Realme DizoGoPods is priced at Rs. 3,299, while Realme DizoGoPods Neo has been priced at Rs. 2,499.
Dizo, which was launched by Realme earlier this year for tech life products, has launched two new earbuds in India. Both the TWS earbuds are budget offerings from the company and are priced aggressively. The Dizo GoPods has a stem design and comes in Smoky Grey and Creme White color variants.
The Dizo GoPods feature 10 mm drivers and a diamond-like carbon diaphragm, as well as Bass Boost+. The GoPods are powered by the R2 chip, which supports Bluetooth 5.2 and Game Mode that drops the latency to 88 ms.However, it is very similar to the Realme Buds Air 2 and features Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) that reduces unwanted sounds by up to 25 dB. It has a 400 mAh battery in the case combined that can last up to 25 hours of listening time. Fast charging is also supported. With just a 10-minute quick charge, you can get 2 hours of playtime. The buds are IPX5 rated for protection against water and sweat.
The second product is the Dizo GoPods Neo which isagain based on the Realme Buds Q2. It is truly wireless earbuds with no stem. These buds also have ANC with up to 25 dB reduction of noise and a 88 ms low-latency gaming mode as well. These surprisingly have a better battery life with buds lasting up to 7 hours and with the case a total of 28 hours. A 10-minute quick charge can also give 3 hours of playback.
Realme Dizo GoPods is priced at Rs. 3,299 and will go for sale via Flipkart on September 6 at 12 pm, at an introductory price of Rs. 2,999. While Realme Dizo GoPods Neo has been priced at Rs. 2,499 and will go on sale via Flipkart starting September 10 at 12pm for an introductory price of Rs. 2,299.
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