Realme launched its latest audio wearable – Realme Buds Q2, the predecessor of Realme Buds Q which was launched last year. True wireless earphones retain the planning because of the first Buds Q, but the new Buds Q2 has improved game mode, IPX4 water resistance, fancy design, and a Noise Cancellation (ENC) feature.
Realme Buds Q2 Overview
The Realme Buds Q2 kept a number of the impressive features its predecessor had – 20-hour total battery life with 10 minutes charging enough to feature 2 hours of playback. Sadly the case still packs a micro USB port (yes, really). The corporate also decided to stay with the 10mm bass boost driver, packed within the same tight body. A single bud of the accessory weighs just 4.1 grams, which is extremely light within the TWS world. There’s a slight panel on each of them, allowing gestures like play/pause, answering calls, or turning on/off Game Mode.
Speaking about Game Mode, Realme has done a huge improvement here. The feature is activated with a long press on both buds simultaneously, and while it affects battery life, the latency is simply 88 ms, which is 50% better than the primary Buds Q. The Environmental Noise Cancellation works only during a call and not while listening to music or media. An algorithm filters out external noise, especially in noisy areas just like the supermarket, conveyance, or office.
The Realme Buds Q2 can connect almost instantly to any device with Bluetooth, although with the Realme Link app. Some gestures are often personalized. They’re offered in Black or Blue colors and are already up purchasable in Pakistan. The worth within the Asian country is PKR 3,999 (discounted from PKR5,999), which is about NPR 3,100.