The Realme Wireless bud is stated that it's tuned by Alan Walker, and I gotta say that NOT ALL PEOPLE love the sound and tuning as Alan Walker's music. The Realme's earbud is clearly not for people who preferred classical, soft, jazz music. Those kind of people will hate the tuning in Realme's earbud. If you love pop, electronic music like Alan Walker's songs then Realme's earbud is just for you. This GSM reviewer didn't state what song they tested. Everyone has their own preference and taste in music
I have a pair of redmi Airdots bought from AliExpress, and I am quite happy with that one, true wireless at around $19 is very satisfactory
Meizu DAC (USB C) + KZ headphone. If you love musics. Need lossless encoding.
Stop wasting your money on these crap wireless headphones.
Why putting prices in INR so I have to google again to convert into $.
Jeric Ija2x Aho2x, 02 Dec 2019FYI, the first ever public post on the GSMArena blog site was back in October 2009, mind you.qhy talk about GSMarena blog? This site is older than what you are telling.
ATGT, 02 Dec 2019Neckband style is a thing of past and should be discarded. Go for truly wireless ones.True wireless feels similar to hearing aid used by old people.
well we have one more option.. samsung level U pro.. these are also in the same price segment.. between these 3 i think samsung ones have everything balanced.. durability, nice sound, good output through microphone, more than 12hrs music on a single charge.. btw mi neckband is also not as bad as is portrayed in this review.. good sound, no problem in connectivity or pairing, microphone output is also ok
Had few Xiaomi earphones,all of them very cheap but with decent sound,including Redmi Airdots,for $17 they're more than good,considering the price..But this Mi neckband BT earphones are obviously not something to consider buying.How bad those Realme's are if Xiaomi's are not very good?
Realme wireless has almost the same audio signature and quality of realme wired one which they liked. Totally confusing
ATGT, 02 Dec 2019Neckband style is a thing of past and should be discarded. Go for truly wireless ones.Don't think so. TWS are a risk using in the public area since it could be easily lost or stolen.
Neckband style is a thing of past and should be discarded. Go for truly wireless ones.
Seeing that one is bad at playing audio(Realme) and the other one has a bad microphone (Xiaomi), neither of them can be considered a good recommendation, unless you are broke and seriously need to go Bluetooth for some reason.
Between this two, at least Xiaomi plays audio decently.
TL;DR: Good audio comes at a price.
Geric.770, 02 Dec 2019I'm still 2 years older than yours. I started 2007, and this account I made isn't my name used yet.FYI, the first ever public post on the GSMArena blog site was back in October 2009, mind you.
Jeric Ija2x Aho2x, 02 Dec 2019Not a first timer, I've been here since October 2009 but I just didn't create an account becau... moreI'm still 2 years older than yours. I started 2007, and this account I made isn't my name used yet.
[deleted post]Not a first timer, I've been here since October 2009 but I just didn't create an account because I only wanted to be anonymous.
Using Realme wireless earbuds for 2 months now. I don't understand the problem they're talking about in this review. The sound quality is good. At least as good as my JBL C 150. Also, in their last review of Realme wireless earbuds, they were pleased. Can't understand the sudden hate