Realme Buds Q with up to 20 hours of battery life launched in India at Rs 1,999

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Realme has new TWS earbuds to showcase. The long tech lifestyle brand has announced the launch of its all-new truly wireless earbuds dubbed as Buds Q. These new earbuds will be priced at Rs 1,999 and will be available for purchase starting 1st July on Amazon. After today’s launch event, Realme has now a total of three TWS offerings under Rs 4,000. It includes the new Buds Q, Buds Air, and Buds Air Neo. 

Realme Buds Q – Specifications

Equipped with a 10mm dynamic driver, it claims to offer superb sound quality and extra thump for the bass lovers. It offers instant connection with Bluetooth 5.0 supported devices. The new realme buds weigh only 3.6 grams and are claimed to be lighter than their competition in the segment. 

The Buds Q will come in three colour choices, white, yellow, and black, which gives it an edge over the competition. Further, giving you a choice, which not many brands offer in this price segment. Speaking about offering choices, it has a multi-function button, which allows you to control calls, music, and more using gesture control. 

For example, double-tap will allow you to answer a call or play/pause music, triple tap changes the song, press, and holds on one side end call. Now there’s a gaming mode, which reduces the latency to 119ms. You can enable/disable it by pressing and holding on both sides. 

Talking about the battery life, it claims to offer up to 4.5 hours on a single charge, while with charging case expect up to 20 hours as per the brand. The Buds Q are IPX4 rated, which means they are sweatproof, water-resistant up to a certain degree. 

What do you guys think about the Buds Q pricing in India? Can it compete with the Redmi Earbuds S in India? Let us know in the comment section below.  

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