On Monday, July 4, Xiaomi introduced its new lineup of smartphones, notably the Xiaomi 12S Ultra, which we have already covered. Now it’s Realme’s turn to organize a conference next week.
The Realme GT2 Explorer Master smartphone and the Realme Buds Air 3 Neo wireless headphones are upcoming releases from the Chinese firm. Thus, the Realme Buds Air 3 Neo will be wireless headphones with an in-ear format and a rod design. Additionally, the company mentions “comfort and superb sound quality” without providing any other information.
Additionally, we can see that the headphones will be available at least in white and will include metal rods similar to the OnePlus Buds Pro. As a refresher, the most recent Realme headphones are the Realme Buds Air 3, unveiled in February last year.
In addition to these wireless headphones, Realme is getting ready to introduce the Realme GT2 Explorer Master, a new smartphone. It appears to be a Realme GT2 variant, as the name would imply. However, the smartphone would benefit from a fresh look with flat sides, as Apple has been providing its iPhones for a while.
The textured back and the designer, Naoto Fukasawa’s signature, are also revealed. The smartphone will have dark bronze curves on the outside and beige on the inside. Three new cameras have been added to the photo module, bringing the smartphone closer to the Realme GT Neo 3.
The Realme GT2 Explorer Master’s price has not yet been announced. When both goods are offered, further information will be available regarding their costs, features, and accessibility. On July 12, it will happen in China.