realme has just launched the successor to its popular TWS Earbuds, the realme Buds Q. The new realme Buds Q2 promises an even better listening experience with improved connectivity and overall quality.
realme Buds Q2 offers a trendsetting design that breaks away from the mediocre build quality of some of its competitors, utilizing the cut shape aesthetics of kaleidoscopes for an eye-catching look. It also boasts IPX4 water resistance, so you can take it to your daily adventures without worry.
The brand has also streamlined the design in pursuit of shaving weight. The entire body is as light as 39g, and a single earbud only weighs as light as 4.1g, lighter than an a4 sheet. This makes them very comfortable to wear even for long listening sessions.
realme Buds Q2 uses 10mm dynamic bass boost drivers that produce improved mid-to-high frequency sound while generating deep and powerful bass. It even has an updated Bass Boost+ solution that adds to the dynamics and layers of the bass, ensuring you get sound quality that’s heart-thumping.
88ms Super Low Latency Gaming Mode ensures a perfect sync between audio and video when playing games or watching videos, while Environmental Noise Cancellation significantly reduces surrounding noise during calls. There’s Bluetooth 5, as well as touch controls for playback control, activating gaming mode, and answering calls.
There’s a 40mAh battery in the earbuds along, and a 400mAh battery in the charging case. You get up to three hours of continuous calls and up to five hours of playback in a single charge. With the charging case, it’s a total of 20 hours of playback. The device is charged via a microUSB port with a full charge in around 2.5 hours for the buds with the charging case, and around 2 hours for the charging case.
realme Buds Q2 Pricing and Availability
realme Buds Q2 will be available first on Shopee starting May 21, 12MN for P1,290, with a limited time offer of P400 off. It will be available at regular price in select realme concept stores, kiosks, and partner dealers nationwide starting May 22.
Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.