Realme Buds Q India launch date confirmed; will be unveiled alongside Realme X3 series

Realme Buds Q should be available via Amazon and Realme website.

  • Realme Buds Q truly wireless earbuds’ India price is confirmed to be under Rs 2,000
  • They will be available in Quite Black, Quite White, and Quite Yellow colours
  • Realme Buds Q will ship with low-latency gaming mode, touch controls, and a 10nm driver

Realme Buds Q truly wireless earbuds India launch is set for June 25th at the event in which the company will unveil the Realme X3 series. The earphones were originally unveiled in China back in May and are confirmed to be priced under Rs 2,000 to take on Redmi Earbuds S in the segment. Realme Buds Q have been designed in collaboration with French designer Jose Levy. They are listed on the company’s website with complete specifications; they will be available in Quite Black, Quite White, and Quite Yellow colours. Unlike the Buds Air and Buds Air Neo, these come with Samsung Galaxy Buds-like design with silicone ear tips.

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Realme Buds Q

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Realme Buds Q features and specifications

The Realme Buds Q earbuds weigh just 3.6 grams each and come with Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity and instant connect. They are equipped with 10nm driver that is claimed to deliver punchy bass and are IPX4 rater for resistance against splashes of water. Realme Buds Q’s 40mAh battery is claimed to last up to 4.5 hours on a single charge and 20 hours with the carry case that has a 400mAh capacity. They feature gaming mode with 119ms low-latency and touch controls to play/pause tracks, take or end calls, and more.

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Realme says it has done 10,000 open/close tests, 2,000 charging port stability tests, and 7,000 drop tests. Realme Buds Q are priced at RMB 129 (approx Rs 1,375) in China, so we can expect them to be priced around the Rs 1,600 mark and spice up the TWS segment in the country. As mentioned above, they will compete against the Redmi Earbuds S, which are priced at Rs 1,799.