Realme has launched a bunch of devices today, that is, April 29, 2022. We got to witness the launch of Realme GT Neo 3 alongside the launch of the Realme Buds Q2. It doesn’t end there. Realme has also launched their Realme Smart TV X Full HD Series in India.
The Realme Buds Q2 is a direct successor to the Realme Buds Q that was launched back in 2020. The Buds Q2 come with quite a few upgrades and are priced slightly higher. So, let’s dive right in on the price and specifications of the newly launched budget TWS earbuds!
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Realme Buds Q2 Price in India & Availability
The Realme Buds Q2s price in India is set at Rs. 1,999. There are three distinct colour options to choose from, namely, Night Black, Paper Green, and Paper White.
When it comes to the availability of the earbuds, they will be available for purchase from May 2. The newly launched earbuds will go on sale via Amazon, Flipkart and Realme online, offline stores.
In addition, the Realme Buds Air 3 is also getting a brand new Nitro Blue Colour option. This colour option is priced the same as the other options, at Rs. 4,999. Moreover, it will go on sale from May 4, 2022, via Flipkart.
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Realme Buds Q2 Specifications & Features
The latest budget TWS earbuds from Realme feature 10mm dynamic driver. The driver is backed by PEEK and TPU polymer composite diaphragm to enhance the audio quality. In addition, you also get to see Realme’s proprietary Bass Boos+ feature to further improve the audio quality.
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In terms of connectivity, the Buds Q2 use Bluetooth v5.2 to connect with both Android and iOS devices. Additionally, there is good news for gamers as well. You get to see an super-low latency of 88ms. This will ensure that there are no delays in audio when gaming.
Further, the budget Realme Buds Q2 also bring full touch controls to the table. There are a bunch of different things you can do with these. Then there is AI ENC, aka, Environmental Noise Cancellation. This allows you to get a good clarity during calls, smartly eliminating background noise.
Talking about the important bit, the battery backup. You get to see a whopping backup of up to 30 hours. Of course, this is when you include the charging case too. The Buds can last for up to 7 hours on a single charge, if you don’t take the case into consideration.
According to Realme, the Buds can offer up to 3 hours of music playback on just 10 minutes of charging. Additional features include Dolby Atmos backed audio, IPX4 water-resistance rating, Realme Link app support, USB Type-C port and more.
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