realme Buds T110 Review

realme Buds T110 Review

realme buds t110 review

In August 2022, realme released an addition to its buds category which is the realme Buds T100. Now, they have finally launch its bigger brother, the realme Buds T110. But what iterations have they introduced this time around? Let’s find out!

What’s in the Box?
Upon opening the box, the realme Buds T110 comes with 3 ear tip sizes (S, M, L), and the medium sized is installed by default. You’ll also find the user guide and warranty card.

Unfortunately, it doesn’t come with a charging cable, unlike its predecessor. While this may be advantageous for Android users who often possess a Type-C cable at hand, it may be inconvenient for non-Android users reliant on the Lightning port, as they still have to purchase a Type-C cable to facilitate charging.


Design and Construction

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Now, let’s talk about its design. Its look is pretty much identical to the realme T100, I like how they retain it’s pebble-shaped and lightweight design weighing 41.6 grams. As someone with petite hands, I find the compact size of the Buds T110 perfectly suited to my needs. Due it’s small build, I can effortlessly slip it into my pocket or even the smallest of bags, making it an ideal companion for on-the-go lifestyles.

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There’s nothing much going on with its case, just like any other ordinary buds it comes with an indicator light to determine its battery health, a Type-C port below, and realme branding.

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Opening up the lid, you’ll be greeted with a stem-like earbuds. The attached medium-sized ear tip fits perfectly in my ear, and even the buds itself is lightweight! Since this has IPX5 rating meaning it is water resistant, going active and adventurous with this won’t be a problem.

For color options, unlike its predecessor which only has 2 color variants. The realme T110 is available in 3 different colors, Country Green, Punk Black, and Pop White.


Performance (Responsiveness, Audio Quality, Microphone)

Setting up the realme T110 buds is easy. For Android users, there are 3 ways to connect to this device.

First via Google Fast Pair, all you have to do is toggle on your phone’s Bluetooth connectivity. Open the charging case lid, and a pop-up window should appear in less than 10 seconds, follow the instructions and you should be good to go!

When a pop-up window does not come out when you open the lid, you can also take out the buds and press the touch panel for 5 seconds and a pop-up window should appear!

Second is through manual pairing, similar to the Google Fast Pair you need to turn on your phone’s Bluetooth, go to Bluetooth settings, open the charging case lid, and wait for the “realme T110 Buds” to appear on your Bluetooth devices list. Just click it and pair.

Now, that we’re paired. It’s time to test out its audio quality. Its bass is surely a notable feature as it comes with a 10mm Dynamic Bass Driver. The bass is not that abrupt as you’ll still be able to hear the tunes and lyrics clearly. As a person who enjoys listening to music with bass-heavy tunes, this is surely a decent one considering its price point.

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For a more enhanced music experience, I tried downloading the realme Link app however, it is not compatible with it.

As for its touch controls, here are the things you need to know:

1. Music Mode:
– Double tap to Play/Pause
– Triple tap to Next Song
– Left earbuds long press to Volume down
– Right earbuds long press to Volume up

2. Talk Mode
– Double tap to Answer/Hang-up
– Long press to Reject

3. Other Operations
– Long press both buds for 5 seconds to Enter Pairing Mode
– Long press both buds for 10 seconds to Reset

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I did not encounter any hiccups when doing these motions to the realme T110 Buds, even for those of us prone to sweaty palms!

A quick gaming test was also done to try out its 88ms Super Low Latency and did not disappoint.

This device also comes with AI ENC Noise Cancellation, so answering a call in a busy
environment while the device is paired is okay. Plus, its microphone works well too, the voice clarity is decent and can be well understood.

Battery and Charging

The realme Buds T110 has a battery capacity of 460mAh. Its single earbud has 40mAh battery capacity which can last up to 7 hours of playtime and 38 hours total with the case if the volume is maintained at 50%. That’s an additional 10 hours compared to its predecessor which has 28 hours of total playback time.

When charging, a 10-minute charge can last up to 120 minutes playback which is pretty cool especially if you don’t have enough time to charge up.

The Verdict

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To sum it up, for the price of PHP1,399, the realme Buds T110 is definitely a good buy not only for young professionals and students; but also for the active and gaming enthusiasts out there with its blend of affordability and performance.

Whether you’re hustling through work assignments, tackling study sessions, or immersing yourself in gaming marathons, the Buds T110 proves its versatility by blending into diverse lifestyles. All these without straining your finances.

To know more updates of what realme has to offer, visit their official website here.

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.