Realme Buds T300: Affordable and Feature-Packed

The Realme Buds T300 launched alongside the Realme Narzo 60X smartphone. This pair of earbuds offers a wide range of impressive features and costs just INR 2299, which is around $28 US.

Now, while the Realme Buds T300 is currently available in the Chinese and Indian markets, it could soon reach other regions. And when it does, it could be a great pick as a pair of the best affordable wireless earbuds.

Main Highlights of Realme Buds T300

While the Realme Buds T300 is cheaper than most of the wireless earbuds in the market, it comes with a good number of advanced features. Let’s take a deep dive.

Enhanced Sound Performance

The Realme Buds T300 comes with next-level 12.4mm dynamic drivers. These offer a 24% boost in terms of vibration when compared to the predecessor. As a result, you get to hear deeper bass, crisp mids, and enhanced high frequencies. In short, the drivers of the buds can deliver a comprehensive sound experience.

To be specific, the dynamic drivers of the Buds T300 feature Titanized diaphragm, HTW wire coil, and N52 magnet. All of these make the earbuds offer greater sound quality and well-detailed sound output.

Driver Setup of Realme Buds T300

Moreover, the Realme Buds T300 comes with individual rear cavities. As a result, the buds can offer greater sound consistency with enhanced low-frequency response. It also enhances the sound field and makes the earbuds offer powerful and deep bass.

In addition, the Buds T300 has support for 360-degree spatial audio. It’s based on the HRTF head model and combines the surround sound algorithm to create an immersive 360-degree audio-listening experience. You’ll feel like you’re at the center of the stage while listening to music with these buds.

Active Noise Cancellation Performance of Realme Buds T300

You’ll be quite impressed with the ANC performance of the Realme Buds T300. It features an advanced feed-forward microphone, which intelligently detects external noise. After monitoring the sound around you, the microphone actively generates reverse noise-cancelling acoustic waves.

ANC performance Buds T300

These waves counteract the noise and make the Buds T300 capable of offering up to 30dB of noise-cancellation. So, even if you’re in a very busy environment, you’ll not be distracted by the sound around you.

Call Performance

The Realme Buds T300 excels in terms of calls as well. It comes with 2 built-in microphones that can accurately pick up your voice during calls. More importantly, the microphones enhance the voice to ensure you’re clearly heard regardless of the environment you’re in.

Calling performance

Battery Life and Charging Features of Realme T300

Realme took battery life to the next level with the Buds T300. With a full charge, these wireless earbuds can offer up to 8 hours of listening time. And when you put the charging case into the equation, you get up to 40 hours of runtime with the battery at 100%.

Battery Life of Buds T300

There’s no need to worry when the Realme Buds T300 is at 0% either. Realme has integrated a quick-charging feature that makes the buds offer up to 7 hours of playtime with just a 10-minute charge.

Controls, Design, and Connectivity

The Realme Buds T300 has a highly ergonomic design, which allows the earbuds to offer enhanced comfort. To be exact, the buds are as light as 4.1 grams, lowering the chances of ear fatigue when worn for a prolonged time. And they look sleek and quite premium too.

Gaming performance Buds T300

Also, the buds have a straightforward control mechanism. The touch area can register double tap, triple tap, touch and hold for 2 seconds, and touch and hold for 4 seconds.

Last but not least, the Realme Buds T300 packs Bluetooth 5.3, offering you a hassle-free wireless connectivity experience. It even has ultra-low latency gaming mode, which tunes the latency down to 50ms. Also, the earbuds have an IP55 rating, making them capable of handling challenging weather conditions.

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