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A $21 Realme Buds Q launched in China with up to 20 hours of battery life

    Along with Realme’s gadgets launch, the company announced its latest true wireless earbuds in China, it is the Realme Buds Q with IPX4 water resistance, 10mm bass booster drivers, and promises up to 20 hours of battery life.

    The company debuts the Buds Air Neo as its second true wireless earphones in India. The Realme Buds Q comes in Black, White, and Yellow color options. That can definitely fit your fashion style.

    For the launch, Realme partnered with French designer Jose Levy for the design of the headset “…it is inspired by soft and round pebbles, which fits the perfect curve of the palm and ear canal”

    The unique specs include the IPX4 water resistance, and 10mm bass booster drivers with a wide sound field, that provides quality audio experience with DBB dynamic bass enhancement program with and LCP advanced multi-layer composite diaphragm.

    Realme Buds Q supports Bluetooth 5.0 (AAC codec) that allows the devices to connect to the two most used operating system in the world, Android and iOS devices.

    Realme Buds Q

    Like any other device out there, it arrives with touch controls for call control, track change, and Google Assistant. On the downside, it comes with 119ms low-latency gaming mode, which is the R1 chip.

    There is the infrared sensor support for intelligent wear detection so it automatically pauses when you remove them and automatically connects with the phone when you open the case

    Each of the headsets weighs 3.6 grams and supports 4.5 hours of standalone playback with a 40mAh battery. The company said it promises 20 hours with the 400mAh charging case via USB Type-C charging for the case.

    You can pre-order for the Realme Buds Q right now in its home town, China for 149 yuan ($20.88). The Realme’s new true wireless earbuds aren’t the best out there, but can definitely fit into the budgeted position.