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Redmi Buds 3 Lite landed in the Nepalese market, just a while ago. The budget-oriented TWS offers impressive specs for the price. I have used these earbuds for a month, and during my usage period, the buds provided a really lovely experience. Let’s find out more about the performance and battery life in our Redmi Buds 3 Lite review article.
Talking about the design, Redmi Buds 3 Lite looks decent with its ergonomic design. As per the price, the TWS is made of plastic but honestly speaking, they don’t look cheap at all. You can also adjust the grip by using the extra ear fins as per your preference which you get in the box. Wearing the buds didn’t hurt my ears even with prolonged usage. Also, the grip is really nice and it easily won’t fall off. Also, the charging case comes in a decent size which can get along with small pockets. It is lightweight as well. Hence, carrying the case is no hassle at all while traveling. Both the earbuds and the case are light.
Pairing the buds was also hassle-free. For the first time, you have to charge the buds for some time. After that, you have to press simultaneously on both buds for pairing. Once paired with your smartphone, the buds will automatically connect with your phone, every time you take them out of the case. And putting the buds back in the case will disconnect automatically too. So, it is pretty convenient and quick.
Despite carrying a budget price tag, the audio performance from Redmi Buds 3 Lite amazed me. It provides quality audio performance without a doubt. Unlike other cheap earbuds, the company hasn’t implemented too much bass here. Well, the amount of bass was sufficient for me along with the treble and clarity. You should not expect excellent quality as premium earbuds, but for the price, Redmi Buds 3 Lite definitely deserves a huge appreciation.
Be it, listening to music or watching movies, there won’t be a disappointment. The ENC also works well and you can enjoy a decent audio experience as it cancels the outdoor noises well. Also, the volume level is enough even at mid-level while you are indoors. During my usage period, I didn’t need to fully turn up the volume in even outdoor scenarios.
Talking about the call quality, the earbuds are good to go for indoor usage. If you are in your room taking video and voice calls, there shouldn’t be any complaints. But for outdoors, the mic quality isn’t that great. Especially in areas with traffic and crowd, the buds suffer to cater decent mic quality. The other person will hear noises during calls in an outdoor environment. It is expected from budget earbuds though.
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The battery life on the earbuds is good. On a full charge, you can listen to music for approximately 4.5 hours on a mid-volume level. If you raise the volume to the max, the battery life might deduct by an hour or so. For the charging dock, you are good to go for 5-6 days without having to charge on casual usage. It has a USB C port for charging. Also, the buds have fast charging support and only 10 minutes of charging can cater to hours of music playback. Battery-wise, these are a good pair of earbuds one can buy in this price range.
The earbuds also boast touch controls. Long tapping play/pause music while double tapping can skip to the next track. Likewise, triple trapping will activate the voice assistant of your smartphone. As per my usage, I found the touch controls to be quite receptive. The touch sensitivity is reliable and decent for the price. Talking about the gaming mode, you have to keep pressing both earbuds until you hear a sound. It tries to improve the audio delay a bit but still, I could notice audio delays. Hence, the feature is not that appealing at all.
For the price tag of Rs.3,499, Redmi Buds 3 Lite is arguably the best one in the competition. You can get it cheaper by using discount vouchers on Daraz. The audio quality and battery life are just too good for the price. While call quality outdoors is not that appealing, indoor usage is satisfactory. Also, the quick charge feature of the buds is pretty convenient. Music lovers can get to enjoy as the buds are always ready to rock with a quick charge. The gaming mode does improve the experience a bit but the audio delay is still noticeable in games like PUBG and CODM. Hence, Battle Royale (BR) games are best played with wired earphones for no audio delays.
Other than that, Redmi Buds 3 Lite is a great choice if you are looking for earbuds under the 3.5K Rupees segment. It fills in the audio criteria very well and caters to a decent music experience.
So what do you think of this Redmi Buds 3 Lite Review article? Are you using these earbuds? Do tell us your views, thoughts, and opinions in the comment section below.
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