- Realme confirmed to launch the device in the market of India.
- Its teased to be priced under ₹2,000.
- The truly wireless earphones announced early this week.
Early this week, Realme announced its new truly wireless earphones called Realme Buds Q in the market of China and now it is confirmed to launch the same in India very soon and the company also teased the pricing detail of the upcoming device.
Francis Wang, the chief marketing officer of the brand has teased the launch of the new Realme Buds Q truly wireless earphones in the market of India and he also said that the device will be launched under the price tag of ₹2,000 and that means it will be an ultra-affordable truly wireless earphone for the users of the country.
#BudsAirNeo brings features like Super Low Lantency, 13mm big bass, 10m wireless range, standing at the best choice below 3k. Still looking for TrueWiless below 2k? #realmeBudsQ coming soon. pic.twitter.com/A2f5mb9MlH
— Francis Wong (@FrancisRealme) May 29, 2020
The Realme Buds Q resembles Samsung Galaxy Buds and comes in a pill-shaped charging case as well. According to the Designer Joseph Levy, the charging case design is “Inspired by soft and round pebbles”. The wearable offers 20 hours of music playback on a single charge. Realme has fit in 10mm drivers for superior audio quality. The features include Bluetooth 5.0 and IPX4 Rating for sweat and water resistance. The company claims the Buds Q has a minimum latency of 119 milliseconds.
It also offers ‘quick controls’ which is another name for touch controls for controlling music playback. The user can play/pause and skip tracks by touching the touch-sensitive area of the TWS Earphones. In addition, the user can tweak what the touch-sensitive control would do by downloading the Realme Link app from Playstore. Regarding the physical details of the buds, each bud weighs roughly 3.6 grams. The Charging case supports up to 30 Watt power and can be fast-charged in under an hour. Unfortunately, the Realme Buds Q does not support Wireless Charging like its elder brother, Realme Buds Air.
So, let’s wait for the launch of the device in India and we will bring the latest updates at your fingertips, stay tuned with us and also share your thoughts in the comments section below.