Realme's Dizo brings new TWS earphones
Realme has introduced the Dizo GoPods D and Dizo Wireless earphones during the first product launch of Dizo, the first brand under the realme TechLife ecosystem. The event also saw the announcement of a Beard Trimmer, Hair Dryer and a pair of wired earphones under the Buds brand.
The Realme Dizo GoPods D are TWS earphones with 10mm driver and 110ms latency in the dedicated game mode. They weigh just 4.1 grams per bud and if it all sounds familiar, that is because they were previously available as the Realme Buds Q.
The company has decided to keep the overall design and shape, but the touch sensor now has a different finish. Other than that, it is the same product, down to the 20h battery life.
The Dizo GoPods D will be available in White or Black colors and the price is INR1,599 ($21), with a INR200 ($4) discount for the first sale on July 14 at Flipkart.
The Dizo Wireless are neckband earphones built for comfort, previously available as Realme Buds Wireless. The company has given them a fresh coat of paint, while retaining the magnetic connection for automatic switching off, 11.2mm drivers and Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity.
There are four color options of the Dizo Wireless - Red, Black, Blue, and Mint Green. Realme is selling this extremely unique product for INR1,499 ($20), with the same INR200 ($4) discount during the first flash sale, scheduled for July 7 on Flipkart.
Moving away from the Dizo brand but staying in the world of Realme TechLife, company reps also introduced the Realme Buds 2 Neo - wired earphones in Black or Blue color for a price of INR499 ($6.70).
Sales start today from the company's website, offline stores, as well as both key online retailers Amazon and Flipkart.
The Realme Beard Trimmer comes in two variants - normal and Plus. Both have 120-minute battery life, but the mightier variant brings 40 length settings, compared with 20 on the vanilla. There’s also IPX7 water resistance on the Plus, while users of the cheaper device have to remove the blades and wash them separately.
Both trimmers will start selling on July 5, with the Plus being INR1,999 ($27), while its sibling is just INR1,299 ($17.50).
Finally, Realme introduced a Hair Dryer. This device has a lovely minimalistic sees its fan reach 19,000 rpm, bringing hot airspeeds of 13.8 m/s. It has negative ion technology for reducing static electricity, allowing the hair cuticle to close and to remain healthy and good-looking for a long period of time.
The price of the Realme Hair Dryer is INR1,999 ($27) and will start selling on July 5 at Realme.com and Flipkart.
- 03 Jul 2021
Dizo is a subbrand of realme, which is a subbrand of Oppo, which is a subbrand of BBK... WTF?
- 02 Jul 2021
- 01 Jul 2021
no, they have tanks 😅isn't that more funny?