In this article, we have the Truke Buds F1, which has been trending for some time now as Truke’s TWS earbuds are becoming very popular in this price range. Whether it’s sound quality, latency, or build quality, they offer great value for money.
We have a TWS that costs 799 rupees, and it’s worth mentioning that its launch had a record-breaking sale, with 10,000 units already sold on the first day. So let’s see if it’s worth the 799 rupees.
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You’ll get Truke branding on the box, and inside, we have an earbuds case, TWS earbuds, a Type-C cable, extra ear tips, a user manual, and a warranty card.
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Truke TWS F1 comes with a proper plastic build cute case, which feels good in hand, and the earbuds come in a glossy plastic build with Truke branding on them. They fit comfortably in our ears. Talking about comfort, it provides very good comfort and you won’t hear any discomfort sound. You also get a digital meter in the case, which shows the battery charging percentage as soon as you open and close the case.
In this, we get Bluetooth V5.3, which is a quick pairing. As soon as you open the case, it quickly connects to your last connected device in a very short time. In terms of connectivity, it is excellent. It also has an IPX4 rating, which means there won’t be any problem even if it gets wet due to rain or sweat. Truke Buds F1 comes with touch controls that work very well. You can change songs and receive phone calls with just one touch.
In this price range, it’s worth mentioning that Truke Buds F1 offers a very good battery backup of 8 hours. If you add the case, you’ll get 30 hours of battery backup. Even if we deduct one or two hours from it, you’ll still get a battery backup of 30-35 hours, which is quite impressive.
These earbuds are better whether it’s about loudness or travel, the bass is not too much in this earbuds but the sound is good. You will hear the voice perfectly balanced. And if it comes to travel, it is very crispy. Truke TWS Earbuds will give you a great music experience. It supports both SBC/AAC codecs.
The quality of the microphone is quite decent. It easily cancels out noise both indoors and outdoors
Speaking of gaming, we tested it with PUBG and found that the studio separation is good, left and right are fine, travel is good, and you won’t have any trouble identifying footsteps. The overall latency is around 50 milliseconds, which you can turn on by touching the left earbud three times. Overall, when it comes to gaming, the Truke TWS buds offer a compelling experience.
This was a review of our Truke Buds F1, which has improved in terms of sound quality, bass, and gaming experience under 800 rupees. What do you think, is it worth it in this price range or not? Please comment and let us know.