Truke BTG Beta TWS Gaming Earbuds Review: Best In-ear Gaming Earbuds with One-step Pairing Under ₹1,000

A few days after launching BTG X1 (review), Truke launched yet another BTG-series TWS earbuds called Truke BTG Beta in India. These Made-in-India entry-level gaming earbuds come with 13mm drivers, 40ms Ultra low-latency gaming mode, AAC codec support, Dual MEMS microphones, Up to 38 hours of battery life, and 1-step quick pairing. I have been using these earbuds for the past week, and here is my review.

Truke BTG Beta Box

Truke BTG Beta Full Specification

Earbuds typeIn-Ear
LatencyUp to 40ms
Bluetooth range10 meters
Supported codecsSBC, AAC
Noise cancellationPassive
IP ratingIPX4
Earbuds battery40mAh x 2
Case battery300mAh
Earbuds charging time90 Minutes
Case charging time120 Minutes
Charging inputDC 5V-1A
Music playtimeUp to 38 hours with a case
MicrophonesDual MEMS microphones
Net weight43 grams
Case dimensions‎53.3 x 48.2 x 29.1 mm
Earbuds dimensions 19.9 x 18 x 31 mm
Model numberB131
In the boxPair of earbuds
Charging case
USB-C cable
Eartips (2 Pairs)
Welcome card
User manual

Truke BTG Beta Design & Build

The Truke BTG Beta comes with a simple charging case. The entire case is made from good-quality plastic and is covered by a black matte finish with the Truke branding on the front. Overall, the case is neat and looks nice. The charging case has a flat bottom so that it can stand on a flat surface. The case is lightweight and portable, making it easy to carry around.

Truke BTG Beta Charging Case

The hinge quality of the charging case isn’t the best, but it should be enough for casual use. Keep in mind that it could break if you put too much pressure on it. However, the case is still compact and easily fits in your palm. Plus, the matte texture helps to camouflage any scratches. There is also a sticker on the rear side with regulatory markings; you can remove it if you want.

Truke BTG Beta

Once you open the lid, you’ll get access to earbuds securely positioned inside their respective slots. Both earbuds include built-in magnets and adjust automatically once you place them inside their respective slots. Magnets are not strong but good enough to hold the buds in their respective positions. When you’re looking at the charging case, you’ll notice that there are Left and Right markings on it. These are clearly visible and indicate which side of the case corresponds to which earbud. It doesn’t make much difference as you cannot place the left earbud in the right slot and vice versa.

Truke BTG Beta Earbuds

Even though the lid magnets are slightly weaker, you can still easily open the case’s lid with one hand. This makes it great for those who want to be able to access their earbuds quickly and without having to fumble around with a two-handed grip. The magnets on the earbuds are strong enough to keep the buds in place, even if you make the case upside down with the lid open. The quality of the case is acceptable, but there’s a noticeable rattling noise when you shake the charging case with buds inside.

Truke BTG Beta Magnet Strength

Below the truke branding, you’ll find an LED indicator that tells you the status of the earbuds and charging case. When the case is connected to the power adapter, the white light flashes continuously till the charging completes. When the case is fully charged, the light glows continuously until disconnected from the USB cable. Green LED indicates the earbuds are fully charged.

Truke BTG Beta USB Port

On the bottom, you’ll find a USB-C port to charge the charging case. Truke has provided a USB-C cable inside the box, and you’ll need to use your existing 5V/1A power adapter to charge the case. Alternatively, you can also charge it using a power bank. Do not charge the case using fast charging, as it may affect the battery performance.

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The earbuds come with a dual-tone design. The top part has a Truke logo and is coated with a Matte finish, while the inner portion has a glossy finish. An LED indicator is placed on the top of the outer portion, and a single microphone is at the outer bottom. The earbuds are very light in weight and comfortable to wear.

Truke BTG Beta Buds

Truke earbuds come with three different sizes of ear tips. Two pairs are inside the box, and 1 pair is attached to the earbuds. Make sure you try all three eartips to find the most comfortable fit for your ears. The right fit is important for both comfort and sound quality. The earbuds are very light in weight and comfortable to wear, making them perfect for long periods of use. The quality of the eartips is also good, and they provide a snug, comfortable fit.

These earbuds are backed by 13mm Titanium drivers for an improved audio experience. In addition, the earbuds are IPX4-certified to provide protection from dust and water. This makes them ideal for use during activities such as running or working out. Both earbuds include responsive touch sensors that let you change the songs, receive or reject voice calls, and wake up the voice assistant.

Truke BTG Beta Earphones

The touch sensors are placed behind the LED indicators and are very responsive. I have not experienced any issues with them. They work well and provide good feedback. Once you keep the earbuds inside the case, the LED indicators on the earbuds turn Red, indicating they are charging. Once they are fully charged, the LED indicator flashes green.

Truke BTG Beta Touch Controls

  • Turn on earbuds: Open the lid off the charging case.
  • Turn off earbuds: Close the lid off the charging case.
  • Answer a phone call: Touch the sensor on either earbud once.
  • Reject a phone call: Touch and hold any sensor for 2 seconds.
  • Music Play/Pause: Touch the sensor on any earbud once.
  • Next song: Touch and hold the sensor on the right earbud for 2 seconds.
  • Previous song: Touch and hold the sensor on the left earbud for 2 seconds.
  • Voice assistant: Double tap on either sensor.
  • Gaming mode: Tap on either sensor three times.

Unfortunately, these earbuds don’t support volume control. This means you cannot increase or decrease the volume using the touch sensors on the earbuds. You’ll have to control the volume using a connected device such as a smartphone, tablet, etc.

Note: Earbuds Turn Off automatically once you put them inside the case and turn On when you open the lid of the case. If you want to turn off the earbuds manually, press and hold the touch sensor on either earbud for five seconds. Powering off one earbud will power off both. This will help you when the charging case is not nearby, and you want to save some battery.

Truke BTG Beta Case

Truke BTG Beta Connectivity

The Truke BTG Beta earbuds support the latest Bluetooth 5.3 and have a wireless range of 10 meters. The best part of these earbuds is 1-step quick paring, also called ‘Open-to-pair.’ These will automatically connect to the previously paired device if you open the case lid. Once you open the case lid, the earbuds will connect to the nearby previously paired device even before you take the buds from the case.

In short, to pair these earbuds with your phone, tablet, or laptop, there is no need to take the earbuds from the case. These earbuds stay connected to your phone as long as the lid of the charging case is open and your phone’s Bluetooth is ON. To connect the earbuds to your phone.

  • Turn on the Bluetooth on your phone.
  • Select Truke BTG Beta in the list of available devices.
  • Allow access to contacts and call logs (Optional).
  • Select Pair. That’s it.

Once connected, you can customize the earbuds’ functions from the Bluetooth Settings. These earbuds also support AAC codec. In the Bluetooth settings, you’ll get an option called ‘Use High-quality Audio.’ By default, this option is disabled, which means the earbuds are set to SBC codec. Once you enable this option, the AAC codec activates.

These earbuds don’t support dual-pairing, so you cannot use these with two devices simultaneously. I have tested these earbuds with OnePlus Nord 2T, MacBook Air M2, and Apple iPad Pro 5th Gen. and did not experience any connectivity issues. The connectivity is instant, and it hardly takes 5 seconds to connect to the previously paired device.

Truke BTG Beta Features

Dual MEMS microphones

The earbuds are backed by Dual MEMS microphones (1 microphone on each bud) and powered by Deep Neural Network Call Noise Cancellation technology that accurately picks up the sound waves using AI. I never experienced voice lag during my usage, and the person on the other end did not complain about the sound quality. Even though these earbuds support passive noise cancellation, the microphones can still pick up some outside noise if you travel quickly, walk fast, or ride a bike. Overall, the voice quality is good and should be more than enough for even long-duration voice calls.

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Mono mode

With the Truke BTG Beta, you can use only one earbud. The bud can be removed from the case at any time and used in mono mode. When you take another bud out of the case, it will switch to stereo mode and pair automatically with another bud.

Voice assistant

These earbuds are compatible with Google Assistant and Apple’s Siri voice assistant. When you double-tap the sensor on either earbud, you’ll hear a sound indicating that your phone’s voice assistant is active. I have tested these earbuds with OnePlus Nord 2T, and they worked as expected. The voice assistant works even if the screen is off.

One-step instant pairing

The one-step pairing lets you connect these earbuds to your phone in less than five seconds. These earbuds will instantly connect to a previously paired device when you open the charging case’s lid. They don’t need to be taken out of the case to pair. This will make the pairing process effortless.

Ultra-low latency gaming mode

The key highlight of these earbuds is the 40ms low-latency gaming mode. You can activate the gaming mode by tapping on either sensor three times. I have tested the low-latency mode with COD Mobile, and I am pretty happy with the audio quality and the voice sync. No stuttering, voice sync issues, or audio delay is observed during the gameplay. You will feel the difference immediately when you switch to gaming from normal mode while playing games. Overall, the low-latency gaming mode works well and should be more than enough if you’re a casual gamer.

Truke BTG Beta Battery Case

Truke BTG Beta Battery

The earbuds on Truke BTG Beta are backed by a 40mAh battery, whereas the charging case has a 300mAh battery. According to truke, the fully charged earbuds can offer up to 10 hours of playtime, and it can be further extended up to 38 hours using the fully charged charging case. These earbuds need to go from o to 100% in 90 minutes, while the empty charging case needs about 120 minutes to juice up.

Just like the Truke BTG X1, the battery life on the BTG is also very good. You’ll easily get about 6 to 7 hours of battery life with about 70% of the volume. You can extend the battery life by 30 to 60 minutes by keeping the volume slightly low and turning off the buds when not in use for a longer period of time.

Truke BTG Beta Performance

These earbuds fall into the entry-level category, and the overall performance is decent. The audio output is well-balanced, neither too loud nor too quiet. The bass is not too heavy but decent. The vocals are clear, and even the instrument separation is acceptable. If you are a basshead, you’ll not like these earbuds as the treble dominate in most cases. I did not observe any distortion at higher volume levels, but the audio starts leaking once the volume level crosses 80%.

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These are gaming earbuds and are well-suited for most casual gamers. Along with a 40ms ultra low-letency gaming mode and excellent battery life, these buds also feature 1-step quick pairing and offer good voice call quality with passive noise cancellation. The overall music quality is average, but the features offered by these earbuds will make these earbuds a viable option in the ₹1,000 price segment. These can be a good pair of earphones to pick up if you are looking for budget gaming earbuds for around ₹1,000. If you can stretch your budget by ₹200, check out Truke BTG X1.

Truke BTG Beta LED Indicator

What I like

  • Made in India
  • 1-step quick pairing
  • Good battery life
  • 40ms gaming mode
  • AAC codec support
  • Responsive touch sensors
  • Good voice call clarity

What I din’t like

  • Rattling noise
  • No dual pairing
  • No volume control support

Truke BTG Beta Price & Availability

Truke BTG Beta comes in two colors – White & Black and will be available via, and Flipkart at ₹1,299. As a limited-time launch offer, the Truke BTG Beta will be available at a special price of ₹999. Follow GizArena on Facebook and Twitter for the latest tech updates. If you have any queries, do let me know in the comments section.

Truke BTG Beta Warranty Details

The Truke BTG Beta comes with 1-year limited warranty. Mandatory registration is required on Truke’s official website within ten days from the date of purchase to avail of the warranty. Visit here to register your BTG Beta Earbuds. If you experience any issues, drop a WhatsApp message at +91 9354170767.

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A few days after launching BTG X1 (review), Truke launched yet another BTG-series TWS earbuds called Truke BTG Beta in India. These Made-in-India entry-level gaming earbuds come with 13mm drivers, 40ms Ultra low-latency gaming mode, AAC codec support, Dual MEMS microphones, Up to 38...Truke BTG Beta TWS Gaming Earbuds Review: Best In-ear Gaming Earbuds with One-step Pairing Under ₹1,000