Realme has been aggressively pushing IoT and wearable space. The Chinese manufacturer alongside the Realme X3 and X3 SuperZoom also launched its first-ever in-ear Truly Wireless Stereo (TWS) earphones – the Realme Buds Q.
Realme Buds Q features
The Realme Buds Q are claimed to be designed by French designer Jose Levy. The design is inspired by Cobble with especial emphasis on the fit in-ear, as per the company.
The Realme Buds Q has frosted matte texture with 48 -degree curve on the top and 72 per cent curve at the bottom for a comfortable fit.
The earbuds claim to deliver 20 hours of total playback with case and up to 4.5 hours of music playback on a single charge. Realme says its Buds Q offers 66 percent better playback time on the top-selling earbuds in the same segment.
The Realme Buds Q features a 10mm large boost bass driver. These in-ear TWS carries IPX4 water and dust resistant. As for connectivity, they include Bluetooth 5 but lacks Google Fast Pair. Realme says it will instantly auto-connect once you pair it with a device.
The Buds Q has a new Gaming Mode that offers 119 milliseconds of Super Low Latency for better audio and video sync and gaming.
Realme has also integrated touch controls to answer calls and play or pause music and a lot more. It also works with the Realme Link app and OTA updates.
The Realme in-year TWS earbuds support AAC and SBC codec which gives it a slight edge over Redmi Buds S TWS earphone (review). It comes in a pill-shaped charging which only supports wired charging. The buds weigh just 3.6 grams and with case 35.3 grams.
Realme Buds Q Price in India
Realme Buds Q has been priced at Rs 1,999. They will go on sale on 1 July at 12PM. They will be available on Amazon and Realme website. The company also announced a new Realme Adventurer backpack which will also be available from July 1. It is also priced at Rs 1,499.