Realme EarBuds Review

Realme Buds Review
Realme EarBuds

Chinese smartphone maker Oppo’s sub brande Realme many devices such as the Realme C1 and Realme 2 Pro. Now the Realme has its smartphone operations somewhat in place. So, lets go to the EarBud is good or worst.

About the Realme Buds, the company’s first standalone audio product. Priced at only Rs 499, the Realme Buds are affordable with the promise of features and specifications that not many other brands offer at this price point. Can this smartphone maker make a affordable earphone with its latest product, or does this all sound too good to be true? We find out in our review.

Realme EarBuds Design

The Realme Buds are standard earphone for low-cost in-ear headphones. Featuring an in-canal fit, regular silicone eartips, and a 1m-long cable, all the basics are in place. The ‘more’ includes a Kevlar fibre wrap around the cable below the Y-splitter for durability, and a magnetic clamping mechanism between the two earpieces for easy carrying. The Kevlar definitely makes the cable feels more durable and resistant to strain than what we’re used to seeing at this price level. While the magnets reduce the chances of the wires getting tangled.

Realme EarBuds

Realme EarBuds Performance

For this review, we primarily used it on few types of devise as the source devices. On those devices, we used play audio tracks, and also tested with Netflix for sound quality in videos.

The sound quality is, good, but not fantastic and realistic. The Realme Buds headset with the low end of the frequency range tending to overpower the mid-range and highs. On a positive note, the Realme Buds can get very loud thanks to the 11mm drivers at the airphone. In general, the sound feels god with a bit rough, but that’s the compromise here given the price and the design features on offer.

In the Earbud three-button remote and microphone to the Kevlar fibre wrap of the cable and the magnetic clamping mechanism. The Realme Buds definitely look and feel like more expensive earphones, even if they don’t sound like them. If you like your music to be bass-heavy. On the bud, if your usage is limited to casual listening during your commute and a few calls on the go, the Realme Buds are definitely worth considering. What do you think, Comment bellow.

Realme EarBuds

Rs. 499





Audio Quality




Value for Money



  • Excellent design and build quality
  • Can get very loud
  • Well priced for the feature set on offer


  • Rough sound
  • Excessive bass


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