realme Buds Q2s sounds alright for its price. 

Published September 23, 2022, 9:34 AM

by Edgard Hilario

Yeah, you’ve heard it right.

With a price tag that wouldn’t take you a long time to save up for a wireless earphone, the realme Buds Q2s is a sure and wise buy.

It boast of a 30-hour total playback, 10mm bass boost driver and Dolby Atmos support, enough to help you decide when shopping for True Wireless Stereo (TWS) gadget that can keep up with your busy lifestyle. 

We got us the latest Buds Q2s in Night Black and welcomed the inclusion of extra ear tips in the box along with USB Type-C cable for charging.

The “buds” are packed in a spherical, pocket-sized charging case with the battery power LED light visible on the front. The plastic case is of a matte texture, making it quite resistant to fingerprints and scratches.

Overall, the case measures 60x35x44x53x2.2mm and weighs only 39 grams — lightweight and pocket-friendly. On the rear is the USB Type-C port for charging the case and earbuds simultaneously. The earbuds, by the way, together weighed only 4.2 grams. 

The ear tips are quite comfy, of small, medium and large options while instead of an optical sensor for wear detection in the previous Buds Q2, the Buds Q2s makes use of touch controls on rear that lets you play/pause music, activate Google Assistant, and answer or stop phone calls. 

The Buds Q2s fits well whether you’re running or riding a bike, or simply enjoying your playlist on a chill. The Buds Q2s is protected from sweat and even trains, thanks to an IPX4 rating. 

The realme Buds Q2s is compatible with Bluetooth 5.2 and the high-quality AAC audio codec, and can be paired with your smartphone easy by just opening the case, going into your phone’s Bluetooth settings, and selecting the realme Buds Q2s device.

The realme Link app for Android and iOS allows you to customize the touch controls in the settings menu. There is no volume control option, but you can simply modify the actions for tapping, and holding one earbud, or touching and holding both earbuds. The realme Buds Q2s is equipped with a 10mm Bass Boost Driver with PEEK and Polymer TPU diaphragm and Bass boost Dolby Atmos Support.

Dolby Atmos adds height channels to surround sound systems, allowing sounds to be interpreted as three-dimensional objects. You can blend ambient and scene sound effects for a “cinematic experience.” realme Buds Q2s also have Environmental Noise Cancellation (ENC), which separates background speech and noises in real-time using algorithms and DNN (Deep Neural Network).

You feelin” some good bass, you can switch to Bass Boost+ Mode, which is available alongside Balanced and Bright modes. The 10mm driver effectively handles high, middle, and low-frequency ranges, making AAC-enabled audio sound high quality with clear vocals and a good amount of bass.

The audio quality is above par, the bass prominent without overpowering the other frequencies.The low-latency gaming mode benefits gamers by lowering the latency to a manageable 88ms, If you hold down the buttons on both earbuds at the same time, you’ll enter the gaming mode.

The 40mAh battery in the earbuds allows for up to 7 hours of listening time at half volume. Fast charging is supported with Buds Q2s, while the charging case’s 400 mAh provides an additional 30 hours of playtime. The battery is fully charged when the indicator light is green, and the power is low when the light turns red. 

Now that’s a lot of good things about the new realme Buds Q2s, you can try ’em, too and then proceed to #GrooveAllDayLong.