As you’d acknowledge, wireless earphones are slowly getting older and less fascinating, thanks to the booming fashion of truly wireless earbuds. They are not only way more convenient than typical wired or wireless earphones, but also are quite easy to live with- you need not worry about them falling from your neck or tangling in your pocket.

So, are you planning to get one for yourself? Well, here’s a list for the top 5 wireless earbuds in India for Android that you can buy right now. Read on.

Best Wireless Earbuds in India for Android

Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless

Top 5 Wireless Earbuds in India for Android Users

The Sennheiser Momentum is by far one of the best truly wireless earbuds available in the market. They bear support for aptX, aptX Low Latency, and AAC codecs in addition to SBC, aiding for a phenomenal audio quality with almost negligible latency.

The frequencies have great separation, including crisp highs, clear mids, and punchy bass. All-inclusive, they have an excellent sound stage, bundled with touch controls to control your music, calls, and toggle voice assistant through either of the buds.

Moving further, the earbuds offer 4 hours of continuous listening, with the charging case aiding for almost two extra recharges. They get transparent hearing meaning no noise cancellation and are IPX4 rated for general splash resistance. Overall, they’re one great pair but come at a hefty cost of Rs. 24,990.

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1More True Wireless Earbuds

1More True Wireless- Top 5 Wireless Earbuds in India for Android

From the house of San Diego based company 1More, these are one of the best possible alternatives to the Apple AirPods in a budget. Priced at Rs. 5,999, they are one of the most affordable truly wireless earbuds in India to have support for both aptX and AAC hi-res Bluetooth codecs.

They offer a natural sound stage with attacking bass, backed by 7mm dynamic drivers, and are said to deliver over six hours of audio playback on a single full charge. Plus, you get support for fast charging, and three extra charges through the charging case. Combining both, they boast a total battery life of around 22 hours per charge cycle, which is simply impressive to have on the go.

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Samsung Galaxy Buds

Galaxy Buds are a sleek pair of truly wireless earbuds that look very premium and attractive. The fit is highly ergonomic and comfortable, followed by rubber wingtips for a secure fit while running and gymming.

As for the audio quality, it gets crisp and clear sound, tuned by AKG. The housing bears capacitive touch controls that can be customized and used to play or pause your music, skip tracks, answer and end calls, and launch Samsung’s voice assistant Bixby on compatible devices.

The given charging case flaunts an additional seven-hour top-up to the readily good six-hour endurance of the buds. It gets a USB Type-C port and can also be charged wirelessly through a compatible wireless charger or any phone that supports reverse wireless charging such as Samsung Galaxy S10, Note 10, Huawei P30 Pro, and more.

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Jabra Elite Active 65t

Jabra Elite Active 65t

Allied to the third generation of truly wireless earbuds by the company, the  Jabra Elite Active 65t now comes with one-touch access to Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.

As the name suggests, these are mainly aimed at active users with certain nifty features. This includes IP56 dust and water-resistance and a two-year limited warranty against the same. There’s also a built-in accelerometer sensor that allows for fitness and performance monitoring via the Jabra Sound+App.

Interestingly, the earbuds have four microphones for ambient noise reduction and wind noise protection, allowing you to have decent call quality even in crowded places. Battery life estimates to about 5 hours on a single charge with the case providing an additional 10 hours of endurance.

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Noise Shots X5

Noise Shots X5- Top 5 Wireless Earbuds in India for Android Users

Noise Shots X5 are more of an affordable pair of truly wireless earbuds that offer good audio quality without burning a hole in your wallet. The sound signature is rich and slightly inclined towards the bass, with balanced mids and highs- likely to be appreciated by EDM and Bollywood music lovers.

They’re quite comfortable in the ears and are IPX5 rated against sweat and minor splashes. As for the battery life, the earbuds are touted to last up to 5 hours on one go and can be charged to a whopping ten times using the provided charging case. Moreover, the case’s built-in 2,200mAh battery can also help in topping up your phone, thanks to the reverse charging feature.

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Tip- Haylou GT1

Haylou GT1

Cheapest of all, the Haylou GT1 is undoubtedly one of the best budget wireless earbuds that you can grab for as low as Rs. 1,100 during offers. Now, the reason we added it as an honorable mention is due to the fact that it’s not directly being sold in India. Instead, you need to buy one from Chinese sites like AliExpress and Banggood, which will take its own time for arrival.

Anyways, for those who can wait, the GT1 offers a comfortable fit, intuitive touch-based controls, and a really balanced sound quality- nothing extra-ordinary but something you’d love to have at this price. Besides, they run on Bluetooth 5.0 with AAC codec and offer about 3 hours of continuous listening on a full top-up. In all, they’re the ones to go if you don’t want to spend much but desire a good overall experience.

Wrapping Up

So this was our list for the top 5 wireless earbuds in India, particularly for Android users. By the way, what’s your pick from the ones mentioned above? Do you have something else to suggest? Let us know the comments below. Moreover, feel free to reach us in case of any doubts or queries.

Also, read Best Air Purifiers You Can Buy Under Rs 10,000.

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Being a tech aficionado, Ritik is highly fanatic about smartphones and computers since childhood. He has good experience in reviewing gadgets and loves shooting random videos. Above all, he believes in continuous learning and is ardent about writing on tech.

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