Realme Buds T100: Now launched!

Realme had an event today, where we saw a new low-cost smartphone. It was complemented by the Buds T100, the company’s newest audio wearables.

The TWS earbuds provide a stylish, ergonomic design, as well as lots of sound and battery life. They are also quite reasonable, so they are worth considering.

Realme Buds T100

According to authorities, the Realme Buds T100 contains a 10 mm dynamic bass driver, which should make the sound more “stable and outstanding.” It does contain a PEEK+TPU Composite Diaphragm for deeper bass, but for better sound in the ears, the Realme Link app has three distinct EQ presets – Bright for a clearer voice, Balanced, and Bass Boost+ for a richer ambience.

The buds also have Gaming Mode, which can be enabled with a long push on both buds and reduces latency to 88ms for a “buttery-smooth audio gaming experience.” Bluetooth 5.3 ensures robust communication by providing not only speedy and steady pairing but also anti-jamming features and lower battery consumption.

Realme Buds T100

The T100 has AI ENC Noise Cancellation and both buds have a dedicated microphone for picking up sound. This is a function that detects ambient noise and separates it to improve speech clarity during phone calls. There’s also a “Loudness Enhancer” that boosts volume from 97 to 102 decibels, which sounds spectacular but has an impact on overall audio performance.

Realme revealed each bud can last 6 hours, with both buds and the case providing a total of 28 hours of playback. The company did not reveal the battery capacity, but we know it is 40 mAh thanks to company executives. The first two color options are Black (with Yellow inside) and White. Jazz Blue and Rock Red will arrive at a later stage.

Realme Buds T100
Realme Buds T100

The Realme Buds T100 cost INR1,499 (just $18). The first sale begins on August 24 at Realme.com, Flipkart, Amazon and offline stores, and early birds can get a discount, lowering the price to INR1,299 (about $16).

via: GSMArena

Also, Read: Realme 9i 5G: Now official in India

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