It seems that Spain is starting to be a top-notch country for brands that not even had a strong presence in this market recently. Realme presented its latest headphones, the realme Buds Q, at a presentation event in India where the brand also presented the realme X3 and X3 SuperZoom.
Now the company has announced the arrival of these devices in our country, with a very tight price and the same elegant and striking design at the same time.
Technical specifications realme Buds Q
- Earpiece: 3.6 grams.
- Case: 28.2 grams.
- Connectivity: Bluetooth 5.0.
- Headphone: 40 mAh.
- Case: 400 mAh.
- Speakers: 10 mm.
- Audio format: SBC, AAC
- Touch control.
- Compatible with iOS and Android.
- Game mode.
- IPX4 resistance.
A unique design with good functions
These are not the first headphones from the company. We have already analyzed the realme Buds Air and the realme Buds Air Neo, both with a more than evident resemblance to Apple’s AirPods.
For realme Buds Q, the company has preferred to hire a well-known designer to give a differentiating touch to their headphones, always as much as possible since they are not devices that allow too many aesthetic windows.
Despite having a size much more compact than other similar models, they promise 4.5 hours of autonomy in music playback independently and 20 hours more if we use the charging box that also serves as a case
They have gestures to control playback, being able to press once on each earpiece, twice or press and hold as we see in the image above. In addition, we can activate the low latency mode that we like so much about this family of headphones by holding down both headphones at the same time.
They have Bluetooth 5.0 and are IPX4 certified for resistance to sweat and splashes.
Price and availability
The realme Buds Q can be purchased from July 14 at 10 a.m. in the normal distributors of the brand, that is, Amazon, PcComponentes and Phone House.
The price will be 29.90 euros, 10 euros less than the real Buids Air Neo that we analyzed recently.