Realme Buds 3 may launch in India this month, this is Realme’s plan


Realme Buds 3 could be launched in India this month, informed by Madhav Seth, the CEO of Realme India, himself. Not only this, Madhav Seth also revealed the company’s upcoming plans during the latest episode of his AskMadhav YouTube session. Speaking of the Realme Buds 3, it will be the company’s new wired earbuds, which will take their place in the market as an upgrade version of the Realme Buds launched last year. Talking about the upcoming plans, the CEO said that the company is also preparing to launch the Realme laptop. Let us tell you, recently Xiaomi and all brands of Honor launched their latest laptop in India. Not just laptops, but Realme also plans to gain a foothold in the wearable market, under which the company will soon launch high-end smartwatches. At the same time, the earbuds will be offered with Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) support.

Madhav Seth, CEO of Realme India, shared his new roadmap for the Indian market in his 12 minute video session. He provided information about the Realme Buds 3 and said it will be offered in a “different style”, which will be unique earbuds in its series. However, at the moment it is not clear whether the new wired earbuds will be offered at an affordable price like their previous versions. Launched in August last year, the price of Reality Buds was just Rs 599.

Apart from Realme Buds 3, Madhav Seth also revealed in the video that Realme also plans to launch its laptops in India soon. Let us tell you that Realme’s rival company Honor and Xiaomi have already entered the laptop market. Last week, Honor launched its first laptop MagicBook 15. Madhav Seth also inquired about the company’s upcoming 5G smartphone.

“We will certainly introduce a range of 5G smartphones even before the 5G network is ready in India,” he added.

Apart from this, he also revealed that the company will soon be launching a new smartwatch in India which will come with more upgrades than the current Realme Watch. He said it will be a high-end smartwatch.

Seth came to the Realme Buds and hinted that the new Realme Buds models will get ANC support. “We are focused on active noise cancellation, which will be the industry’s leading ANC technology,” he said. However, it is not clear at what price it will be offered in the Indian market.