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Realme Buds Q TWS spotted online

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Another Realme truly wireless (TWS) earphones have surfaced online. Earlier, 91mobiles reported the specifications and renders of the upcoming affordable Realme Buds Air Neo TWS earphones. Now, Realme Buds Q has been spotted on the Indonesian telecom authority website for certification. The TWS has been spotted on the certification site with model number Realme RMA215. The specifications and features of the Buds Q are not known as of now.

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Realme Buds Q certification Source: Mysmartprice

The Buds Q may launch at the Realme’s event on May 25th in China. Realme might launch different TWS in separate markets. The company might launch around 8 devices in the event, including ‘Blade Runner’ phone called Realme X50 Pro Player Edition and Realme X3 SuperZoom. Realme Buds Air Neo earphones are expected to be an affordable version of Buds Air, which was launched in India last year.

Realme Buds Air Neo specifications

The Realme Buds Air Neo is likely to feature the same design as the original Buds Air. The earbuds bear a striking similarity to Apple AirPods and will be accompanied by a pill-shaped charging case. The earphones will support only wired charging via a micro-USB port.

In terms of specifications, Buds Air Neo will feature an R1 chip and Bluetooth 5.0 support. The TWS will come with an optical sensor to determine the position of the ears and feature 13mm speakers. Similar to the Buds Air, the Neo variant will also feature Game Mode to reduce latency by 50% and improve the audio experience. As far as the battery is concerned, the earphones will last up to 17 hours on a single charge. There is no word on the pricing of the Buds Air Neo.

Another report by 91mobiles claims that Realme is working on an Apple Airpods Pro clone called the ‘Realme Buds Air Pro’.

This makes a total of 3 TWS in the making by the company. Realme is known to launch its products in different markets with little tweaks in the specifications. Thus, we can see a market-specific launch for the upcoming wireless earphones.

That is all in this one. Stay tuned for more.