- The exact moniker of the rumoured Dizo earbuds remain unclear
- Realme Dizo is yet to share official details
- Dizo launched Dizo GoPods D buds in July with a price tag of Rs 1,599
Realme’s sub-brand Dizo is reportedly planning to launch two new True Wireless Stereo (TWS) earbuds with Active Noise Cancellation Technology (ANC) later this month (August). Citing unnamed industry sources according to 91 Mobiles, the brand may launch more audio products by the end of August. The exact moniker and other features are unclear, but the report highlights that the Dizo TWS earbuds feature a premium design and an affordable price tag.
Realme Dizo released the Dizo GoPods D Buds in July with a price tag of Rs 1,599 (now available for Rs 1,399), making it one of the most affordable TWS earbuds in the country. The brand has also launched affordable products such as Dizo Wireless Neckband Earphones, Dizo Smartwatch and two feature phones (Dizo Star 300 and Star 500).
It will be interesting to see how the TWS Earbuds are priced by Realme Dizo as the company promises to expand its AIoT products to the public. Currently, Realme already offers the Realme Buds Q2, which has an ANC feature and a price tag of Rs 2,499 – making it one of the most affordable ANC-enabled earbuds in India. The Realme Buds Air 2, which offers the same audio technology, is also available at a relatively reasonable price of Rs. 3,500.
If the rumours are true, we can expect the upcoming Dizo TWS earbuds to borrow features from existing earbuds rather than the ANC. To remember, the Dizo GoPods D comes with an in-ear design similar to the Samsung Galaxy Buds. Realme claims to be able to provide a total of 20 hours of music playback with an earbuds charging case. Earbuds provide five hours of music playback on a single charge, and 10 minutes of charging can provide up to 120 minutes (two hours) of run time.
Dizo GoPods D offers passive noise cancellation with rubber tips and features 10mm audio drivers with bass boost + algorithm for bass-rich sound. The brand claims that the TPU + PEEK polymer composite diaphragm brings deeper bass to provide sharp stereo output to customers. It also has a gaming mode that reduces the delay to 110 ms compared to the 88 ms super-low latency in the Realme Buds Q2. Other important options include Bluetooth 5.0, IPX4 rating for dust and water resistance, and smart-touch controls.