All traditional smartphone makers have already understood that only offering mobile device is not beneficial anymore. OPPO and its sub-brand Realme did this as well. Especially, the latter has already managed to launch smart TVs, smartwatches, and TWS headphones. And according to the latest episode of #AskMadhav, the next-gen Realme Buds 3 will hit the Indian market next month. The source also disclosed some details about future AIoT products and a range of 5G smartphones.

If you remember, the Realme Buds 2 were out in August last year. So it’s quite logical to see an upgraded version of these headphones now. Though the market is moving towards the True Wireless solution, the company wants to be loyal with the user base of its wired earphones. As the Realme India Ceo, Madhav Sheth says, they will launch the Realme Buds 3 in a ‘different style’. Moreover, these headphones are going to bring ‘something unique’ with the product as early as next month in India.

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Besides this product, there are many other product the company is currently working on. Among them, we can mention a new high-end smartwatch and new Realme Buds featuring Active Noise Cancellation (ANC). The latter is considered to be one of the most demanded features. Even Samsung took a long time to unveil earbuds with this technology. We are waiting for the Galaxy Buds Live with a similar feature. When it comes to the Realme Buds 3, the manufacturer states that it will come with a new ‘industry-leading ANC technology’. But what this means, we will learn at the event.

Besides the wearable segment, Madhav also talked about Realme’s intentions of entering the laptop market as well. The company has already published its 1+4+N product strategy that consists in 1 Core Product, 4 Smart Home Products, and N (infinite) AIoT devices.

Finally, as for the 5G smartphones. The Realme V5 will hit the market in the next week. This will be the first phone to sport a 5G-enabled MediaTek 720 chipset and will also debut the new V-series.

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