Remax TWS-10 Plus, not bad for $10 earphones

I got a pair of small speakers, the Remax-10 Plus which are priced at $10 !!! they come with a power bank to recharge the earpods, and a pair of earpods that simply work, the sound on the other end of the conversation is lower than when you are using the handset, but if you raise your voice a little, they work fine for me

the battery life is more than you might need, and the box (Power bank box) is small and can recharge the speakers a few times

the only thing that is annoying about it is that it charges with an iPhone cable, one of which is indeed shipped with the box, but i would have preferred a USB C cable !

Anyway, I am creating this post so that i can tell you a bit about the speaker, but more importantly because i need the user manual handy 😉 since i accidentally switched to Chinese and now i want to switch back again, so i had to look for the manual that came with it!

REVIEW: UGREEN HiTune X5 TWS earbuds

UPDATE: After around 2 months of using the earbuds, I am facing no problem, calls are clear, battery life is good, the difference in price between those and the $10 remax speakers is definitely worth it ! if i have one complaint about them is that using the touch button (the whole part of the speaker outside the ear is a button) takes some getting used to, I will also post the instructions on how to use them here.

After trying the $10 Remax TWS-10 Plus, i decided to check out and review the $40 UGREEN HiTune X5 TWS earbuds with Qualcomm aptX

The earbuds come with 4 sizes of ear tips, x-small, small, medium and large

  • HiTune X5 True Wireless Stereo Earbuds
  • Qualcomm chipset: True Wireless Mirroring  tech with the Qualcomm QCC 3040
  • Version: Bluetooth 5.2
  • ENC noise cancelling
  • Frequency range: 20Hz-20KHz
  • Latency: 70ms
  • 4 microphones with cVc 8.0 Noise Cancelling Technology
  • Ipx5 waterproof
  • 70ms ultra low delay  for  game mode
  • Profiles: HSP, HFP, AVRCP, A2DP
  • Bluetooth Frequency: 2400MHz-2483.5MHz
  • Bluetooth Range: 10m
  • Codec: Qualcomm® aptX™, AAC, SBC
  • Speaker Impedance: 32Ω±15%
  • Speaker Sensitivity: 100±3dB
  • Driver Speaker (Dynamic driver): 10mm PU + Peek Diaphragm
  • Operating Time: 7h music play on a single charge, 21h case, total 28h music play with charging case
  • Charging case capacity: 400 mAh
  • Earbud battery capacity: 40 mAh
  • Charging case input: 5V=320mA
  • Charging case output: 5V=100mA
  • lithium polymer battery
  • Charging port: USB-C
  • Fully charge the earbuds: 1.5H
  • Fully charge the case: 2H
  • Earbuds dimensions: 21.926.328.6mm
  • Package Dimensions: 100*139*44mm
  • Net Weight: 5.1g(0.18oz)
  • Total Weight: 47.6g(1.68oz) in the box
  • Waterproof: IPX5

with the HiTune X5 earbuds, the box contains 4 x Interchangeable Ear Caps, a charging cable, a charging case, and a user’s manual

Up to now, the Microphone is much nicer than the Remax, in the car, with the AC on at medium, the other party had no complaint’s about sound quality.

Even though the processor, the Qualcomm QCC 3040 is the most relevant chip in the earbuds, the truth is, the quality of the other components is very important, the microphones, the speakers, the power bank, etc… so it is very hard to endorse any other pair of earbuds simply because they have the same chipset.

A simple google search yeilded many other earbuds that use the same chipset, but again, having the same chipset does not mean much…

  • EarFun Free 2
  • Tribit Qualcomm QCC3040
  • Tronsmart Onyx Ace Pro
  • SoundPEATS Air3