Some people like true wireless earphones but some people prefer neckband earphones and the reason behind this is, that neckband earphones usually stay on your neck 24/7 and they won’t fall very easily.
So if you’re one of those people who buys neckband earphones over TWS earbuds then this article will help you a lot.
Realme Buds Wireless 2 Neo
This is the latest offering from RealMe and its downgraded version of Realme Buds Wireless 2. The neckband earphone comes with 11.2mm audio drivers and has fast charging support.
10 minutes of charging will give about 120 minutes of battery backup while with a full charge, it will last for 17 hours. It also comes with Environment Noise Cancellation which is rare in this price range.
Overall, if you don’t want to spend Rs 1,799 on OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z Bass Edition and still want bass-heavy wireless earphones then yes, RealMe Buds Wireless 2 Neo is a good option to look at.
Now, if you wanted balanced-sounding neckband earphones then this is not a good option because this is a bass-heavy earphone.
OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z Bass Edition
OnePlus launched OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z and after some time they come up with Bass Edition. So if you like to listen to bass-heavy music then it’s better to go with the OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z Bass Edition.
I have used both of them and I feel the Bass Edition is a better option and good thing is, that the price for both versions is the same.
For those who are wondering, the OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z Bass Edition comes with Bluetooth 5.0 and it also has fast charging support.
The neckband earphone will give about 17hr battery life with a full charge which is good enough for anyone. Also, its IP55 Sweat and water-resistant.
Overall, if your budget is Rs 2,000 and if you want the best neckband earphones then OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z Bass Edition should be your first choice.
OPPO ENCO M31
This too is also priced at Rs 1,999. OPPO ENCO M31 can be used for 12 hours with Full charge and yes it has a Type-C port for charging. The only thing I don’t like is the earphone as 9.2mm drivers which can give you good sound quality but not the best.
Still, if you’re looking for a new design and OPPO branded wireless earphones then this could be the one for you.
Mi Neckband Pro
Xiaomi has claimed that Mi Neckband Pro has the best bass but when it comes to reality, it doesn’t deliver. So if you want that powerful bass then stay away from the Mi Neckband Pro and consider the OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z Bass Edition.
The neckband comes with a 10mm dynamic audio driver while it also comes with IPX5 Splash & Sweatproof which means, a little bit of water won’t harm.
Xiaomi has claimed that the neckband pro will last for 20 hours after 100% but that’s not the case, expect the battery life to be around 15 to 20 hours, depending on how you use it.
Overall, if you want balanced sound quality then do consider the Mi Neckband Pro otherwise, stay away…
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