I last bought from them long ago because I was worried about the quality. But when Truke asked me to try out one of their newest TWS earbuds, I said yes to see what it was like to use such a product.
The company sent me their new Truke BTG X1, which just came out. For those who don’t know, BTG means “Born to Game.” It is a set of Truke’s wireless earbuds made for mobile gamers.
I don’t play games myself. So, I only used the product when I needed to. Most users will do the same since the price is so low that even people who don’t play games would buy them. Follow our website, Newsyblogy, for the latest updates!!!!!
The official price of the Truke BTG X1 is 1,499 ($18). But you can often get it for only 999 ($12).
Now that that’s out of the way let me tell you what I thought about the product. Before I start, I’d like to let readers know that Truke had neither a hand in editing this article nor a sneak peek at it before it came out.
Truke BTG X1 Hands-on Experience
The Truke BTG X1 is made in a way that looks good. It is black and looks like a pebble.
There’s a Truke logo on the lid, and it’s easy to open and close with one hand. At the bottom, there’s a sticker that says the rules.
Around the lid are 20 RGB LED lights. On the front is an LED light in the shape of an X. Even the earbud on the right side has a small RGB LED light.
When you open and close the case, these lights come on. You can’t change how these lights look, which is too bad.
As for the buds, they look like AirPods, but they have the Truke name on them. Since they don’t cover your ears, you don’t get silicone tips.
The buds and the case are both easy to carry. It doesn’t feel like the earbuds are there. They are easy to wear and fit well in my ears. Anyway, your experience may differ from mine because everyone has different ears.
Even though the product looks nice, it feels cheaply made, which is in line with its price.
The same is true for the sound. I could say the same thing about the mics. Strangely, the buds need to be turned up to 70% or more to be heard.
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Also, the touch controls on the buds were hard to use because there were so many options. You also can’t turn off the touch controls. So I was always getting touched by accident.
The best thing about these cheap earbuds is that they can connect to your phone. I didn’t lose my connection or hear any lag in the sound.
Regarding battery life, I used the buds for about 6-7 hours on a single charge. It’s enough for two movies or five or six TV show episodes.
So, do you want to buy the Truke BTG X1? That depends on how much you’re willing to pay. If you can get the item for 999, I have no problem recommending it.
But at 1,499, you should consider other options like the Oppo Enco Buds, which cost between 1500 and 1800.