- Realme Buds Q come with Samsung Galaxy Buds-like design
- The earphones ship with 10nm drivers, IPX4 water-resistance, and a pebble-shaped charging case
Realme Buds Q has been launched alongside Realme X3 series in India. The new pair of truly wireless earphones are placed below Realme Buds Air Neo, which was launched in the country last month. Unlike the other Realme TWS earbuds, the Buds Q flaunts Samsung Galaxy Buds-like design that stays within the ears and doesn’t have a long stem. The pair ships with 10nm drivers, 20 hours of battery life, and IPX4 water-resistance rating. The Realme Buds Q earphones come inside a pebble-shaped charging case that supports impressive 30W fast wired charging. Separately, Realme has also announced Realme Adventurer travel backpack with 32L capacity and IPX4 water resistance in India.
Realme Buds Q price, availability
The Realme Buds Q price in India is set at Rs 1,999, making it the cheapest TWS earphones from the brand in the country yet. The earphones will be available for sale in the country from July 1st at 12pm via Amazon.in and Realme.com. The Realme Buds Q come in Quite White, Quite Yellow, and Quite Black colours. The Realme Adventurer Backpack has been priced in India at Rs 1,499. The backpack can be ordered from Flipkart, Amazon, and Realme.com. The first sale for backpack will also be on July 1st at 12pm.
Realme Buds Q specifications
The Realme Buds Q specifications include 10nm drivers for ‘punchy bass’ and Bluetooth v5.0 for wireless connectivity. The earphones are rated to last up to 4.5 hours on a single charge and up to 20 hours with the case that supports 30W fast charging. The company claims that the Realme Buds Q offers 66 percent more battery life compared to other top-selling earbuds in the same segment.
The earphones are IPX4 water and dust resistance and equipped with a new Gaming Mode that offers 119 milliseconds of Super Low Latency for better audio and video sync. There are intelligent touch controls as well – double-tapping the side of the earbuds will let users answer calls and play or pause music, while triple tapping will let you play the next song, and pressing and holding one side will end the call. Pressing and holding both sides will let users enter Gaming Mode. The Realme Buds Q alone tips the scale at 3.6 grams, whereas the charging case accounts for another 31.7 grams.