Realme has confirmed it’ll introduce another pair of truly wireless earbuds on its May 25 event aside from the Realme Buds Air Neo. During a Weibo post, the corporate has announced the Realme Buds Q TWS earbuds are going to be among the seven other products waiting to ascertain the sunshine of day on the upcoming event. Realme is additionally claiming the Buds Q are designed together with French designer Jose Levy. Realme has already confirmed its Buds Air Neo earbuds are coming to India an equivalent day, but nothing is concrete about the arrival of Buds Q earbuds in India at now.
The earbuds have been designed in collaboration with a French designer
Teasing the upcoming earbuds on Weibo, Realme has confirmed the Buds Q is going to be originally launched in China. The teaser shows the earbuds in black color, alongside an elliptical, pebble-like charging case that’s also black in color. The caption accompanying the teaser image reads – “inspired by soft and round pebble, perfect curves that suit your hands and ears, and make your ears fall crazy with it.” – in English translation. The planning of the Realme Buds Q is different from that of the Realme Buds Air since the earlobe protrusion is completed away with on the previous. The earbuds also can be seen as having silicone ear tips, which can likely are available in various sizes.
Realme has not said anything about the specifications of the Realme Buds Q earbuds. But if we are to assume, the Buds Q might be targeted at premium users since the Buds Air line-up caters to the affordable segment both in China and India. With higher pricing, the Realme Buds Q could also feature noise cancellation and other sound-related improvements over the prevailing Buds Air and upcoming Buds Air Neo truly wireless earbuds.
Realme Buds Q will have a different design from Realme Buds Air
For its May 25 event, Realme has lined up as many as eight products, three out of which are likely the smartphones. Realme is launching the Realme X50 Pro Player Edition, Realme X3, Realme X3 SuperZoom smartphones a minimum of next week, whereas its non-mobile phone categories will see the launch of Realme Buds Air Neo, Realme Q, and Realme TV. There are still two more products left to be teased by Realme, which we guess could include a replacement power bank. In any case, we are only a couple of days faraway from the launch date and therefore the company is probably going to spill the beans quite it already has within the coming days.