At this year’s Realme event in China, the Oppo sub-brand introduced the previously reported Realme Buds Q2s alongside the Realme V25. On top of a slew of additional features, the TWS buds have a transparent design case, 88ms low latency for gaming, Bluetooth v5.2 connectivity, and a 30-hour battery life.
Specifications of the Realme Earbuds Q2s
As previously stated, the Earbuds come with a charging case with a clear lid, similar to the Realme Q2 and Realme Buds Q2 Neo that were previously released. The earphones are also splash resistant, having an IPX4 rating, making them appropriate for outdoor sports.
The Realme Buds Q2s have a 10mm Bass Boost Driver with TPU Polymer diaphragm and a 40 mAh battery that lasts for around 5 hours of continuous music listening. The charging case has an additional 480 mAh battery that extends the battery life to 30 hours, while a 10-minute charge restores 3 hours of battery life. A USB Type-C port is used to charge the casing.
Bluetooth v5.2, as well as AAC and SBC codecs, are available as additional connectivity choices. The earbuds provide ENC (Environmental Noise Cancellation) during calls, despite the lack of ANC (Active Noise Cancellation). This should reduce background noise and improve speech clarity, while the dedicated gaming mode provides a latency of 88 milliseconds.
The Buds Q2s also have adjustable touch gesture controls, letting users to use touch inputs to activate the voice assistant or change them via the Realme Link app.
The Realme Q2s buds are available in three colours: Paper White, Paper Green, and Interstellar Black, and cost CNY 199 ($32) in China.