As I have said earlier, there is no need to spend more than Rs 5000 on truly wireless earbuds until and unless you want one or two extra features.
Still, if you want proper noise cancellation then you will have to go above Rs 10000 but here I have selected some of the best truly wireless earbuds that will give you great sound quality, and the best noise cancellation and they’re also available under Rs 10000.
So let’s dive into the list…
If you want the best TWS earbuds then as of now, you won’t get a better option than the Sony WF-1000XM3. It has almost everything from noise cancellation, great bass, good sound quality, solid build quality, and good battery life, and it’s also available at a good price too.
By the way, the earbud has active noise cancellation which works the best, I can even say that Sony WF-1000XM3 has the best active noise cancellation under Rs 10000, it’s close to what Apple provides with AirPods Pro.
The call quality is also great, you won’t face any kind of problem while talking to someone on calls.
It will give you 24 hours of battery life, with 6 hours on the buds and a respectable 18 hours via the charging case.
Now, if you have small ears and you wanted lightweight TWS earbuds then you won’t get a better option than the Samsung Galaxy Buds 2.
By the way, if you’re using an iPhone then you should stay away from the Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 because Samsung doesn’t provide app support for iPhones which means, you won’t be able to update the Samsung Galaxy Buds 2.
Again, as these are Bluetooth earbuds, you can connect with iPhones but you won’t be able to update them.
It also has Active Noise Cancellation which works great but again, it’s not as good as Sony WF-1000XM3.
The sound quality is also great, it will give you a balanced sound. The bass is there but it’s not too heavy or too low.
Samsung has added three microphones on each earbud which means, there won’t be any kind of problem with calling.
The battery life is not that great because of the small size, it will give you 5 hours with the buds and 16hr with the charging case but if you keep the volume above 50% then the battery life will reduce accordingly.
For some reason, Google didn’t add Active Noise Cancellation which is a huge letdown because these are priced at Rs 8990, so yes, the Google Pixel Buds A-Series is a bit pricey, and don’t recommend you to pay 9k, if you can get these buds at 6k to 7k then go for otherwise, skip it.
The buds come with a 12mm dynamic driver which provides balanced sound quality, the bass is not too heavy but the sound is very clear.
The Google Pixel Buds A-Series are comfortable too and they’re also lightweight, also, that tip on top helps a lot while running.
As this is a Google Product, it has full support for Google Assistant which we already know how to use.
The buds will last for 4 hours with full charge while the charging case will give you 20 hours of battery life. By the way, there is no fast charging support, so you have to wait a bit longer if you use all the power on the buds.
Let me just say this, if your budget is Rs 5000 then you won’t get a better option than the JBL Tune 130NC, it has almost everything that budget TWS earbuds should have from ANC, better battery life, solid built quality, well-made application, and 4-microphone which will give better call quality.
By the way, if you’re that person who takes lots of calls on TWS earbuds then you will love the JBL Tune 130NC because it has a 4-microphone that works the best. In short, it’s a good option for calling.
JBL earbuds are known for heavy bass and the same can be said for the JBL Tune 130NC too, by the way, the bass is there but it’s not so heavy that it will cut down the sound quality.
It also has ANC too but don’t compare it with premium TWS, it’s there, and you can use it.
In short, if you feel that I don’t want to spend all of Rs 10000 then you can just go with the NEW JBL Tune 130NC and you won’t be disappointed with the sound or even with the battery life.
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If you want the best design and battery life and balanced sound quality then yes, the Nothing Ear (1) is the best choice, it does have ANC but it doesn’t work the best.
In short, it sounds good, the bass is there, and it’s also available at a good price too.
Again, if you keep the volume about 50% then the battery life will also reduce. By the way, the earbuds have fast charging support and the 10 minutes of charging will give you a 1-hour battery life on the buds and 7 hours on the charging case.
The earbuds are also comfortable and lightweight too, so your ears won’t hurt even after listening to music for hours.
If you want the best-sounding truly wireless earbuds then you won’t get a better option than Sony WF-1000XM3 under Rs 10000 but if your ears are kind of small then you can also choose the Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 or Nothing Ear (1) depending on your requirements.