focused on Android 13 and the devices expected to get them. You can check out the list of Realme devices . that will get the next major OS upgrade with a new UI 4.0 based on it.
These realme smartphones and tablets are most likely to get Android 13
Realme Android 13 Device List
- Realme GT Neo 3
- Realme GT Neo 3T
- Realme GT 2 Pro
- Realme GT 2 Pro Naruto Edition
- Realme GT 2
- Realme GT
- Realme GT Neo
- Realme GT Neo Flash Edition
- Realme GT Neo2
- Realme GT Neo2 DBCE
- Realme GT Neo 2T
- Realme GT Master Edition
- Realme GT Master Explorer Edition
- Realme 9 4G
- Realme 9 5G
- Realme 9 SE 5G
- Realme 9 Pro+
- Realme 9 Pro
- Realme 9i
- Realme 8 Pro
- Realme 8 4G
- Realme 8 5G
- Realme 8i
- Realme 8s 5G
- Narzo 50 Pro
- Narzo 50 Pro 5G
- Narzo 30 Pro
- Narzo 30 5G
- Narzo 30 4G
- Narzo 30A
- Realme X7 Max
- Realme X7 Pro Extreme Edition
- Realme V23
- Realme V13
- Realme V11
- Realme Q3
- Realme Q3i
- Realme Q3 Pro
- Realme Pad Mini
- Realme Pad X
This list is an approximate list made by some big tech giants. We will provide you with the information as soon as the official updates come. As long as you can join us anywhere through the link given below.
Record-Breaking Sales of realme GT Master Explorer Edition Worldwide
realme GT global sellRealme GT Master Explorer Edition was released in July 2021. After almost a year, realme officially announced that the global sales of this smartphone had crossed 2 million units.
Industrial design master Naoto Fukasawa designed the Realme GT Master Exploration Edition. It has two back cover technologies of 3D plain leather and AG glass, 4 colors in total, and the starting price starts from 2799 Yuan (approximately 33,000 Indian Rupee).
As we know that the Realme GT Master Explorer Edition is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 chip, uses LPDDR 4x+UFS 3.1 storage, supports memory expansion function, can achieve 12+7GB=19GB storage Built-in 4500mAh battery, supports 65W fast charge (100% charge in 33 minutes), as well as enhanced NFC, dual speakers, Z-axis linear motor, VC liquid cooling + superconducting carbon fiber + copper alloy heat dissipation design and more.
The realme GT Master Explorer Edition uses a 6.55-inch FHD+ Samsung AMOLED curved screen, COP package, under-screen fingerprint design, and is covered with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 glass panel. 120Hz refresh / 480Hz touch sampling rate, support DC dimming, local peak brightness up to 1100nit, 10240-level dimming, 3-level refresh rate automatic adjustment, support HDR 10+.
The official announcement of realme GT2 Master Exploration Edition will be released in July, known as the “annual texture flagship”, equipped with the Snapdragon 8+ mobile platform. The network access information shows that the realme GT2 Master Explorer Edition is 8.2mm thick, weighs 199g, uses a 6.7-inch 2412×1080 120Hz AMOLED screen, is equipped with a 4880mAh (nominal 5000mAh) battery, supports 100W fast charging, front 16MP lens, rear 50MP + 50MP + 2MP lens.
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