Last Updated: February 20, 2021, 17:56 IST
OnePlus BudsProbably the first sub-Rs 5,000 truly wireless earphones that come to mind, the OnePlus buds are priced at Rs 4,990. The OnePlus Buds have a 35mAh battery in each earbud which lasts around 7 hours on a single charge, with an added 30 hours from the charging case that has a 430mAh battery. Further, the OnePlus Buds can charge for up to 10 hours worth of listening time in just 10 minutes. The OnePlus Buds have 13.4mm drivers in each earbud.
The latest set of truly wireless earphones from Realme are designed by designer Jose Levy. Said to be an upgraded version of the standard Realme Buds Air Pro, the Realme Buds Air Pro Master Edition comes with features like Active Noise Cancellation, a 10mm Bass Boost driver, 94ms Super Low Latency mode and claims up to 25 hours of total battery backup including the charging case. The Realme Buds Air Pro Master Edition is priced at Rs 4,999, with the sales beginning on January 8 next year.
The Nokia Power Earbuds Lite TWS earbuds come with the price tag of Rs 3,599. Customers can choose the device in Charcoal, Fjord, and Snow colour options via Amazon and the Nokia India website. The Nokia Power Earbuds Lite feature 6mm audio drivers and ship with 100 percent recyclable paper packaging. The earbuds also have an IPX7 rating for dust and water-resistant and support touch control. For connectivity, the device uses Bluetooth v5.0 and works with Android and iOS devices. HMD Global has bundled the earbuds with a charging case that packs a 600mAh battery and has a USB Type-C port for charging. The case is claimed to deliver up to 30 hours of usage on a single charge.
Priced at Rs 4,449, the Skullcandy Sesh Evo are also a good product. The earbuds come with a total of 24 hours of battery life including the charging case. There is IP55 rating for dust and water protection and the Skullcandy Sesh Evo also give users the ability to find their earbuds using Tile.
The Jays m-Five True Wireless Earbuds at Rs 4,999 deliver a powerful and premium audio experience that you’d expect from wireless earbuds that cost twice or three times more—for instance, Jabra Elite 65t, the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ and the Jabra Elite Active 75t. It comes with 6mm audio drivers, which is similar to the Jabra Elite 75t, that costs more than twice the pricetag of the Jays m-Five earphones.