Realme officially launched its next generation of truly wireless earbuds in the simultaneous event held in China and India. The company unveiled Realme Buds Q and Buds Air Neo in order to expand its TWS earbuds lineup. However, at present the Buds Q is exclusively for China and the Buds Air Neo will be available in China as well as in the Indian market. Buds Q comes with a design that highly resembles the Samsung Galaxy Buds.
The Buds Q weighs 3.6 grams for each bud separately and total weight along with the charging case counts 35.3 grams. They feature IPX4 rating which enables them to effectively handle water splashes and dust particles. Realme Buds Q have 10mm drivers for producing good bass. Although they don’t support wireless charging, they feature 30W fast wired charging support. Probably this enabled the company to put this product in an affordable price range.
The Realme Buds Q earbuds were designed in collaboration with the French designer Jose Levy. The earbuds costs for CNY 149 which is approximately Rs.1600 in Indian currency. Further, the Realme Buds Air Neo will be available in China as well as India. These earbuds are similar to the company’s Realme Buds Air and feature a comparatively larger driver. Realme Buds Air Neo comes with a 13mm driver and claimed to offer 17 hours of music playback time in combination with the charging case.
The Realme Buds Air Neo has Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, 119.2ms latency, and available in three color variants of Green, White, and Red. It is available at the price of CNY 270 and for Rs.2999 in India. These new devices in the lineup enable the company to compete with major rivals like Samsung Galaxy Buds and Apple AirPods etc. Buds Q and Buds Air Neo will surely expand the company’s market share in the TWS earbuds segment and allow the company to strengthen its position.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.