In addition to the Realme X3 and X3 SuperZoom which we talked about in this article, the Chinese brand today also presented the new Reame Buds Q TWS and the Realme Adventurer backpack; let's find out more!
Realme Buds Q and Realme Adventurer backpack presented in India
The Realme Buds Q arrive in India (and hopefully also in Europe before long) with a price of 1999 rupees (around 24 euros) and are therefore the cheapest headphones of the brand. The Buds Q also have a Redmi Airdots style design, instead of an Apple Airpods style, as are the Realme Buds Air and Realme Buds Air Neo previously presented.
The TWS headphones are equipped with 10 mm speakers and a maximum autonomy of 6 hours of playback on a single charge. While with the included MicroUSB charging case, the brand guarantees an autonomy of 20 hours in total.
The Realme Buds Q support SBC and AAC audio formats and connects to devices via Bluetooth 5.0. It also adopts the dedicated R1Q chip to lower latency to just 119ms.
Finally, the headphones are IPX4 water resistant, support touch controls and are available in three colors: Quite Black, Quite White and Quite Yellow.
Let's now pass to the Realme Adventurer backpack which comes with a price of 1499 rupees (€ 17), and which presents a really interesting design and with many features that young people will appreciate.
Let's start with the materials, i.e. 650D high density Oxford Oxford cotton with IPX4 certification and therefore water resistant.
The backpack has a capacity of 32 liters with a laptop case up to 17 inches, an internal zip bag and 2 small mesh bags. Other features include a strap buckle design, trolley strap, multifunction strap and safety buckle.
The Realme Adventurer backpack will be available in India starting in July. What will you arrive in Italy in a few weeks? We obviously hope so!