- Realme Buds Q2s with 10nm Bass Boost drivers and Bluetooth 5.2 launched in China.
- The earbuds come with AAC audio codec support and AI ENC for calls.
- Realme Buds Q2s is priced at RMB 149 (around Rs 2,400) in China.
Realme today announced a new pair of TWS earbuds, named Realme Buds Q2s, in China alongside the Realme V25 smartphone. The Buds Q2s succeeds the Buds Q2 (review) that were launched last year. The latest earbuds from Realme offer quite a few exceptional features for the price, such as 10nm drivers, low latency gaming mode, Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity, and more. Here’s everything you need to know about Realme’s latest Buds Q2s.
Realme Buds Q2s price
You can grab a pair of Realme Buds Q2s starting today in China for RMB 149 (around Rs 2,400). However, there’s no word on their availability or pricing outside China. The Buds Q2s come in three colours: Paper White, Paper Green, and Black.
Realme Buds Q2s specifications
The Realme Buds Q2s features a 10nm Bass Boost Driver with TPU Polymer diaphragm and comes with Bass Boost+ enhancement. The earbuds offer a latency of 88ms when used in the low latency gaming mode. These TWS earbuds come with support for AAC audio codec and AI ENC, which promises to reduce ambient noise during calls. Realme’s latest earbuds use Bluetooth 5.2 for connectivity.
Buyers can use the Realme Link companion app to pair Buds Q2s with their smartphones. The companion app also offers different customisation options for earbuds.
The Buds Q2s offers touch controls that can play/pause the music or change the track. You can also use the capacitive touch area to invoke your phone’s digital assistant. This pair of earbuds features IPX4 water-resistant rating to protect itself from splashes of water as well as sweat.
As for the battery, the Realme Buds Q2s packs a 40mAh battery with a promised battery life of 5 hours on a single charge. Meanwhile, the case comes with a 480mAh battery, promising to deliver a total battery life of up to 30 hours. The Realme Buds Q2s also supports fast charging, with the company claiming that a 10-minute charge would deliver juice for 3 hours.