The Realme TWS earphones lineup is befuddling. The realme t100 just recently became available. Next up, you have the realme t100. The retail price of the realme TechLife Buds T100 in India begins at Rs. 1499. Here is our Realme T100 review.

The primary distinctions, besides cost, are the look and feel of the product’s packaging and presentation. The Buds Q2 is less square and more compact. With absolutely no stem. Comparable to the Galaxy Buds Pro and the Sony WF-1000XM series to some extent. The packaging is unique and feels expensive for the price.

In contrast, the Buds T100 have a stem design similar to the Air Pods Pro. The packaging, in particular, calls to mind Apple’s own TWS headphones. You praised the sound quality of the Buds Q2 very highly. Also, the realme t100 is pretty close, except for one major flaw. But that’s something will talk about later.

Realme T100 Review

What’s in the box?

Let’s have a peek at what’s in the package first. To enumerate, you have:

  • Realme t100, including portable charger and in-ear monitors
  • A USB-C to USB-A cable, preferably in yellow
  • Proof of Purchase
  • Instruction Manual
  • Extra Ear Plugs (not visible in the photo). You can put your faith in us.

Unbalanced sound?

About that peculiarity: all well. The difference in sound quality between the left and right earbuds was the first thing you noticed. This is the case for certain songs. However, for those who aren’t, the left side of the instrument is noticeably weightier than the right. 

The left is the source of low frequencies, and the right is the source of high frequencies. As a result, the music could be more challenging to listen to consistently. After a day or two, you will likely become accustomed to it, but it will still be apparent.

Initially thought this would be an option in the realme t100 of Light & Magic Link app’s configurations. That’s not the case, though. Your equalization settings are limited to Balanced, Bass Boost, and Bright. As you might expect, increasing the high- and low-frequency difference between the two earbuds by selecting a Bass Boost or Bright option makes the problem worse. If you choose to pick any up, make sure they are balanced. In general, the audio quality could be better. That odd quality is just how it is. It’s also much more convenient than the cheap, low-quality wired alternatives.

Easy controls:

It is at this point that stem architecture becomes useful. A series of taps or touch and hold serves as a control mechanism. The Realme Link app allows for this sort of personalization. By default, you can control playback by touching the screen twice, skipping to the next song by touching the net three times, and adjusting the volume by touching and holding the right earphone or the left earbud, respectively. 

The addition of a touch-and-hold feature, available on both the left and right sides, is also an option. The assignment is up to you. However, you decided to leave it blank to avoid unnecessary comic relief. Since the stem’s sides appear pretty delicate, the fact that there was not a single tap makes perfect sense. In this way, you can rest assured that your listening sessions will be uninterrupted by unauthorized tapping. An odd decision, though, was the volume knob. Raising or lowering the earpiece would act as a volume toggle. However, there is a better situation.

Enough battery:

The charging case has an additional 400mAh to the 40mAh in each earbud. It says it can play for up to 28 hours straight. It’s true in most cases. 

After charging the unit to its maximum capacity before using it for the first time, you last needed to plug it in the week since you first got it. The battery life will be directly proportional to the device’s time. On average, you spent around an hour and a half day a week. 

Noise reduction technology and other conveniences:

Noise Cancellation isn’t as strong as it is in some other high-end models. However, it performs an adequate job of letting you hear your chosen audio source, even in a noisy setting. On standby, however, you won’t even notice it. Furthermore, it is sweat and splashproof (to an IPX5 standard), so that’s something to think about. You may confidently bring this baby with you to the gym.

How well do these gadgets go together?

The realme t100 performs admirably for its low cost. The asymmetry between the left and proper channels is strange, but it’s not a dealbreaker. And it does what it says it does in every other context. The Buds Q2, which is only a few hundred pesos more and doesn’t have any of the noted quirks, is a much more compelling option.  It’s passable, but it isn’t at the top of our list of suggestions.

Realme T100 Review:

The realme t100 has fantastic sound quality and a long battery life of up to 28 hours (including the charging case). This allowed me to spend more time in my music library and on the phone when exercising and commuting. Each earbud in the realme t100 contains a 40mAh battery, and the case has an additional 400mAh. For those constantly on the move, the realme t100 provides a rapid charging capability. The battery life of the realme t100 is around 2 hours, and a full charge takes 10 minutes.

With the realme t100 ‘s Intelligent Touch Controls, you can operate the TWS with little to no help from your phone or another external device. You may access and modify the gesture controls via the multifunctional realme Link app. 

The IPX5 Water Resistance rating ensures that the realme Buds T100 remains completely dry throughout even the most vigorous workouts, runs, or commutes. This shields the gadget from water as well, should any splashes occur.

Realme T100 Review – Conclusion:

An 88ms latency indicates that the time it takes for a signal to travel from a connected device to the TWS is less than one-tenth of a second. Moreover, the realme t100 has an Environmental Noise Cancellation function that eliminates distracting noise by employing artificial intelligence algorithms to distinguish between voices and ambient sounds in real-time.