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Realme Buds Air 3 will be ready in India, the company will invest around Rs 27 crore

New Delhi. Realme Buds Air 3 will now be made in India. The Chinese company revealed this on Friday. The company has now announced an investment of Rs 26.8 crore to produce the new True Wireless Stereo (TWS) earphones in India. It has expanded its partnership with Noida-based manufacturer KHY Electronics for the production of Realme Buds Air 3.

With the start of production of Reality Buds Air 3 in India, new employment opportunities will be created in India. The company has already started production of the Realme Smartwatch Watch 2 Pro and Realme Buds Air 3 at its Noida factory.

The battery will last 30 hours.
The Realme Buds Air 3 are the first locally produced Active Noise Canceling (ANC) TWS earphones in the country. The headphones, which were launched earlier this year, are priced at Rs 3,999 and come with a 10mm Dynamic Bass Boost driver. Apart from this, this battery lasts for 30 hours on a single charge. With the ANC function activated, the total battery life will be about 22 hours.

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voice assistant function
Other features included in the Buds Air 3 include 88ms low latency mode for gaming, transparency mode, two-device connection, touch controls for answering calls, media control, and access to the voice assistant on the smartphone.

300 million investment
Madhav Seth, CEO and Realme, Realme India, said: “This year we are working towards 100% local production of wearables and wearables and meet the growing needs of millions of technology users in the country. Since 2019, Realme claims to have invested Rs 300 crore to set up eight Surface Mount Technology (SMT) lines for domestic production of its smartphones in the country.

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The company has partnered with its domestic manufacturing companies Bhagwati Products, Videotex and KHY Electronics. Realme claimed to have created more than 13,000 jobs in India in collaboration with local manufacturing.


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