Apart from the realme 7 Series, the game-changing brand also officially welcomed its new TWS Earbuds in the Philippines, realme Buds Q.

realme-buds-q-first-impressions (6)Designed by José Lévy, the cooperated designer of Hermes, realme Buds Q uses a “cobble” look that resembles the familiar shape of cobblestone. The case is extremely compact and light and exudes simplicity with just a subtle branding. realme Buds Q is also IPX4 rated for water and dust resistance.

You get an LED indicator for charging along with a standard micro USB port. Inside, there’s a glossy surface with charging pins that come into contact with the buds.

realme-buds-q-first-impressions (4)The earbuds are also very light and feature touch controls that can be customized using the realme Link app. It also has Game Mode, thanks to a dedicated R1Q chip which significantly reduces latency for voice, so you can communicate more effectively with your squad.

The dedicated chip also supports Bluetooth 5, allowing for instantaneous pairing when you take the buds out of the case. Buds Q uses a pair of 10mm Bass Boost Drivers to deliver a punchy enough (without overpowering other frequencies) kind of sound.

realme-buds-q-first-impressions (7)As for battery life, the brand claims up to 4.5 hours of playback, up to 5 hours of gaming, up to 3 hours of talk time, or up to 6 hours of video watching in a single charge. With the case, it’s up to 20 hours of total playback.


Pricing and Availability

realme Buds Q is priced at PhP1,490 and is now available nationwide in stores and via the brand’s E-Commerce partner – Lazada.

Only for today (September 30), you can get the realme Buds Q via Lazada for PhP500 off its SRP – PhP990.

Participating Branches

  • SM North EDSA Kiosk
  • SM Megamall Kiosk
  • SM Fairview Kiosk
  • SM Mall of Asia Kiosk
  • SM Calamba Kiosk
  • SM Dasmariñas Kiosk
  • SM Sta. Rosa Kiosk
  • SM Manila Kiosk
  • SM Pampanga Kiosk
  • SM Bicutan Kiosk

You may check out our first impressions of the product here.

Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.