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realme lists three new AIoT devices on Shopee PH

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realme is expanding its AIoT portfolio in the Philippines. They are set to release three new products soon.

The realme Pocket Bluetooth Speaker, which was announced at the local livestream launch of the realme 8 5G, is one. Next is the realme Motion Activated Night Light with up to 365 days of battery life. And the third is the realme Buds Wireless 2 Neo, powered by 11.2mm drivers.

All three products are now listed on the realme official store on Shopee. As expected, the official prices are not yet shown because the products have not yet launched in the country, but do expect them to be affordable, given realme’s penchant for value-for-money devices.

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realme Pocket Bluetooth Speaker

The realme Pocket Bluetooth Speaker (link here) is a pill-shaped wireless speaker powered by 3W dynamic boost drivers with a passive radiator. It comes with three equalizer presets, Bluetooth 5, IPX5 water-resistant certification, and a 600mAh battery. Price is likely to be somewhere in the Php 1000 to Php 1,500 range.

realme Pocket Bluetooth Speaker Philippines

realme Motion Activated Night Light

The realme Motion Activated Night Light (link here) is a donut-shaped night light with an IR motion detection sensor, a magnetic mounting plate, up to 365 days of battery life, and an automatic light sensor. It has two brightness adjustment modes and a 2800K warm yellow temperature.

realme Motion Activated Night Light

The realme Motion Activated Night Light has a price of RS 599 in India. Converted locally, its around Php 400, so expect the Philippine price somewhere there.

realme Buds Wireless 2 Neo

Lastly, the realme Buds Wireless 2 Neo (link here) are neckband style earphones with an 11.2mm dynamic bass boost driver and a long lasting battery life of up to 17 hours playback.

realme Buds Wireless 2 Neo Shopee PH

It also features IPX4 water-resistant rating, an 88ms Super Low Latency mode, three equalizer presets, and a USB-C port.

realme has not yet announced the AIoT devices in the Philippines yet. But do expect it to launch soon. Stay tuned.

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