Chinese smartphone company Realm’s smartphones as well as audio products have gained a lot of popularity. Several of the company’s Truly Wireless earbuds are now available in the market. Realme launched the earbud in June after launching Realme Buds Q in China in May this year. This time, according to a report from MySmartPrice, Realme Buds has started working on Q2. As the name implies, it will be launched as the successor model of Realme Buds Q.
Realme Buds Q2 is included on the website of the Telecom Certification Authority of Indonesia. Whose model number is RMA2008. No further information was available about the earphones. However, getting certified means it is not long before it is launched.
Incidentally, Realme Buds Q was launched in India in June with the Realme X3 series. Realmie designed it in collaboration with French designer Jose Levy. Realme Buds Q has 10mm driver. The IPX4 rated Realme Buds Q weighs 3.8 grams and its case weight is 35.3 grams. These True Wireless Earphones support standard SBC as well as AAC codecs.
The earphone has a micro USB port for charging. It will support Realm Link application, Super-Low Latency Mode, Touch Control and Bluetooth 5.0. It can listen to music for four and a half hours continuously on full charge. Again, the user will get 20 hours backup through its charging case.