#BudsAirNeo brings options like Super Low Lantency, 13mm huge bass, 10m wi-fi vary, standing at the only option beneath 3k. Still searching for TrueWiless beneath 2k? #realmeBudsQ coming quickly. pic.twitter.com/A2f5mb9MlH
— Francis Wang (@FrancisRealme) May 29, 2020
As talked about already, the Realme Buds Q is a pair of entry-level TWS earbuds that was launched in China just some days again. Designed by French designer José Lévy, they’re mentioned to be impressed by the tender and spherical pebbles that match the curve of the palm and the ear canal. The earbuds characteristic 10mm bass enhance drivers and assist the tremendous low latency mode and contact controls of the Buds Air Neo.
Other notable options embrace IPX4 certification that denotes sweat resistance. As for battery life, Realme guarantees as much as 4.5 hours of steady playback on a single cost, however that goes as much as 20 hours with the charging case. The Realme Buds Q is priced at 129 yuan in China, which is simply over Rs. 1,300, so it is going to be fascinating to see how it is going to be priced in India.
It’s value noting right here that Realme launched the Buds Air Neo in India final Monday – the identical day that it introduced the Buds Q in China. The Neo comes with 13mm drivers for further bass, contact controls for music playback and voice calling, Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, 10m wi-fi vary and extra. It is priced at Rs. 2,999, making it a sexy possibility for a lot of. That mentioned, the Realme Buds Q will seemingly be the gadget that can tackle the newly-released Redmi Earbuds S in actual earnest.