Realme Buds Q2 true wireless stereo (TWS) earbuds have been launched in Pakistan. These succeed the Realme Buds Q that were launched last year and come with a kaleidoscope-like finish to give it a unique design. The earbuds come with up to 20 hours of total playback with the charging case and supports environmental noise cancellation (ENC) for calls. Realme Buds Q feature a dedicated game mode that offers low latency of 88ms, offering seamless connectivity.
Realme Buds Q2 come at an introductory price of PKR 3,999 (roughly Rs. 1,900). After the discount period is over, the earbuds will be available at PKR 5,999 (roughly Rs. 2,900). It isn't clear until when the introductory period is expected to last. The earbuds are available in Blue and Black colour options. The earbuds are up for grabs via a Pakistani retail site.
Coming to the features and specifications, Realme Buds Q offer 20 hours of playback with the charging case. Each earbud claims to offer 5 hours of playback. The company claims that 10 minutes of charge offers 120 minutes of playback. Realme Buds Q2 have an in-ear design and integrate 10mm dynamic drivers with polymer composite diaphragm and new Bass Boost+ enhancement technology.
Realme Buds Q2's Game Mode offers low latency of 88ms, enabling seamless sync between audio and video. The earbuds support touch controls to play or pause music, answer or end calls, and enter or exit gaming mode. As mentioned, the earbuds support environmental noise cancellation (ENC) for calls. Realme Buds Q2 have a kaleidoscope-like surface finish to give the earbuds a unique look. The charging case is egg-shaped and has LED indicators to let the user know when the battery is about to die.
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