Realme Buds Q budget TWS earphones with 10mm drivers launched in Nepali market

Realme Buds Q Price in Nepal

During today’s event held in China, Realme presented a new line of products, which eventually will receive a global launch sometime later. One of these products was Realme Buds Q, the new offerring from the manufacturer that aims to be the perfect alternative to Samsung Galaxy Buds.

Although Buds Q is presented at an extremely attractive price, but it also comes in a interesting specifications and a very appealing design. With regard to its design, Realme approached the famous French designer, José Lévy to give Buds Q a unique identity.

The Realme Buds Q earbuds have a pebble-like design for its charging case that has lights on all four sides  when it is plugged into a power source.

Despite it’s competitive price, Realme Buds Q comes with several features that is set to become popular among it’s fans. Firstly, it comes with IPX4 certification, guaranteeing dust and water resistance.

Obviously, for every music lovers, earphones sound quality is crucial, and Buds Q come with 10 mm bass booster drivers combined with the new DBB dynamic bass technology , to ensure an excellent audio experience. The earbuds have interchangeable ear tips made of silicone.

For video game lovers, they will be able to count on a gaming mode that promises a maximum latency of 119 ms. In this type of wireless earphones, latency is sometimes a big problem when trying to play games on your smartphone.

Realme Buds Q will also not let you down when it comes to battery life. On a single charge, it promises a range of up to 4.5 hours on continuous playback. Realme is claiming a 20-hour music playback time on the Buds Q when coupled with the charging case.

The Realme Buds Q weigh 3.6 grams while with the charging case, their weight becomes 35.3 grams. Realme has touted 30W fast charging on the Buds Q. They, however, do not support wireless charging, which is why the pricing is in the budget category.

The case of the earbuds features a micro-USB port for charging. The earbuds offer support for the Realme Link app, super-low latency mode, touch controls, and Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity.

The brand will be selling the earphones in three color variants, which include yellow, black, and white.

Realme Buds Q Price in Nepal

The Realme Buds Q has been launched in Nepali market at a price tag of NRs 3,799.

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