After rumors, the realme Buds Air Neo, a cheaper version of the realme Buds Air has been certified by the National Communication Commission (NCC) with the model number RMA205. This confirms a similar case and design, but it shows a micro USB charging port for the case and it will not likely come with wireless charging.
The case also confirms 400mAh battery for the case and 25mAh battery for each headset. Hope the battery life is better than the 3 hours standalone playback in the realme Buds Air. It is not clear if this will feature environmental noise cancellation.
The Realme Buds Air Neo is expected to be priced less than Rs. 3000 and could be introduced next month. We should know more details in the coming weeks.