Realme mobile phone prices introduced its affordable true wireless earbuds Buds Q in China, earlier in the week, but in Pakistan, it only launched the Buds Air Neo. Today the realme CMO Francis Wang has established that the company will launch the Buds Q within the country soon it had been launched in China for 149 yuan (US$ 20.88 / Rs. 1,580 approx.).
The earbuds are designed by French designer Jose Levy and are inspired by soft and round pebbles, which inserts the right curve of the palm and auditory meatus. it’s IPX4 rainwater confrontation, graphics, 10mm bass rooter drivers with the wide sound field, combined with DBB energetic bass boost program for the simplest audio experience.
It has 119ms low-latency gaming mode and structures a trying recognition sensor that robotically pauses the audio when the earpiece is unconcerned and it automatically connects with the phone once you open the case. It promises up to twenty hours of battery life with the case and 4.5 hours of standalone playback, which is best than the realme Buds Air and therefore the Air Neo.
Realme Buds Q specifications
- Bluetooth 5.0 (AAC codec) to attach to Android and iOS devices
- 10mm driver and LCP advanced multi-layer composite
- Touch panels for call device, track modification, Google Assistant
- Electromagnetic sensor for intellectual apparel detection so it robotically pauses once you remove them
- R1 chip for 119ms low-latency gaming approach
- 6g per earpiece
- Marine impervious (IPX4)
- 5 hours of unconnected repetition with 40mAh battery-operated, 20 hours with the 400mAh charging case, USB Type-C charging for the case
- The Realme mobile Buds Q comes in Black, White, and Yellow colors. it’s expected to launch sometime next month alongside the realme X3 SuperZoom.
Source: Mobile Phone Price Online