Realme TechLife Buds T100 with 28-Hour Battery Life, AI ENC Noise Cancellation Launched in India: Price, Offers, Specifications

Flat Rs 200 off during the first sale.

Along with the launch of the Realme 9i 5G budget smartphone in India, Realme also launched a new affordable true wireless earbuds called the Realme TechLife Buds T100. The newly launched TechLife Buds T100 are priced under Rs 1,500 and are an entry-level TWS from Realme.

The new affordable TWS from Realme TechLife will be available in two colour options and these buds will go on sale next week on multiple online and offline platforms. Let’s take a look at the newly launched TWS from Realme in detail.

Realme TechLife Buds T100 TWS: Price in India and Availability

The Realme TechLife Buds T100 true wireless earbuds are priced at Rs 1,499. The TWS will be available in two colour options 一 Pop White and Punk Black. The first sale of the audio product is scheduled for August 24th at 12 noon. During the first sale of the TechLife Buds T100, buyers can get Rs 200 off, which means the product can be bought for Rs 1,299.

The TWS will be available on Flipkart, Amazon, Realme.com, and Realme stores.

Realme TechLife Buds T100 TWS: Features and Specifications

Starting off with the design, these TWS come with an in-ear style design with a stem. They feature dual-tone colour, which stands out from the crowd. The shape of the case resembles a pebble and you get a Type-C port on the bottom and an LED indicator on the front.

As for the music, there is a 10mm dynamic bass driver setup and you can get more control and tune with the use of the Realme Link application.

On a single charge, the TWS is rated to last up to 6 hours and with the case included, it can last up to 28 hours. Each bud feature a 40mAh battery and the case comes with a 400mAh battery. There is also support for fast charging, which offers 2 hours of music with just 10 minutes of charge.

AI noise cancellation for calls, IPX5 rating, 88ms low-latency, Bluetooth 5.3, Google Fast Pair, and touch controls.

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