Chinese smartphone manufacturer Realme introduced the Buds Air5 earphones in China on Monday, priced at RMB 299 ($41). Users can choose from two color options: blue and white. The Buds Air5 earphones feature 50dB active noise cancellation, utilizing three microphones on each earpiece to ensure clear call quality. With the inclusion of 4000Hz ultra-wideband noise cancellation, users can enjoy an immersive audio experience free from unwanted background noises. The earphones are equipped with a 12.4mm mega titanizing driver, dynamic bass boost, and an individual rear cavity design. In terms of battery life, the company asserts that the Buds Air5 offers a total of 38 hours when combining the case and earbuds. According to the analyst firm Canalys, Realme secured the fifth position in Southeast Asia’s smartphone market for the first quarter with 2.2 million shipments and an 11% market share. [IThome, in Chinese]