Realme Buds T300 Launch Date in India, Price, Review, Case

Realme Buds T300 Launch Date in India, Price, Review, Case

Realme Buds T300 Launch Date in India, Price, Review, Case – Realme has launched Buds Q2 true wireless earbuds over 2 years before. Not only do they sound good but they are packed with features like active noise cancellation under Rs. 2500. No they are very hard to beat in the segment for a long time while their stocks lasted. It is not a literal successor to the new Realme Buds T300 look voice to take over cut see of its updated hardware. It is not only about succession but also about taking the competition head-on. After going by this specification it has proved to be a major threat to the Oneplus Nord Buds 2.

Realme Buds T300 Launch Date in India, Price, Review, Case

Model Name and Price

Model NameRealme Buds T300
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Realme Buds T300 Launch Date in India, Price, Review, Case

Design and Comfort

It is an unmistakably Apple and it is not the first product or brand that will be the last to dip in that pool. It has been said that Realme has done a good job in the build quality and the T300 has well rounded and polished look. The case and the buds are completely close but the finish is good and they don’t look cheap. They are prone to fingerprints and smug as there are lots conspicuous on the white variant.

All over the earbud is white but inside the case is grey which breaks the monotony. It is the case that is fairly compact lightweight and pocketable. It hosts a 460 mAh battery with a tiny charge indicator LED and USB-C charging port which is located towards the base. There is a Bluetooth pairing and reset button which is absent here but that function can be performed by touching as well as holding both the buds for a few seconds.

The touch sensitivity is not too bad but it can be a little iffy with the triple clicks while the third clicks fails to register on time. These are the buds which are quite light at 4.1 grams each. The fit is not comfortable and they don’t go out of the year during a workout or a jog.


Each of the earbuds is fitted with a 12.4 mm dynamic driver with a titanised diaphragm. They consist of a pair of microphones each for calling and ANC. These are earbuds that can suppress up to 30 decibels of ambient noise which have an impressive number for budget earbuds. I like some mid-range earphones like the Realme Buds 5 Pro you don’t need to vary the degree of noise cancellation. It has been kept very simple and ANC On, ANC Off and transparency mod are the choices which are available.

This Bluetooth 5.3-compliant TWS buds for supporting SBC and AAC codecs. You also get a 360-degree special audio effect but keep your expectations in check as it does not always enhance the output. The Realme link application lets you access certain features of this earphone. The application comes pre-installed on Realme phones and needs to be installed on other devices.


The first thing that you will notice is how loud these earphones are and if you need them to be louder for any of the reasons then you can turn on the volume enhancer from the application. The wireless range is not an issue with either the buds which maintain are stable connection at 10 M with no obstruction between them and the source device.

The sound signature of the earbuds is noticeably bass-heavy. You have been provided with four sound presets in the realm link app – clear vocal, nature balance, clear bass, and bass boots which are in the increasing order of bass. While the clear vocals are not bass-heavy, it is too mids forward to be enjoyable in the music. It is usable in the podcast even nature balance which is otherwise on the brighter side as Axis base which masks the mids of it too much. The last two are almost unusable with way too much face and poor vocal clarity.

Call Quality

The call quality of these earbuds is quite good indoors, with the people who are on the line clearly getting audible to each other. When in a busy area outdoors you can easily audible with a good degree of clarity but not as good when in quieter areas. Although background noise cancellation circuitry does a decent job of keeping the ambient noise checked, it also impacts the sharpness of your voice.

Battery Life

The battery backup on these earbuds is very impressive. The company claims 6 to 8 hours of audio playback for the buds with ANC on and off and 30 and 40 hours overall with the charging case in similar conditions at 50% volume. With a loudness of mostly around 50% during the course of testing the earbuds manage to get quite close to those figures with the buds which go on for a little over 5 years with ANC on and just after 7 and half hours without ANC.



ModelBuds T300
DesignTWS Earbuds
TypeIn the Ear


BluetoothYes, 5.3
Bluetooth Range10 m
MicrophoneYes, Quad ENC mic
Voice AssistantYes
Water ResistantYes
ControlsVolume +/-
Music ControlsPause/Play
Call ControlsAccept/Reject calls
Switch between Call and MusicYes
Additional FeaturesIP55 Rated, Power Indicator, Battery Indicator, 50ms Ultra-low Latency mode, Type-C Charging

Sound Features

Deep BassYes
Frequency Response20 Hz (Min) – 20 kHz (Max)
Driver Unit12.4 mm
Driver TypeDynamic
Active Noise CancellationYes, 30dB-ANC
Other Features360° spatial audio with Dolby Atmos Support

Extra Features

Sales Package1 Pair of Earbuds with Charging Case, Charging Cable, Eartips, User Guide

Power Features

Battery Capacity480 mAh (Case)
Battery Life40 hours with Case (ANC Off)
Charging Time1.5 hours (Case)


Warranty1 year
Warranty TypeManufacturer
Covered in WarrantyManufacturing Defects
Not Covered in WarrantyPhysical Damage

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