A couple of days ago Realme announced that it will launch the Realme X3 and X3 SuperZoom in India on June 25. Alongside the X3 duo, Realme was expected to bring the Buds Q TWS earphones to India and today the Chinese phone maker confirmed that Buds Q will debut in India alongside the X3 series.
Best entry-level TWS, #realmeBudsQ is here,— realme Link (@realmeLink) June 19, 2020
👉 Designed by José Lévy
👉 Largest Bass Driver in the segment
👉 Longer Playback Power
Launching at 12:30 PM, 25th June on our official channels & @amazonIN https://t.co/9QYuSly7mH#QuiteStylishTrueWireless pic.twitter.com/LltyQ83Q79
The Buds Q were unveiled last month at an event in China and are the third pair of TWS earphones from Realme in India after the Buds Air and Buds Air Neo. They are designed by Hermès co-designer José Lévy and pack 10mm large Bass Boost Driver.
The Buds Q are IPX4 certified and each bud weighs just 3.6 grams. Realme says the Buds Q offer 4.5 hours of playback, with the charging case offering a total playback of 20 hours.
Like the Buds Air and Buds Air Neo, the Buds Q also support touch controls and they will be available in three colors in India - Quite White, Quite Yellow, and Quite Black. The Buds Q also feature Gaming Mode having a low latency of 119ms.
Realme hasn't revealed the Indian price of the Buds Q yet, that will happen next Thursday, but the company's Indian CEO Madhav Sheth recently revealed that the Buds Q will be priced under INR2,000 ($26/€23) in India.
I bought buds Q because I purchased Realm X2 and I was impressed with the quality and the sound of its speakers. Unfortunately buds Q sounds really HARSH and irritating to my ears. I'll nevert buy Realme ear buds again.
LOL for Realme... Instead of making affordable better-sounding earphone / headphone, they choose to make cheap-looking, low-cost TWS with high price tag. The facts still remain that no TWS is better than even the cheapest Audio-Technica earpho...
Release orange and blue and red variants too... These all colours are useless