Okay, $ 30 is more for two pennies, but active noise cancellation is absolutely not typical in this price range.
The sub-brand of Realme IoT focuses mainly on the highly price-sensitive Indian market, which means aggressively priced but feature-rich devices in the region. The new one offered for about Rs 9,000 DIZO Buds Z Pro It bids on its classmates with 25 decibels of active noise filtering and an 88 millisecond delay. The 3.9-gram earphones also provide touch control, and in ten minutes you can put 2 hours of operation into an IPx4-rated device that offers 25 hours of (mixed-mode) operation. There is no wireless charging, but we didn’t expect more than a wired solution through the Type-C port.
The other new product is Dizo Watch R, which this time though Not with GPS has a sophisticated design (yes, very it looks like something), metal housing, The 1.3-inch, 360 x 360 pixel resolution AMOLED panel can always show an active display and 5ATM pressure tolerance for just Rs 15,000. It has continuous heart rate monitoring, sleep tracking, blood oxygen level measurement, 110 sports modes and more than 150 dials. With average use, the manufacturer promises a 12-day operating time, but no statement has been made as to how much battery life is included in the device, which weighs only 45 grams.