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Realme Buds Air 2 With 25-Hour Battery Confirmed, Other Key Specs Revealed Ahead of February 24 Launch

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The Realme Buds Air 2 TWS earbuds will launch alongside the new Realme Narzo 30 series on February 24. Ahead of the launch event, a dedicated website for the Realme Buds Air 2 has gone live, revealing the design and key features. The new TWS buds from the Chinese tech company are quite different from the original Realme Buds Air, launched in December 2019 but look similar to the Realme Buds Air Pro, unveiled last year. The latest Realme Buds Air 2 TWS appears to have a slimmer design with silicon ear tips to enable active noise cancellation. Additionally, the promotional poster reveals the TWS earbuds in two colour options of Black and White.

Similarly, the charging case adopts the same colour as the earbuds. The case has an LED indicator for charging. The dedicated web page further claims that the new Realme Buds Air 2 would offer 25 hours of total playback with ANC off. If the ANC is kept on, the Realme Buds Air 2 earbuds are touted to last for 22.5 hours. Additionally, 10 minutes of charging can offer two hours of playback to users, the website notes. Other notable features mentioned include 88 milliseconds super-low latency in gaming mode, 10mm diamond class Hi-Fi drivers that are said to enable richer bass, clearer sound, and better frequency response. The active noise cancellation is rated at 25dB, slightly lesser than the 35dB ANC offered by the Realme Buds Air Pro.

Realme is collaborating with the international pop band The Chainsmokers to promote the upcoming Realme Buds Air 2 TWS earbuds. On the other hand, the company has also confirmed that the next-gen Narzo 30 lineup will include the Realme Narzo 30A and Narzo 30 Pro 5G. Recently, company India and Europe CEO Madhav Sheth teased the pro model having triple rear cameras. As the name suggests, 5G is coming to the series but is only limited to the Realme Narzo 30 Pro. More details from the company are expected soon.



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WhatsApp Gets New Feature That Lets Users Mute Audio of the Video Before Sharing

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WhatsApp has finally rolled out the mute-video feature that lets users mute the audio of videos while sharing them with others. The feature is currently rolling out to Android users and its availability for the iOS client remains unclear. The feature has been in the works for quite some time, and beta users received its access last month. Android WhatsApp users must ensure that they are using the latest version of the app to use the mute-video feature. Users can update the manually via Google Play Store.

To mute the audio of the video before sharing, users will need to tap on the speaker button below the seeker tool that allows trimming the length of a clip. The feature is similar to the mute audio option on the Instagram app that has been existing for quite some time. The latest WhatsApp feature is also rolling out to Android smartphone users in India. Though the update is not substantial, it is still useful as users can mute sensitive audio on videos that they want to share with others.

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Last month, Facebook-owned WhatsApp announced that it has completed 12 years of its journey. Since its launch in 2009, the app now not only allows users to send messages or media files, but also lets them start voice and video calls and make payments via the platform. However, the messaging platform has been embroiled in controversy ever since it announced new Terms of Policy for the platform. As per the new rules, Facebook will collect and share meta-data (course location, profile name, and so on) to provide more personalised ads on other Facebook-owned platforms. WhatsApp’s new privacy policy was slated to come into effect in February but has been deferred till May. The company recently detailed what will happen to users who don’t accept its new privacy policy in an FAQ on its website. As per WhatsApp, users will still be able to receive calls and notifications, but this will only be possible for a “short time.”



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