What’s the one thing that you keep looking for in the age of smartphones? Your earphones.. Speaking of earphones, we are long past the tangled wires and into the world of earbuds. So let’s talk about the Realme Buds Q.
What about it? If you are a hardcore mobile gamer then this should be in your shopping list.
Let’s get into the details.
The Golden Age of Design
Designed by Jose Levy who is the co-designer of Hermes, the international luxury fashion brand, the Realme Buds Q are inspired by the round and soft cobblestones of Normandy beach, France. Weighing lighter than an A4 sheet, these 3.6 Gram ultralight earbuds from Realme fit well in your ears, your hands and your budget. When they were launched in China earlier this year, they were tagged at CNY 149, and have been launched at INR 1,999 in India.
The previous models of wireless earphones from Realme, BudsAir and the BudsAir Neo were a smashing resemblance to the Apple AirPods design. While they did pretty well, the new Realme Buds Q are more compact and sleek like the Galaxy Buds, but a lot better.
Inside the 3.6 g earbuds
Gamers and music lovers, take note. The reason you should buy the Realme earbuds Buds Q is that they house a large Dynamic 10mm bass boost driver combined with a premium PEEK&PU PC + ABS polymer composite diaphragm specially made for this model. The result of this is that you get to experience crystal clear sounds and vocals, even in the mid and high level frequencies. Don’t forget the strong and powerful bass. So the next time you play Fortnite, you know when to lock and load.
The Realme Buds Q might look small but they come packing a lot of power. The Realme earbuds Buds Q come with a 40mAh battery and a 400mAh pill shaped buds case. Realme claims that Buds Q give you 20 hours of total playback with the case. In one full charge, the Buds should give you around 4.5 hours of playback time. That’s like listening to 400 songs on Spotify or 5 episodes of Breaking Bad. The whole case and the Buds Q weigh almost 35.3 grams.
The Game Mode we all want
The Realme Buds Q come with a R1Q chip that supports real-time transmission in dual-channels. This means the Buds Q can stay connected to your phone individually which takes your audio video experience to the next level. So if you miss the concerts, this will take you there.
In Game Mode, the Realme Buds Q take a drastic hike in output, thanks to the R1Q chip it clocks a super low latency of 119 ms. Trust us, the sync is pure and the quality of the sound is clear as a whistle since the Realme Buds Q leverages the Dynamic Bass Boost (DBB) solution.
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What’s more in Buds Q?
The Realme Buds Q earbuds come in three shades of colour. You get a Quite Yellow, a Quite White and the cobblestones inspired Quite Black. They will go live on sale at the Amazon and Realme websites on July 1, 2020. The Realme Buds Q are IPX4 rated for water resistance but the charging case is not. The charging case comes with a 30W charging support and if your average usage is 3 hours a day, then you can go on for a week with one full charge. Realme Earbuds are completely wireless with Bluetooth 5.0 and they also come with single-mic noise cancellation.
Pure audio video sync with game mode and lighter than a piece of A4 paper, the Realme Buds Q should be on every mobile gamer’s buying list. Priced at almost INR 1,999, it is one the best ones you can get in today’s completely wireless earbuds era. Take your audio experience to the next level with the Realme Earbuds Buds Q.
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