Hey guy’s and welcome back to another Review. Today, we’ll be reviewing the UGREEN HiTune T2 True Wireless Earbuds. These AirPod-style buds are brand new to the market, and we were lucky enough to snag a pair. Now, we’ll break down everything we’ve learned. We’ll start by talking about the physical design, as well as the charging case. Next, we’ll move on to the battery life and Bluetooth performance. We’ll wrap up by talking about the audio quality and call quality.
Let's open the box and see what's inside.
we have The earbuds come in a neat and tidy package.
Inside the box we find the Ugreen HiTune T2 True Wireless Earbuds.
type-c cable for charging the case.
And a user manual with a small gold quote writen more than music.
The have an AirPod-style design. This means they’re built vertically, with a battery stud extending downwards from the unit. The stud makes them bottom-heavy, so they’ll fit securely in your ears.
The HiTune T2 earbuds are housed in plastic shells, and are available in white or black. This allows you to match most other accessories you might be carrying. The backs of the earbuds are decorated with small UGREEN logos, which are unobtrusive, yet attractive. These logos mark the location of the T2’s soft touch controls. Tap, double-tap, or hold them, and you’ll be able to control a variety of phone functions. You can pause or play music, skip tracks, and answer or end phone calls. You can also adjust the volume, or call up your phone’s voice assistant to give more advanced commands. So after a single touch, you can do anything you want with hands-free controls.
Battery & Connectivity
The next factor we need to consider is battery life. In this regard, the HiTune T2 buds offer four hours on a single charge, Still, most people aren’t going to need more than three continuous hours. And with the charging case, you can always top off your battery on the go.
The case itself carries enough juice for four additional charges. This gives you a total of 15-20 hours of battery life, depending on your volume level and other variables.
These earbuds, as well as the case, will fully charge in 90 minutes via USB Type-C. So unless you’re camping in the wilderness, you shouldn’t ever have any serious power issues. Not only that, but a 15-minute quick charge will give your buds enough juice for an hour of use. That’s enough to get through your morning workout if you’ve found yourself in a pickle.
The HiTune T2 earbuds connect via the Bluetooth 5.0 protocol. This is the current Bluetooth standard, and is backwards-compatible with older Bluetooth versions. That said, it offers significant upgrades over Bluetooth 4.2. To begin with, the latency is significantly lower, so audio and video will sync better. Second, the signal is more stable, so you don’t have to worry so much about losing your connection. Finally, the potential bitrate is higher, so you can listen to higher-quality music. Finally, these earbuds support the latest AAC and SBC Bluetooth audio codecs. This means you’ll get better audio quality from your brand new smartphone.
The HiTune T2 True Wireless Earbuds contain a large, 14.2mm dynamic driver. This is about twice the size of an ordinary earbud driver, and allows for richer audio, particularly the bass frequencies. It’s made of a PU and titanium composite, which is both lightweight and highly flexible. The result is excellent audio across all parts of the spectrum. Lows are nice and rich while the mids and highs have plenty of detail and texture. Your bass won’t bleed through into the higher frequencies, and vice-versa. There’s plenty of separation. This is an excellent sound profile for buds of this size.