Today Realme has announced the launch of its new Realme Buds Q true wireless earbuds in India. The earbuds have been launched alongside Realme X3 and Realme X3 SuperZoom in the country. Prior to its launch in the country the TWS earphones were introduced in the company’s home market in China last month. These earphones have been designed by designer José Lévy which have the largest 10mm bass drivers in this segment. The Buds Q will be available in three colour options. Apart from that, the company has also launched its Adventurer Backpack.
Realme Buds Q pricing and availability
Realme Buds Q will be offered in three distinct colour options Quite Black, Quite White and Quite Yellow. The earbuds have been launched with a price tag of Rs 1,999. The audio product will go on its first sale via e-commerce platforms realme.com and Amazon on July 1 at 12 PM in India. On the first day of the sale, only the Black colour variant will be available for sale. Whereas the Realme Adventurer Backpack will be available in Black colour option priced at Rs 1,499. The Backpack will go on sale on July 1 at 12 noon onwards via realme.com, Flipkart and Amazon.
Realme Buds Q specifications as well as features
Realme Buds Q Truly Wireless earbuds are designed by a renowned French artist, José Lévy with a full curved body, without any straight lines. It comes with a Cobble Design inspired by a cobble. The curve of the buds has fine carving with 48° on the top and 97° on the bottom for comfortable wearing for long hours. The earbuds come with a 40mAh battery and 400mAh battery in the charging case. It can provide a 3-hour single continuous calling time and 4.5-hour single continuous music listening time. With the charging case, Realme Buds Q gets a total of 20 hours of total playback and it only needs to be charged once a week. It takes 2 hours to fully charge buds and 2 hours to fully charge the charging case.
The Realme Buds Q has a 10mm large driver that makes use of the high-quality PEEK&PU polymer composite diaphragm that is touted to produce better mid-to-high frequency sound, but PU is better to provide deep and powerful bass. The earphones also use The Dynamic Bass Boost for a thumping sound. The Buds Q uses R1Q Chip for pairing and it automatically connects to your smartphone the moment you open the charging case. According to the company, the switch to the low latency Gaming Mode will deliver perfect sync between video and audio while playing games or watching movies. Hence, the latency is reduced by as much as 51% and it only takes 119ms to transfer sound from the phone to Realme Buds Q. The device comes with touch controls to pause, skip, end a call or to activate gaming mode.
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