Realme is now entering the gaming segment with new accessories, scheduled to launch on February 24 (tomorrow) alongside the next-generation Realme Narzo 30 series. The company revealed on Twitter today that accessories such as Cooling Back Clip, Game Controller, and Finger Sleeve would launch tomorrow in India at 12:30 PM IST. Notably, a tipster had recently suggested that Realme is also planning to launch its first wireless gaming mouse and mouse pad at the same launch event. Additionally, the company is reportedly working on a laptop for quite some time, though its details remain scarce at the moment.
Notably, Realme has been boasting Realme Narzo 30 series’ gaming capabilities across its social media handles over the last few days. The Realme 20 series was also touted as a gaming device for amateur gamers prior to the launch last year. It makes sense that Realme is now launch gaming accessories alongside the next-gen Realme Narzo 30A and Realme Narzo 30 Pro 5G. Speaking of the accessories, the upcoming Cooling Back Clip by Realme would likely allow users to keep the smartphone cool during intense gaming sessions, while the Realme Game Controller will act as a supplementary gamepad. The Realme Finger Sleeve would be teased to improve grip and elasticity, and keep the thumb cool and strain-free during long gaming sessions.
Alongside gaming accessories and Realme Narzo 30 series, Realme will also launch the new Realme Buds Air 2 in India on February 24. According to a dedicated microsite, the upcoming Realme TWS earbuds will provide 25 hours of battery life per charge (charger included) and support ANC (active noise cancellation). In terms of design, the earbuds look similar to the Realme Buds Air Pro, unveiled last year. Other notable features mentioned on the dedicated webpage include 88 milliseconds super-low latency in gaming mode, 10mm diamond class Hi-Fi drivers that are said to enable richer bass, clearer sound, and better frequency response. The active noise cancellation is rated at 25dB, slightly lesser than the 35dB ANC offered by the Realme Buds Air Pro.