DIZO GoPods D and DIZO Wireless launched in India

DIZO GoPods D TWS earbuds and DIZO Wireless, neckband style earphones launched in India | Features include Deep Bass, large driver & Water resistance

DIZO, a sub-brand of Realme has finally launched its first set of products in the country. DIZO GoPods D and DIZO Wireless were announced along with some Realme products in an online launch event yesterday. Realme launched its hairdryer and beard trimmer at the event yesterday. Leaks suggest that Realme plans to launch some feature phones in the market under the DIZO branding.

Talking of the recent launches, the DIZO GoPods D is a pair of truly wireless earbuds while the DIZO Wireless is a wireless neckband. Both the products come with a premium design and heavy bass output. Let us learn about both the products one by one.

DIZO Wireless

DIZO Wireless Feature
  • 11.2mm large bass driver with Bass Boost+ technology
  • 17hrs of total playback on a single charge
  • Environmental Noise Cancellation (ENC) to reduce background noise during calls
  • Gaming mode with 88ms super-low latency
  • Support for Realme Link app
  • IPX4 water-resistant

The DIZO Wireless neckband is made of skin-friendly PTE silicon which ensures the best in-ear fit. The neckband sports a lightweight design at 23.1 grams. In terms of features, the neckband supports Magnetic Fast Pair (MFP) technology. It enables the user to clip the buds together to disconnect and save the battery and you can separate the buds to continue to play the track.

The DIZO Wireless earphones feature an 11.2mm driver and a Bass Boost+ algorithm to provide optimum sound quality. There is a Gaming Mode with a latency of 88ms and Environmental Noise Cancellation. The company claims that the earphone can give 2hrs of playback in just 10 min of charge. The DIZO Wireless is equipped with a 150mAh battery that can deliver up to 17hrs of playback. It can take up to 2hrs to fully charge the earphones. The earphones will be available in Orange, Blue, Black, and Green color variants.


GoPods D
Dizo GoPods D
  • 10mm large driver with Bass Boost+ technology
  • 20hrs total playback
  • Gaming Mode: 110ms super-low latency
  • Instant connection with Bluetooth 5.0
  • Environmental Noise Cancellation (ENC) to reduce background noise during calls
  • IPX4 water-resistant
  • Radial Metallic texture with intelligent touch controls
  • Supports Realme Link app to personalize your GoPods D

The Radial Metallic Texture on the surface makes for a premium design feel on the DIZO GoPods D. As usual, the earbuds come with rubber tips to offer passive noise cancellation. The GoPods D comes equipped with a 10mm Large Driver with a Bass Boost+ algorithm to offer a bass-rich experience. The diaphragm is made up of the TPU + PEEK polymer which promises deeper bass and clearer stereo output.

Each earbud is powered by a 40mAh battery while the charging case packs in a 400mAh battery. The earbuds can deliver up to 5 hours of music playback on a single charge and a total of 20 hours of backup when combined with the charging case. The company claims that 10 minutes of charge can get you 120 minutes of playback. The DIZO GoPods D also features a Gaming Mode that delivers 110ms low latency alongside Environmental Noise Cancellation (ENC). The earbuds are IPX4 water-resistant and support Bluetooth 5.0. It is available in Black and White color options.

Price and Availability

As we already know that DIZO products will be sold in India on Flipkart.

The DIZO GoPods D will costs you ₹1,599 and will go on sale on Flipkart, starting from July 14th at 12 PM. The TWS will be available at select retail stores across the country. The DIZO GoPods D will have an introductory price of ₹1,399 during the first sale.

DIZO Wireless, on the other hand, is priced at ₹1,499 but will be available for an introductory price of ₹1,299 during the first sale on July 7th at 12 PM on Flipkart as well.

That is all about the new product launches from DIZO a sub-brand of Realme. What do you think about the product launches by DIZO? What do you prefer personally, a neckband style earphones or Truly Wireless earbuds? Tell us in the comments section below.

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Giri Raj
Giri Raj

Technology enthusiast, part-time blogger, technical writer, and reviewer, MUSic is a basic necessity.✌