Dizo GoPods is a truly wireless earbud, they come from the house realms since Dizo is the first brand under the Real Me tech life ecosystem and since Realme is quite dominant in the true wireless segment right now.
The Dizo GoPod has a rather basic design and comes in an egg-shaped matte finish, a charging case quite similar to the recently launched Realme buds q2. Inside the case, it has two circular-shaped earbuds that get a slightly reflective metallic texture. On the outer part of the earbuds, it has a black color finish that looks quite plain and simple.
The buds themselves weigh 4.1 grams each and they are quite lightweight and the case weighs 39 grams. Overall it’s a very compact and handy package, the earbuds manage to fit in the ear quite well but since the design is somewhat similar to the Realme buds q2 there is a hump on the inside. This hump is rather large and tended to make the earbuds come loose in-ears whenever laughed or yawned.
There are ear tips of different sizes included in the box that can be used to get a better fit according to the user’s preference. There is an ipx4 water resistance rating for the buds and it helps protect them from splashes of water. They should be okay for light exercise but there is a warning on their website that they should not be used for intensive workouts to prevent sweat from getting inside the buds.
When it comes to specs the Dizo GoPods has 10 millimeters larger drivers that are tuned to give a base heavy experience there’s also a blue tooth version 5.0 here which is not the latest but it does not create ant connection quality issues. The sound quality is fairly enjoyable on the GoPods and they are quite loud at just 60%.
Realme link app can also be used to set the sound effects to bass boost dynamic or bright. There is also support from the SBC codes but it would have been nice to see support for more codes including aac. It’s worth noting that it will not cause any lag in the audio transmission while watching videos on youtube, Netflix, or any other app.
Call quality in the Dizo GoPods wireless buds is not the best but surprisingly it has a good quality sound with little to no distortion, moreover, there’s environmental noise cancellation that helps reduce ambient noise. The Dizo GoPods holds 40 mah of battery in each of the earbuds and the charging case holds 400 mah making it a total of 480 may. Dizo claims a battery life of around 20 hours.