Realme Wireless Buds Q
Realme Wireless Buds Q - Specs
|Model Name||Buds Q|
|Generic Name||Wireless Earphones|
|Product Dimensions||4.5 x 6 x 3 cm|
|Battery Average Life Standby||50hrs|
|Compatible Devices||Android, Windows, , iOS|
|Color||Black, Yellow and White|
|In Box Item||USB Charging Cable, Charging Case, Additional Earmuffs etc|
Realme Wireless Buds Q launched on 25th June’2020 in India with the price of Rs.1999. The true wireless is designed by famous designer Jose Levy. Let’s take a look at its features and the new Realme Buds Q price:-
Start with design, the famous designer Jose Levy was given more than 6 months to finalize its design. The Earbuds and the charging case are both designed like a pebble. This time Realme manufactured even lighter than my own Realme Bud S. The weighting only 3.6g per bud is really more comfortable in my ears. A magnetic case with Micro-USB for charging at the back of the case. It’s really small and easy to fits in any pocket.
The Realme Buds Q has to touch-sensitive controls on each earphone. But in my experience, the touch area did not work properly as the touch spot is too small and most of the time it’s difficult to find while wearing the earbuds. It got to the point where I merely picked up my smartphone to manage to play or answer calls, which is a significant flaw with the Realme Buds Q.
Connectivity: Realme Buds Q
The SBC and AAC Bluetooth codecs come with Realme Buds Q and this really effective given in this price range. The Earphones include 10mm dynamic drivers and connect through Bluetooth 5. The earphones are water-resistant to IPX4 standards. A low-latency gaming mode is also available, which is said to reduce latency to roughly 119ms.
The roughly 3.5hrs hours of use out of the earphones at higher volumes and with combined use. Further, the case adds four more charges to giving you a total of 14hrs of use per charging case period. if any brand has given this backup it’s truly acceptable.
In the launching event, Realme introduces the R1 chip technology in the latest Realme buds which supports 5.0 Bluetooth. Additionally, the gaming mode effectively minimizes the latency to 119mm which easily maintains a balance between audio and visual while playing games.
The company also introduced the Realme link app, which gives you to chance to customize the Buds Q
The sound is more balanced and equal as a result of the changes to the audio signature and tuning. The Realme Buds Q sound best once came up to about 90% volume. Going to high volume makes the music unpleasant, whilst reducing it down takes out everything save the low points.
The sound quality is slightly better than that of the Realme Buds S and the earbuds sound performed more than the price of just Rs.1999. Behind their sound quality, the design of the buds was supported very well.
Buyers were able to hear and be heard clearly, and they were able to have extended discussions with the Buds Q without any issues. However, there was still an audible pause. Don’t get rid of your wired earbuds just yet if you’re a mobile player.
The Realme Buds Q provides a decent sound quality as much value as possible in this category. But the sound quality isn’t nearly as good as the OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z which comes with this price segment. If someone looking for a set of truly wireless earphones right now and don’t want to pay a lot of money, it’s absolutely worth buying.
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