Realme Buds Q2 has been launched in Pakistan in the True wireless stereo (TWS) category. These earbuds are the successor of Realme Buds Q that was launched in 2020. These earbuds come with a new unique kaleidoscope-like design. The Buds Q2 supports Environmental noise cancellation and has a total playback time of up to 20 hours. These earbuds flaunt a dedicated game mode that extends a low latency of 88ms for a seamless gaming experience.
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Pricing and Availability
Realme Buds Q2 has been launched at an introductory price of PKR 3,999 which is approximately Rs. 1,900. As this price is for a limited period, the earbuds will be priced at PKR 5,999 which is approximately Rs. 2,900 after the discount period is over. There is no information about when exactly the introductory period will last and also Realme has not revealed any details regarding the International and Indian launch. The two color options that are available are – Black and Blue.
Features and Specifications
As quoted earlier, The Realme Buds Q2 provides up to 20 hours of playback with the charging case. Each earbud is claimed to offer 5 hours of playback time. Realme claims that upon charging earbuds for 10 minutes, it offers 120 minutes of playback. On its official website, Realme has quoted that one can watch 10 movies or listen to 400 tracks on a single charge. The Buds Q2 is equipped with 10mm dynamic drivers with polymer composite diaphragm and new Bass Boost+ enhancement technology.
The new Gaming Mode can be seen in the Realme Buds Q2 that offers a low latency of 88ms which provides better sync between audio and video. This feature is a significant improvement compared to Realme Buds Q’s 119ms audio latency. There are touch controls to answer or end calls, to play or pause music and to enter or exit gaming mode. The egg-shaped charging case has LED indicators to know about the battery capacity. These earbuds are IPX4 water-resistant and dust-resistant as well. The earbuds support AAC and SBC audio codec and have Bluetooth v5.0 connectivity. Realme has stuck on to micro-USB port instead of the more popular USB Type-C port.
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