Realme Buds Wireless 2 Review, Specification, Price, and More


If you’re scouring the market for an inexpensive pair of wireless earbuds with perks such as ANC, app support, good battery life, and more, the Realme Buds Wireless 2 is a very compelling option. It is one of the most, if not the most, feature-rich wireless earphones in this price range



In the last several years, Realme has released a staggering amount of headphones, including completely wireless earbuds, neckband type earphones, and more. The company is working hard to deliver in-demand features like Active Noise Cancellation at a reasonable price so that everyone may enjoy them. Realme has just released its latest neckband type wireless earphone, the Realme Buds Wireless 2, which comes with a slew of features for just Rs 2,299. You receive ANC, as well as the LDAC codec and strong app support. Let’s see how well this wireless earphone works and whether it’s worth your money.


Bass Gray and Bass Yellow are the two colors offered for the Realme Buds Wireless 2. We received the latter for testing, and it appears to be nearly identical to the Realme Buds Wireless Pro we tested earlier. For the price, the build quality is quite good. The neckband is silky smooth and velvety to the touch, but it’s also quite sturdy. It’s also incredibly adaptable.

The side modules have a cheap, plasticky feel about them. The right weight module holds the buttons and the USB-C charging connection, while the left has nothing on it. Volume up, Volume up, ANC toggle, and a Multifunction button are the four buttons in total. Change the volume, skip songs, pause/play music, answer calls, invoke your device’s voice assistant, switch between ANC settings, and engage low latency gaming mode with these buttons. The buttons aren’t particularly clicky and don’t provide pleasant tactile feedback, but they get the job done.

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The earphones are simple and offer a dual finish of glossy and matte. They’re gently slanted to help with fit. The buds can magnetically link to each other, and attaching them turns them off while separating them turns them on. Simply removing the buds from each other turns on the device and connects it to a paired device instantly. Although it is practical, there is a risk of the buds becoming detached in a bag or pocketbook. The buds would be turned on, causing the battery to deplete prematurely.

The neckband is only 29g in weight and is quite comfortable to wear for extended periods of time. The buds are snug in the ear and provide a comfortable fit. In total, you get three different-sized sets of ear tips: S, M, and L. The buds are also sweated and water-resistant, with an IPX5 rating. As a result, they can be worn without fear in the gym or while exercising. Overall, we were impressed by the Realme Buds Wireless 2’s fit and comfort.



The Realme Buds Wireless 2 is a pair of wireless earphones with a lot of features. Because it is priced so low at Rs 2,299, buyers will find these earbuds to be an outstanding value for money option. The Buds Wireless 2 features Active Noise Cancellation, which claims to reduce noise by up to 25dB.

We found the Active Noise Cancellation performance to be quite good in our tests; it works well enough to cancel out low-frequency, continuous sounds like an AC hum. It doesn’t do much to drown out other noises like traffic or high-speed fans. However, we can’t really complain about the price. The ANC is superior to the Realme Buds Wireless Pro, which severely altered the sound profile of the buds, which is not the case this time. Transparency mode is also included with the buds, and it works wonderfully. It sounds a little strange at times, but it gets the job done.

Aside from ANC and Transparency Mode, the Realme Buds Wireless 2 comes with the Realme Link app, which allows users to customize some characteristics of the headphone. Within the program, you can customize the controls to meet your needs. On both the multifunction button and the Noise Cancellation button, users can customize the single tap, double-tap, triple tap, and touch and hold functions.

You can also switch between Noise Cancellation, Normal, and Transparency noise cancellation modes. You can also choose from a variety of preset EQ presets, such as Bass Boost+, Dynamic, and Bright, depending on your tastes. The sound characteristic of the earbuds was altered by the profiles, so you can choose one that best suits your needs. In addition to these features, the app allows you to check the battery percentage of your headphones, execute firmware updates, enter game mode, and more.

In terms of Game Mode, the Realme Buds Wireless 2 has a low latency of 88ms. There was a little difference in latency when this mode was active versus when it was dormant, so it’ll come in handy when you’re watching videos or playing games on your phone while wearing earphones. Game Mode cannot be activated while the device is utilizing the LDAC codec; instead, you must switch to SBC or AAC to enjoy game mode.

Other features include Google Fast Pair, Quick Switch (which allows you to switch between two paired devices rapidly), IPX5 water protection, and Fast Charge. Overall, it doesn’t get much better than the Realme Buds Wireless 2 if you’re seeking a feature-packed pair of wireless headphones under 3K.


The R2 chip powers the Realme Buds Wireless 2, which also has Bluetooth 5.0 connection. We were a little upset that these didn’t come with Bluetooth v5.2, given Realme has recently utilized it in other products. The earphones were calibrated in collaboration with The Chainsmokers, a prominent EDM combo. Large 13.6mm bass boost drivers are included, as well as support for SBC, AAC, and Sony’s LDAC hi-res codec.

The sound characteristic of the Realme Buds Wireless 2 is V-shaped, with increased bass and boosted highs. You get strong, pounding bass that sounds lively and energetic thanks to the big speaker. Because the low bass range is more enhanced than the upper bass, it can disguise upper bass and mids sounds by flowing into them. The highs are also heavily amplified, and they can sometimes overpower the mix. Due to the enhanced highs, there is a considerable amount of sibilance and shrillness, especially when listening to rock music.

Turning on the LDAC codec improves the sound quality significantly. The soundstage expands slightly, and the detail in the higher frequencies is much better retained. The sound quality, on the other hand, is at best poor. If you’re a casual listener, it won’t bother you as much, but if you prefer balanced sound, you should avoid it.

Moving on to the microphone, the Realme Buds Wireless 2 Vocplus AI Noise Cancellation for Calls automatically reduces ambient noise during calls. As a result, we found the microphone performance of these buds to be far better than normal, especially for the price category. The call quality remained clear and immaculate even when we were stuck in traffic with loud honks nearby.


The Realme Buds Wireless 2 has a battery life of 22 hours with ANC turned off (at 50% volume) and 18 hours with ANC turned on, according to Realme. Battery life is critical, and we’ve seen wireless earphones improve in this area over time. We put the Realme Buds Wireless 2 to the test to see how long they could last, and we’re happy to report that they did. Even though we tested at 70 percent volume with ANC turned on, the buds delivered 17 hours and 5 minutes of gameplay, which is not far off from the official estimate.

The playtime decreases dramatically when the LDAC codec is enabled. With ANC on, you get 10 hours of playback and with ANC off, you get 11 hours. If you’re not listening to LDAC, the earbuds should easily last 4-5 days on a single charge when used for music, calls, video watching, and other activities.

When it comes to charging, the earbuds take only 50 minutes to charge from a dead battery. You also get quick charging support, which allows you 12 hours of listening time after only 10 minutes of charging (ANC off).


If you’re looking for a cheap pair of wireless earbuds with features like ANC, app support, long battery life, and more, the Realme Buds Wireless 2 is a great choice. It’s one of the most feature-packed wireless earphones in this price range, if not the most. The earbuds also have a great fit and are comfortable to wear for long periods of time. In addition, the ANC performance is rather good, and the microphone quality is excellent. The sound quality is hit-or-miss for us, but most casual users won’t be bothered. Overall, at Rs 2,299, these earbuds provide a tempting amount of features, including respectable sound quality and excellent microphone performance.

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