Realme, which itself started out as a brand under the backing of the much larger and more established Oppo, has come a long way in India since its launch in 2018. After launching its popular range of reasonably priced but feature-filled audio products including the recently announced Buds Q2 Neo, Realme has now backed a new brand called Dizo to compete in the same segment. Dizo recently announced its first affordable audio products, including the GoPods D, which I'm reviewing here.
Dizo, a new brand with backing from the much more established Realme, has launched the GoPods D true wireless earphones. With design and specifications that are nearly identical to that of the Realme Buds Q2 Neo, the Dizo GoPods D looks to establish a strong presence in the budget audio segment. The new earphones are simple and basic when it comes to look and feel, but some impressive features such as app support and fast charging help the earphones stand out in the budget segment.
Although there are some notable drawbacks including Micro-USB charging, support for only the SBC Bluetooth codec, and a somewhat overbearing bass response, the Dizo GoPods D are decent for the price, and worth considering in the budget segment for true wireless earphones.
|Product Name||Price in India|
|Realme Dizo GoPods D True Wireless Bluetooth Earphones (White)||₹ 999|
|Realme Dizo GoPods D True Wireless Bluetooth Earphones (Black)||₹ 999|
Dizo GoPods D True Wireless Stereo (TWS) Earphones price in India starts from ₹ 999. The lowest price of Dizo GoPods D True Wireless Stereo (TWS) Earphones is ₹ 999 at Flipkart on 18th January 2022.
|Model||GoPods D True Wireless Stereo (TWS) Earphones|
|Price in India||₹999|
|Release date||July 2021|
|Model Number||Dizo GoPods D|
|Connectivity||True Wireless Stereo (TWS)|
|Driver Size (mm)||10|
|Number of Drivers||1|
|Bluetooth Codec Support||SBC|
|Battery Life (Hrs) Earpieces Only||5|
|Battery Life (Hrs) With Case Total||20|