realme Buds Q

Realme just announced two brand new tech-lifestyle products alongside the Realme X3 and the Realme X3 Superzoom in India, the Realme Buds Q following soon after the launch of the Realme Buds Air Neo. The second product is the Realme Adventurer Backpack. The Buds Q has been priced at Rs. 1,999 and directly competes with Xiaomi’s Redmi Earbuds S. The Realme Buds Q is an affordable pair of TWS (Truly Wireless Earphones) that aims at being easily accessible to the masses.

Realme Buds Q:

realme Buds Q

Previously launched in China, The Realme Buds Q is quite different in design compared to the company’s own Buds Air and the Buds Air Neo. That being said, the Buds Q is designed in collaboration with Jose Levy, a recognized artist. It has been designed as a fully-curved body without any straight lines. It comes with a 10mm Dynamic Bass Boost Driver to provide an incredible sound experience, has a 119ms Super Low Latency Mode, to help with a low sound delay during gaming.

When it comes to sound, the Buds Q has support for AAC High-Quality Audio, and each of the single buds has a 40mAh battery and the overall charging case has a capacity of 400mAh where Realme claims 20hours of battery life. It charges via a Micro-USB port which may be a bummer for some people but, for the price it’s acceptable. It has Intelligence touch control through which you can play/pause tracks, change tracks, and perform multiple functions. The Buds Q will be available in three colors Black, White and Yellow, and go on sale from July 1, 2020.

Realme Adventurer Backpack:

realme Adventurer Backpack

Realme just expanded their product lineup with the Realme Adventurer Backpack in India, this new Backpack has a 32L large backpack capacity, is made with 650D High-Density Oxford Cotton, and is IPX4 Water Resistant. Additionally, it has a laptop compartment that can easily fit a 17-inch Laptop, has an Anti-theft buckle, a trolley strap. It is priced at Rs. 1,499 in India and will go on sale from July 1st, 2020 at, Amazon, and Flipkart from 12PM.


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