Thursday, August 18, 2022

The Realme Buds Q launches with 10mm Drivers

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Realme, on this Monday, launched its Buds Q along with some other electronics products. The touch of a French designer named Jose Levy made this product a little bit different than its other earpods. Though it looks quite similar to Galaxy Buds. Let’s figure out the reasons why this product is different from others.

As I mentioned at the title, this Buds Q is featured with the 10 mm drivers. It is very much safe from the water and dust splashes because of the IPX4 rating. Also, it is a 119 milliseconds latency rate holder. Needless to say, it is connectable with your smartphone via Bluetooth 5.0.

The company says this TWS earbud can provide 20 hours of continuous music playback time in one single charge. In the matter of the charge, the case has 30W fast charging support. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have any wireless charging facility, only the wired charging is available through the micro USB port.

For the ‘Quick Control’ ability, the user can manage to navigate the currently playing music. That means, the user has a smooth touch control over the music play, pause, and skip. The most interesting fact is the buds are weighed 3.6 grams which makes it lighter than an A4 paper. Along with the case, its weight becomes 35.3 grams in total.

The Realme Buds Q is available in three colors i.e. black, white, and yellow with the exchange of CNY 149. Though only in China. There is no news for the Indian release of this one.

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Anupam Modak
Anupam Modak
A CS Engineer and Tech Enthusiast who likes to fiddle with the latest gadgets and tech happenings around the world.


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