Realme Buds T110 spotted on Malaysia’s SIRIM certification website; launch seems imminent

Realme has recently announced that it will be launching a new Dome Green color variant for Realme Buds T300 on 19th March. Apart from this, the brand is now revealed to be working on new earbuds- Realme Buds T110.

This is because our team at The Tech Outlook has spotted Realme Buds T110 on the SIRIM certification website with model number RMA2306 and type approval code RFFS/06J/0324/S(24-1054).

The listing does not reveal much about these upcoming earbuds but it indicates that the earbuds are nearing their launch. Realme might soon make the launch announcement of Realme Buds T110 while we might also come across some more details regarding these earbuds in the coming days. Stay tuned with us to get all the latest updates regarding Realme Buds T110.

Other Realme updates

Apart from the new color variant of Realme Buds T300, Realme will also be launching the Realme Narzo 70 Pro 5G on 19th March in the Indian market. Recently the company has also introduced a new storage variant- 12GB/256GB for its latest Realme 12 Pro 5G smartphone. Other than this, Realme C65 has also been spotted on multiple certification websites- TDRA, TUV Rheinland, TKDN, and EEC which indicated that the device could make its debut soon while Realme C67 has also been spotted on the SDPPI database.

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