Dizo GoPods D true wireless earphones and Dizo Wireless neckband earphones have been launched in India, priced at Rs. 1,599 and Rs. 1,499 respectively on launch. Dizo is a new brand for ecosystem and audio products under Realme, and has introduced its first products at affordable prices while leaving more premium product ranges to Realme. The new products from Dizo are set to go on sale on Flipkart in July, followed by select offline stores in the coming weeks. Although Dizo has been rolled out as a new brand, the new earphones are still compatible with the Realme Link app, the company confirmed.
Dizo has launched the GoPods D at Rs. 1,599 and the Wireless neckband earphones for Rs. 1,499. It has also announced that the new audio products will be available at introductory prices of Rs. 1,399 and Rs. 1,299 respectively. The new products promise the typical brand advantages of a big, established brand like Realme, but at more affordable prices.
The Dizo GoPods D true wireless earphones will go on sale on July 14 in two colours (black and white) while the Dizo Wireless neckband earphones will go on sale on July 7, and will be available in four colours - black, blue, green, and orange. Both products will be available on Flipkart initially, but the company has announced that the products will also be available at select offline retailers in the coming weeks.
The Rs. 1,399 Dizo GoPods D true wireless earphones feature 10mm dynamic drivers and use Bluetooth 5 for connectivity. In terms of features, there is a low-latency mode with a rated response delay of 110ms, and also environmental noise cancellation for better microphone performance on calls. The earpieces are IPX4 rated for water resistance.
Usefully, there are also touch controls on the earpieces, and support for the Realme Link app that allows for basic customisation and controls on a paired smartphone or tablet. Battery life is claimed to be 20 hours in total, with the earpieces providing up to 5 hours of listening per charge. The earphones bear a strong resemblance to the Realme Buds Q2, but there are some notable differences in the design and specifications, particularly the lack of active noise cancellation on the more affordable headset.
Slightly more affordably priced than the true wireless earphones, the Rs. 1,299 Dizo Wireless neckband earphones have 11.2mm dynamic drivers, with a claimed battery life of 17 hours per charge. There is 88ms low-latency mode, environmental noise cancellation, Bluetooth 5 for connectivity, and magnetic linking for the earpieces. The earphones are IPX4 rated for water resistance.
The Realme Link app is supported for these earphones as well, and the neckband has button controls for functions including playback and volume. The Dizo Wireless resembles the Realme Buds Wireless neckband earphones, with a similar set of features too.