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5 best True Wireless Earbuds under Rs 2,000 in India (September 2022)

Top 5 best TWS earbuds under Rs 2,000

TWS earbuds are becoming more popular as mobile brands are removing the 3.5mm audio jack from the smartphone. Earlier, earphones use to launch by an Audio company but these days, that’s not the case, almost every single mobile brand has its TWS earbuds.

So let’s see some of the best TWS earbuds which you can buy for under Rs 2000 in India.

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Oppo Enco W11

OPPO Enco W11 TWS
Pros Cons
Long-Lasting Battery LifeNot the best for Workouts
Troubles or Instruments sounds greatPoor Build
Built-in PowerbankNot 100% Waterproof
IP55 Dust & Water ResistantDecent Battery Life
20 Hours PlaybackNot Bass-heavy
Lightweight

If your budget is Rs 2000 and if you want balanced sound quality then you can consider the OPPO Enco W11, it’s not bass-heavy but it does sound clear compared to any other TWS earbuds under Rs 2000 in India.

OPPO Enco W11 charging case has a 400mAh battery while single buds have a 40mAh battery which will give about 20hr of battery backup with a full charge. It also has an IP55 rating which means it can handle sweat and a little bit of water.

For those who are wondering, this can be used while exercising because it’s water-resistant, so a little bit of water won’t harm the buds.

The buds are lightweight which means there won’t be any kind of problem if you use OPPO Enco W11 for hours. The single buds will give about 5hr of battery backup which is the best thing about this TWS.

boAt Airdopes 441

boAt Airdopes 441 TWS
Pros Cons
Available at a Good PriceTrouble or Instrument is not clear
Long-Lasting Battery LifeNot the best for Workouts
Bass-heavy
Good Build Quality
Built-in Powerbank
IPX7 Fully Waterproof
30 Hours Playback

For those who love to listen to Punjabi bass-heavy music, I present to you Boat Airdopes 441 True Wireless Earbuds. You will love the bass on this earbud, as of now, this earbud has the best bass under Rs 2000.

By the way, if you’re no fan of heavy bass then you should avoid the Boat Airdopes 441 because when it comes to trouble or instrument, the Boat Airdopes 441 doesn’t sound good.

It also has IPX7 rated for resistance against water and sweat to provide a carefree listening experience.

The single bud will last for about 3.5-hours while the charging case will let your charge the buds about 4 to 5 times, depending on how you use it.

The build quality is also superb, boAt has done a great job and for the price of Rs 1999, can’t really complain about the build and even battery life.

realme Buds Q2

RealMe Buds Q2 Review
Pros Cons
Bluetooth 5.2 SupportANC is not ever helpful
ANC & ENC SupportNot the best for Workouts
IPX5 ratingsDecent Audio
Clean Sound QualityPoor Build Quality
Fast Charging Support
Bass-heavy
28 hours of Battery Life
low latency mode

The realme Buds Q2 is great but you have to pay a little bit extra for better sound quality. It’s available at Rs 1999 but the price doesn’t remain the same, it moves every day between Rs 1999 to Rs 2499, so if you can get this earbud at Rs 1999 then go for it, don’t even think twice.

It has ANC & ENC which work fine, and can’t complain much at this price tag while the buds have fast charging support and it provide 28 hours of battery life. RealMe has also added Bluetooth 5.2, a Type-C port.

Overall, as I have said, if you want balanced audio quality and if you get these buds for around Rs 1999.

Boult Audio AirBass PowerBuds TWS Earbuds

Boult Audio AirBass PowerBuds TWS Earbuds image1
Pros Cons
120 Hours Total PlaytimeTrouble or Instrument is not clear
Long-Lasting Battery LifeNot the best for Workouts
Bass-heavy
Decent Build Quality
Built-in Powerbank
IPX7 Fully Waterproof
Available at a Good Price

If you want heavy bass and you don’t care about trouble or instrument then close your eyes and order Boult Audio AirBass PowerBuds TWS Earbuds because it’s available at Rs 1799 and they offer the best bass but it doesn’t offer crystal clear sound quality.

The buds will last for about 120 hours with a full charge, the buds had a built-in power bank, which means, you can charge your smartphone with these TWS earbuds.

The single bud will last for about 3-4 hours while the charging case will last for 120 hours while it has a 2,200mAh battery.

Overall, if you want bass-heavy TWS earbuds and a long-lasting battery then do consider the Boult Audio AirBass PowerBuds otherwise, you should consider the boat Airdopes 441.

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