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Realme Buds Q is now available in Kenya for Ksh 3,999

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Realme is one of the latest device manufacturers in the world that came to Kenya market recently and they are already promising to bring us more quality products in Kenya at an affordable rate. The company recently launched Realme C3, Realme C11, Realme band and the premier Realme 6 in Kenya and now they have introduced another product in the Kenya market, the Realme Buds Q. This comes after the company launched Realme buds air neo in Kenya that retails at Ksh 4,999.

The Realme Buds Q that the company claims are designed in collaboration of French artist Jose Levy, features a 10mm dynamic bass boost driver, 119ms super-low latency gaming mode, 20-hour long battery life and IPX4 water and sweat resistance allowing one to comfortably work out or do any kind of sporting activities without getting them damaged.

Realme Buds Q also comes with a case that has micro-USB port for fast wired charging which takes about 2 hrs to fully charge the earbuds. The case supports 30W fast wired charging. With the promised 20-hour playback, you can connect it to any device and listen to hours of music, movie-streaming, and video gaming.

“Better yet, the buds can be linked with the Realme Link app, supports super-low latency mode, comes with touch controls, and has Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity,” the company said.

The buds are available in three classic colours: Quite Black, Quite White, and Quite Yellow and retail at Ksh 3,999 in Kenya. Following the recent launch of the Realme C15 in Kenya, the company is including the buds for free with every purchase of the phone on Kilimall.

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