- Realme Buds Q to launch in India soon.
- The Realme Buds Q were launched in China last week.
- The Buds Q earbuds are IPX4 rated.
Realme introduced the Buds Q TWS earbuds in China last week without mentioning their availability in other markets. The company has now confirmed that the Buds Q earbuds will launch in India soon. The information comes from the horse's mouth, Realme India marketing chief, besides an important detail about the pricing. The Realme Buds Q will arrive in India as the third TWS earbuds model after the Buds Air and Buds Air Neo, which was also launched last week in India.
According to Realme's Francis Wang, the Realme Buds Q TWS earbuds are "coming soon" to Indian markets for a price of under Rs 2,000. Going by Wang's announcement, the Buds Q earbuds could be positioned lower than the Buds Air Neo earbuds in India. The Realme Buds Air Neo TWS earbuds were launched in India for Rs 2,999, as opposed to the company's first model of truly wireless earbuds, Realme Buds Air, priced at Rs 3,999. Wang has also not shared any concrete timeline for the launch, so we might have to wait further.
The Realme Buds Q TWS earbuds were launched in China for CNY 129, which translates to roughly Rs 1,400. If currency conversion is any indication, the India pricing of the TWS earbuds could be Rs 1,399 or Rs 1,499. The official pricing for the Realme Buds Q earbuds will be revealed on the launch date.
Realme Buds Q earbuds have a pebble-like design for its charging case. The earbuds have been designed in collaboration with French designer Jose Levy. The earbuds pack 10mm drivers under the hood, which are responsible for producing good bass. The earbuds have interchangeable ear tips made of silicone. The Realme Buds Q is IPX4 rated, which means it can handle water and dust splashes. The Realme Buds Q weigh 3.6 grams while with the charging case, their weight becomes 35.3 grams. Each Realme Buds Q earbud has 40mAh battery while the charging case features a 400mAh battery. It is chargeable via a Micro-USB port on the charging case.