Realme Buds Q2s with Up to 30h Total Playback, Bluetooth 5.2 Launched: Price, Specifications

The Buds Q2s also offers a low latency gaming mode.

Realme Buds Q2s

Realme has launched a new TWS under the Realme Buds lineup – the Realme Buds Q2s. The Buds Q2s makes its global debut in the Chinese market. The latest Realme Buds TWS comes with 10mm Bass Boost drivers and offers low latency gaming mode. It offers up to 30 hours of battery life and also features IPX4 water-resistant rating. Let us take a closer look at Realme Buds Q2s price, specifications, and features.

Realme Buds Q2s Price

The Buds Q2s is priced at RMB 199 (approx Rs 2400) and is already available for purchase in China. However, the company is yet to reveal the global availability of the Buds Q2s.

Realme Buds Q2s Specifications and Features

The Buds Q2s feature a 10mm Bass Boost Driver with TPU Polymer diaphragm, and Bass Boost+ enhancement. The Buds Q2s also offer a gaming mode with just 88ms latency.

The Buds Q2s support touch controls and can also be used to summon digital assistants such as Google Assistant. There is also an AI ENC algorithm that reduces the ambient noise significantly during the calls as per the company.

The Buds Q2s make use of Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity and can be paired with smartphones using the Realme Link companion app. The app also lets users customize various functions. The earbuds rely on AAC audio codec.

Each earbud of the Buds Q2s features a 40mAh battery unit and offers 5 hours of battery life. The charging cum carrying case packs a 480mAh battery under the hood, and with the charging capsule, the Buds Q2s can deliver up to 30 hours of battery life. The Buds Q2s support fast charging and can last up to 3hours on a 10 minutes charge.

The Buds Q2s come in three colour options – Black, Paper White, and Paper Green. It also features IPX4 water-resistant rating.

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