Realme Could Launch Special Edition ANC-Enabled TWS Earbuds In Collaboration With The Chainsmokers

The American based band is reportedly working with the Tech-Lifestyle brand, Realme for their next TWS earbuds.


Realme is reportedly collaborating with Popular American duo, The Chainsmokers for their next TWS earbuds launch. While there is no light on the name of the product, this might be the new Realme Buds Air Pro 2. According to a leaked image on Twitter, the duo can be seen playing their instruments while text on the wall behind says, “Noise Off, Realme On”.

Realme and The Chainsmokers Working Together

This is not the first time Realme is collaborating with artists, however. Realme had collaborated with RCR Rap Star for the Realme Narzo series launch last year.

According to a tweet by tipster Ishan Aggarwal, the duo is set to collaborate with the Realme brand for their upcoming audio device. The wall on the back has written “Noise Off’ on it, which hints to be the next product to launch with active noise cancellation.

Currently, neither of the parties have made it official that they are working together. There is also no update on how this collaboration will work out, but it’s likely that a special edition of Buds Air Pro 2 may launch. The brand previously partnered with Jose Levy to design the Realme Buds Q

Realme Buds Q2 and Buds Air 2 TWS also in the works

Realme is also rumoured to be working on the second generation of Realme Buds Q and Realme Buds Air. While the Realme Buds Q is an entry-level TWS, the Buds Air is mid-budget audio pair. Realme can launch their new buds with the upcoming Narzo series. 

Going by the leaked teaser, Realme could focus on improving noise isloation in its upcoming audio offerings. The Buds Air does not have Active Noise Cancellation while the more premium Buds Air Pro has Active Noise Cancellation. In our review, we mentioned that the ANC of Realme Buds Air Pro was not much effective. A collaboration with The Chainsmokers, may not be a direct indicator of the features to expect, but it sure will get fans piling in line to get it.