According to Gizcoupon on April 13th, a render of the realme Buds Air 5 Pro wireless earbuds has been leaked, revealing its complete design and suggesting an imminent release. The Buds Air 5 Pro has now received certification from the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Notably, realme skipped the number “4” in their product naming.
The battery model for the realme Buds Air 5 Pro is 122540. Moreover, the charging case battery model is 751536. The Bluetooth frequency range for the earbuds is between 2402Hz and 2480Hz. Each earbud has a built-in 60mAh battery. Furthermore, the charging case has a built-in 460mAh battery.
The FCC certification includes an outline of the charging case and earbuds.
According to leaks, the realme Buds Air 5 Pro wireless earbuds are currently in the testing phase and will soon be put into production. From the leaked render, the design of this earbud is similar to its predecessor, with a capsule-shaped charging case and charging light on the front. In addition, the earbuds are equipped with silicone earplugs, which provide a better fit to the ear. Similar to its predecessor, the realme Buds Air 5 Pro will also come in multiple colors.