Soon, Realme TechLife will also expand its product portfolio to audio products. The sub-brand that works closely with up-and-coming companies will launch the Realme TechLife Buds T100 tomorrow.
The first audio product under the Realme TechLife brand, the Buds T100 is expected to be a budget TWS headset. The company has already revealed some details about the TWS headphones and their features. The Realme TechLife Buds T100 product page gives us a glimpse of the headphones themselves and we must say they look impressive. TWS headphones will be released along with the really 9i.
The Realme TechLife Buds T100 TWS headphones can come with a matte finish body. When it comes to the headphones stem, we can see a flat profile on the outside while the inside is more ergonomic and curved. This may be where the touch sensors will be located. The TWS headphones charging case comes in two-tone color options. The black color variant comes with the Realme Yellow signature, while the white color variant comes with a light gray color tone inside.
Let the rhythmic tones complete your weekend with the #realmeTechLifeBudsT100’s two-tone color design. Choose your perfect fit! 💯#ListenInFullColourLaunch at 11:30am, August 18. Learn more: pic.twitter.com/xLZOEepkOXAugust 14, 2022
Realme has revealed some details about the expected battery life, charging times and information about the audio drivers. However, we’ll have to wait until August 18 for more details to arrive in the full spec sheet.
The Realme TechLife Buds T100 TWS headphones will feature AI Environmental Noise Canceling (ENC). This will improve voice calls by reducing background noise. This feature is now coming to many other TWS headphones this year. The company has yet to reveal the technical specifications of the audio driver on the webpage. However, we do know that the company is using Polyetherketones (PEEK) and TPU plastic in the dynamic diaphragm to improve audio performance.
In terms of battery life, the Realme TechLife Buds T100 TWS headphones come with 6 hours of listening time. In total, with the charging case, you get 28 hours of playback. A 10-minute quick charge provides 120 minutes of listening time.
Realme TechLife helps local businesses
Many of Realme’s TechLife sub-brand products are products made by local companies. The company’s project has been driving the growth of these businesses, helping them in the research and development of their products. It also helps them leverage the large supply chain on Realme’s existing infrastructure.
Realme has expanded its product portfolio through the TechLife program, introducing refrigerators, air conditioners and even IoT smart home devices.