Realme has launched the Realme Buds T300, the successor of Realme Buds T100, which was and still is an excellent TWS under 1500.
Having high expectations from newer models is quite normal, especially when the predecessor was so good.
So, does the Realme Buds T300 meet the expectations? And, should you buy the Realme Buds T300?
Here is the Realme Buds T300 review that will help you decide if you should buy these earbuds.
Before starting the review, take a look at what this TWS has to offer.
|⦿ In Ear Stem Style|
|⦿ Bluetooth V5.3 (12m Range)|
|⦿ 12.4mm Dynamic Bass Driver, 30dB ANC, 360° Spatial Audio|
|⦿ 43 mAH battery per earbud, 460 mAH in carrying case|
|⦿ 6-8 hours battery on earbuds, 30-40 hours with case (at 50% volume)|
|⦿ Quad mic, Two mic per earbud with AI ENC|
|⦿ IP55 Rating|
|⦿ Type-C Fast Charging, 50ms Low Latency, Dolby Atmos|
|⦿ Check Best Price|
For the asking price of Rs 2300, the Realme Buds T300 offers a lot.
Features like 30dB ANC and 360° Spatial audio are rare at this price.
But do these features really make any difference? That’s what we are going to find out in this review.
Realme Buds T300 Review
- Realme Buds T300
- Small/Medium/Large earbuds tips
- USB Type-C cable
- Warranty card and user manual
While the Realme Buds T300 is entirely made of plastic, its build quality is commendable.
The plastic used to make the TWS is high quality, and both the case and earbuds feel premium.
However, you must note that these earbuds are available in two colors, white and black.
The white ones have a glossy finish, and the black ones have matt.
So, the white earbuds and case attract smudges and scratches easily. However, the black ones don’t.
On the flip side, the white variant looks more attractive compared to the black one.
So, the choice is yours, whether you want the white variant or the black one. But overall, you get sturdy build quality.
Also, the earbuds sit well in the case and don’t fall from the case that easily.
Verdict: The build quality of Realme Buds T300 is pretty good, as the earbuds and carrying case feel premium.
Build Quality Rating: 4.2★
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Design and Comfort
The Realme Buds T300 fits comfortably in the ears, and you won’t notice the earbuds in the ears after some time.
The comfort level is excellent, thanks to the ergonomic design.
If you have ever used the Oppo Encho Air 2/3 Pro, you will find the similarities in design.
The Realme Buds T300 looks like the Encho Air 2 or 3.
But what if you have small ears?
Fortunately, the Buds T300 also fits well into smaller ears. However, the comfort level won’t be as similar as on large ears.
Verdict: You won’t feel ear fatigue after using the Realme Buds T300, even for hours. The design and comfort are just great for the price.
Design and Comfort Rating: 4.4★
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Here’s what the company claims about battery life.
- 8 hrs music playback (at 50% volume, ANC OFF)
- 6 hrs music playback (at 50% volume, ANC ON)
- 4 hrs calling time (ANC ON/OFF)
- 40 hrs music playback with carrying case (at 50% volume, ANC OFF)
- 30 hrs music playback with carrying case (at 50% volume, ANC ON)
Well, the claims are impressive, but as we all know, real-life data is different from what the company claims.
Also, we listen to music above 60-70% most of the time, so it’s obvious to get less battery than the company claims.
Here’s what you will get in real life.
- 5 hrs music playback (at 80% volume, ANC OFF)
- 4 hrs music playback (at 80% volume, ANC ON)
- 3.5 hrs calling time (ANC ON/OFF)
- 32 hrs music playback with carrying case (at 80% volume, ANC OFF)
- 24 hrs music playback with carrying case (at 80% volume, ANC ON)
The battery life is decent overall. It’s not as good as advertised, but surely far from the worst.
Verdict: You should not expect phenomenal battery life from Realme Buds T300. But still, the overall battery endurance is good and manageable.
Battery Rating: 3.9★
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The Realme Buds T300 has quad mics, two mics on each earbud. Also, the earbuds support ENC.
During calls, we have noticed that the person on the other end can hear your voice clearly.
The call quality has been great, especially indoors.
The outdoor call quality is equally good. However, the noise is evident in such an environment.
To eliminate the noise, the earbuds kick in the ENC, which reduces the noise significantly.
However, the voice feels compressed, and the noise doesn’t get eliminated completely.
Still, the overall calling experience is good for the most part.
Verdict: The call quality on Realme Buds T300 is not perfect, but it’s good and completely justifies the price.
Sound and Bass Quality
The Realme T300 delivers great sound quality for the price.
The bass is deep and punchy and feels rich. Note that the bass is not boomy, which is a good thing.
Having deep bass doesn’t mean that the other frequencies are compromised.
The vocals are clear, and the trebles are crisp. The sound separation is also on point.
However, due to the warmer sound signature, the vocals and trebles feel less detailed, but still, it’s not a big issue.
If you prefer bass, you will love these earbuds, as the bass performance is impressive for the price.
The earbuds have different sound modes, but we found the balanced and bass modes best suited for mass.
You can also create your own sound profile for the best audio experience.
Overall, the sound and bass quality are great for the price.
Verdict: The primary reason for buying any TWS is the sound quality, and we are happy to say that Realme Buds T300 meets expectations. Its sound quality is surely one of the best for the price.
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The Realme Buds T300 ANC offers up to 30dB ANC, which is great for the price.
But the main question is, does the ANC really make that much of a difference?
Well, yes, the ANC makes a noticeable difference the moment you turn it ON.
However, you must know that 30dB ANC falls in the good category, but it’s not the best.
Yes, most of the noise gets eliminated, but you will be able to hear honking and other high dB sounds.
Also, if you listen to music at around 80% volume, then you won’t be able to notice ANC making any difference.
Verdict: The Realme Buds T300 offers one of the best ANC at around Rs 2300. However, you should not expect it to be as good as the premium earbuds.
ANC Rating: 4.0★
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The Realme Buds T300 is not a dedicated gaming TWS, but still delivers a good gaming experience.
The 50ms latency is not the best, but it’s good enough for most users.
While playing games, the latency is not much noticeable, and you enjoy the whole gameplay.
Yes, if you are a heavy gamer, then you can surely notice the minor delay, but most users can’t.
Also, you can’t expect the latency to be as good as wired earphones.
Verdict: The Realme Buds T300 is an ideal choice for casual to intermediate gamers. However, extreme gaming lovers should look for more premium options.
Gaming Rating: 4.0★
- The Realme Buds T300 comes with 360° Spatial Audio, which, to be honest, doesn’t work as expected. It just tries to create a 3D effect, which other earbuds can also do. You should not expect much from this feature.
- The earbuds support Dolby Atmos, which works great if your smartphone also supports the same.
- The touch controls work flawlessly, but due to high sensitivity, they lead to accidental touches.
- There is no single-tap option. You have to tap twice even to play and pause music.
- IP55 rating works as expected and ensures that the earbuds can handle accidental splashes easily.
- The Realme Link App offers a lot of convenience and customization. However, the app is only available for Android.
Is Realme Buds T300 the best TWS under 2500?
Well, yes, the Realme Buds T300 is one of the best TWS under 2500. In fact, it has gained the first spot in the list of best TWS earbuds under 2500.
However, you must know that it’s not a perfect TWS. It surely has some cons, but none is a deal breaker.
Also, the deal gets even better when the price gets reduced to Rs 2000.
Realme Buds T100 Pros and Cons
- Lightweight and comfortable design
- Great sound quality
- Excellent choice for bass lovers
- Good ANC performance
- Good battery life
- Touch controls work well
- IP55 rating
- Good call quality
- 360° Spatial Audio is pretty average
- Not for heavy gaming
- Touch controls sometimes register accidental touches
Overall Rating: 4.1★
Should you buy the Realme Buds T300?
Yes, you can buy the Realme Buds T300 without worrying, as it is a significant upgrade over the Buds T100.
We acknowledge that it has some cons, but for the price, none is a deal breaker.
Things get even better when you get this TWS at Rs 2000 during sales, but even at its regular price, it’s a worth buying option.
So, after considering everything, we can say that the Realme Buds T300 is a safe investment.
Is Realme Buds T300 worth buying?
For the price, the Realme Buds T300 delivers a very good value for your money.
You will be happy with the overall sound quality and features of this TWS.
It’s a great deal overall, and you can buy it for sure.
Does Realme Buds T300 have noise cancellation?
Yes, the Realme Buds T300 has 30dB Active Noise Cancellation. Also, note that the ANC is not just for the name. It actually reduces the noise and makes a significant difference, especially on calls or listening to music at a lower volume.
For calls, the earbuds offer ENC, which also works well in delivering good call quality.
Does Realme Buds T300 support Dolby Atmos?
Yes, the Realme Buds T300 supports Dolby Atmos. However, to get the best out of it, your smartphone must support the same.
If your smartphone doesn’t have Dolby Atmos, then it’s of no use.
So, this is our honest Realme Buds T300 review. If you still have any doubts, feel free to ask us in the comment section.
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