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Realme Buds Q Earbuds Earphones launched

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Realme, a Shenzhen-based Chinese smartphone manufacturer, has finally launched the Redmi Buds Q in China at a launch event that was held on Monday. These are the true wireless earphones that offer 20 hours of music playback on a single charge. The earphones look similar to the Samsung Galaxy Buds.

Also See: Best Earbuds For Small Ears

At the same launch event, the company unveiled two new power banks too. The power banks are named Realme Power Bank 2 and Realme 30W Dart. Moreover, the company also hosted a launch event in India simultaneously. At the launch, event Realme unveiled Realme Smart TV and Realme Buds Air Neo TWS earbuds.

Features/Specifications of Realme Buds Q

  1. The earphones feature 10mm audio drivers, and these true wireless earphones offer a music playback of 20 hours on a single charge.
  2. The earphones support Bluetooth v5.0.
  3. The earphones are IPX4 rated for sweat and water resistance.
  4. These earphones come ‘Quick Controls’ that ensure smooth touch controls to play, pause, and skip music.
  5. The earphone settings can be customized by using the Realme Link app on an Android smartphone.
  6. These earphones are lighter that supports 30W wired charging.
  7. These earphones do not support wireless charging.

Price and Availability:

The Earbuds Earphones priced is at set at CNY 149 (roughly Rs. 1,600) for the Black, White, and Yellow colour options. The earbuds are available for pre-booking via the Realme China site.

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