[Exclusive] Realme Buds Q2 Indian Pricing Leaks Ahead of Launch, Narzo 30 5G Pricing tipped

Earlier this month, Realme started teasing the upcoming Buds Q2 TWS earphones in India with support for Active Noise Cancellation (ANC). Later, the company announced the Narzo 30 4G, the Narzo 30 5G and the Buds Q2 will debut in India on June 24 alongside the Realme Smart TV FHD 32″. Now, RealmeTimes has exclusively learned the pricing of the upcoming Realme Buds Q2, courtesy Yogesh.

Realme Buds Q2 Indian Pricing, Expected Narzo 30 Pricing

Yogesh tells us that the upcoming Buds Q2 will retail at either Rs. 2,899/2,999 in the country. It will be available in two colours: Black and Gray. Update: The Narzo 30 5G will only be available in a single RAM and storage variant – that is, 6GB + 128GB and carries an MSRP of Rs.17,990 on the box. However, the phone will be sold in the country through online modes for a price of Rs.15,990, directly competing with the POCO M3 Pro 5G which costs Rs.15,999 in India for the 6/128GB variant [Read more here].

Realme Buds Q2 Specifications

The Realme Buds Q2 sport a design pretty similar to the previously launched Realme Buds Q. Recall that the predecessor, Realme Buds Q, packed in the Airpods like a design from the Realme Buds Air. The earbuds arriving in India are a rebranded version of the Realme Buds Air 2 Neo, which are already available in Pakistan.

One can connect the buds with their smartphones/laptops via Bluetooth 5.2. The buds support AAC and SBC audio codecs. The upcoming Buds bring the goodness of ANC (Active Noise Cancellation) and ENC (Environmental Noise Cancellation) from the regular Realme Buds 2, with the help of the custom R2 chip.

Buds Q2/ Buds Air 2 Neo

As for the specifics, the earbuds feature 10mm drivers and are rated IPX5 splash resistant. The buds can avoid external noise using noise-cancelling microphones up to a level of 25dB. There are the usual features: Transparency Mode, low latency gaming mode (up to 88ms), the usual Google Fast Pair, gesture controls, and support for customization via the Realme Link application.

The earbuds are said to offer up to 7 hours of playback with ANC turned off on a single charge and about 5 hours with ANC turned on (without the case). That said, do let us know your thoughts on the upcoming pair of earbuds by dropping a comment down below.

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