RealMe Buds Air 3s: Not For Everyone 

Written by Rahul Makwana


RealMe Buds Air 3s is priced at Rs 2,499 and its available on Amazon.

Build and Design

The top side has semi-transplant plastic which will let you see the buds from the outside, I wish RealMe went with 100% transplant plastic just like Nothing Ear 1.

Used plastic is matt but the gesture area has glossy plastic where you will be able to play pause, or increase/decrease volume.

All in all, the RealMe Buds Air 3s has an appealing design and it can also be used for workouts too because of the rubber grip while the IPX5 Water Resistant will make sure that a little bit of water won’t harm the buds.

Gesture ControlPlay/Pause: Dobble Tap on Any Bud – Next Song: Triple Tap on Right Bud – Previous Song: Triple Tap on Left Bud – Volume Up: Long Press on Right Bud – Volume Down: Long Press on Left Bud – Gaming Mode: Long Press on Both the Buds at The same time


This will be very simple to decide whether the RealMe Buds Air 3s is for you or not.

If you love party songs, especially Panjabi songs then without any doubt just go with RealMe Buds Air 3s but if you’re that person who loves to hear Love or even Sufi songs then you should stay away from the RealMe Buds Air 3s.

It also has a dedicated gaming mode which works but as I have said many times, never use budget TWS earbuds for gaming, there will be delays, no matter what the company says.

Features and Functions

RealMe has also added support for the RealMe Link app,

where you will be able to update the buds and even change the Gesture Controls as per your liking, you can also set Google Assistant as Gesture too.

There is also an equalizer present within the app, so if you want to play around with the music then just open the RealMe Link App and set the equalizer as per your test.

By the way, if you want to use RealMe Buds Air 3s on a PC as well as on a smartphone then you can enable the dual paring option from the app and after that, with a single click, you will be able to switch RealMe Buds Air 3s whenever you want.

Call Quality

Even after having a total of 4 microphones, the call quality wasn’t that good. I mean 4 microphones are not a joke, there must be something wrong.

For example, if you’re in a crowded place then you will be able to hear another person on call but that other person won’t be able to hear your voice clearly, it will sound like you’re speaking on a big speaker.


So if you listen to music and take calls then expect a battery life of around 3 to 4 hours, it also depends on how much volume you’re listening to music.

But if you mainly listen to music at 60% to 70% volume then the buds will last for 4 to 5 days. While charging case will let you charge the buds around 4 times.

If you wanted bass-heavy TWS with solid battery life and you don’t take many calls then you can consider the RealMe Buds Air 3s.


Still, confused, do read my in-depth review of RealMe Buds Air 3s by tapping down below.

*Images by Aman Dhingra