Dizo Buds Z Pro True Wireless Earphones Review: Good for the Price – Gadgets 360

January 23, 2022 by No Comments

Dizo, a Realme TechLife brand, has been around for a few months now, and has a growing range of affordable audio products. This focus on affordability has kept the product range simple and straightforward, with earphones such as the Dizo GoPods D offering excellent value for money for budget buyers. The connection to the much larger and more established Realme brand has helped Dizo’s credibility, particularly when it comes to design and app support.

The latest audio product in Dizo’s range is the Buds Z Pro true wireless headset, which is priced at Rs. 2,599 in India. With active noise cancellation, app support, and a promise of up to 25 hours of battery life, is this the best pair of true wireless earphones you can buy for around Rs. 2,500? Find out in this review.

The Dizo Buds Z Pro earphones are IPX4 rated for water resistance


The Dizo Buds Z Pro looks good for a budget headset

A pair of true wireless earphones with active noise cancellation for around Rs. 2,500 still sounds too good to be true, even going into 2022, despite a handful of brands having made it possible in 2021. Dizo follows in the footsteps of its parent brand Realme, and the Buds Z Pro succeeds in offering this key feature (ANC) even at this very affordable price.

Dizo has also made a good-looking pair of true wireless earphones with the Buds Z Pro. The earphones are available in two colours, ocean blue and orange-black. Dizo sent me an ocean blue unit for review. The charging case is dark blue and the inner sides of the earpieces match. The outer sides have a reflective blue finish that goes well with the rest of the headset and charging case. Interestingly, even the black-orange version has this reflective blue finish, which stands out awkwardly, so I’d definitely recommend the ocean blue variant.

Although there are some telling signs of these being affordable earphones, such as the two-piece moulding, I quite liked how the Dizo Buds Z Pro looked and felt. The earpieces weigh just 3.9g each, are comfortable to wear, and have a proper in-canal fit with customisable ear tips (a total of three pairs of ear tips are included in the box). The charging case, although a bit larger than some comparable options in this price range, isn’t too big and is reasonably pocketable. There is a USB Type-C port for charging on the case.

The earpieces of the Dizo Buds Z Pro have touch control surfaces on the outer sides, which can be customised through the Realme Link app. The app is available on both iOS and Android. The options for customisation cover playback controls, invoking your phone’s voice assistant, cycling between active noise cancellation and transparency modes, and activating Game Mode for low-latency audio.

The functions you choose are triggered by double-tapping, triple-tapping, or touching and holding the sensitive zone on the earpieces. Although the tap controls worked fine, the touch-and-hold gesture took a while to respond, and I often mistakenly lifted my finger off the zone thinking I had made a mistake.

Touch controls on the Dizo Buds Z Pro let you control playback, the ANC and transparency modes, and more


Apart from letting you customise the controls, the Realme Link app also displays the battery levels of the earpieces (but …….

Source: https://gadgets.ndtv.com/audio/reviews/dizo-buds-z-pro-price-in-india-realme-true-wireless-earphones-review-2718952


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