Earlier this year, realme released the Buds Air, the brand’s first pair of True Wireless Stereo (TWS) earbuds. While it had good sound quality for its price, it does not block noise much given its AirPods-style design. Tomorrow though, realme is launching the realme Buds Q, the brand’s first TWS earbuds with an in-ear design.
The realme Buds Q is realme’s latest AIOT device that’s designed to give young users a quality audio device, all at an affordable price tag. While the Buds Q promises to be a budget-friendly pair of TWS earbuds, realme did not skimp out on its design. For this device, realme enlisted José Lévy, cooperated designer of Hermès and the art director of the realme Design Studio.
Specs-wise, the realme Buds Q features 10mm drivers and Dynamic Bass Boost. These promise to provide audio quality that will satisfy fans of today’s popular music. As for battery life, realme claims that the Buds Q can be used for up to 20 hours of total playback with the charging case. The buds themselves are said to last for three hours of single continuous calling time, four and a half hours of single continuous music listening time, five hours of single continuous gaming time, and six hours of single continuous video streaming time.