There has been a surge in demand for True Wireless Stereo (TWS) earbuds since Apple released the first generation AirPods in 2016. Despite the fact that Apple‘s new AirPods are quite pricey, many iPhone buyers prefer TWS earbuds from another brand. Due to Apple’s recent introduction of Dolby Atmos Spatial Audio for its music streaming service Apple Music, iPhone users may be interested in purchasing inexpensive earbuds to try out the new feature. As a result, we’ve compiled a list of TWS earbuds that are both affordable and compatible with your new iPhone.

At Rs 9,990, Oppo Enco X comes with active noise cancellation

The Oppo Enco X premium earbuds resemble Apple AirPods Pro in appearance. These TWS earbuds, which were developed in collaboration with Dynaudio, feature active noise cancellation and can be used for up to 25 hours on a single charge, according to the company. Despite the lack of a dedicated app from Oppo, the TWS earbuds can be easily paired with any iPhone and charged via wireless charging.

At Rs 3,305, Philips Upbeat TAT4205 with passive noise isolation

Philips Upbeat TAT4205 are budget-friendly TWS earbuds with wing tips for a secure fit and passive noise isolation for better sound at lower volumes. These earbuds are water resistant to IPX5 standards and can be charged in under two hours. The TWS earbuds claim to offer 5 hours of music playback that can be extended upto 20 hours using a charging case.

At Rs 7,990, Sony WF-XB700 has a Good Bass Output

Sony WF-XB700 comes with a low latency Bluetooth chip that transmits sound to the left and right ears simultaneously which offers a smooth, lag-free experience. The WF-XB700 earbuds feature a 12mm driver that, according to the company, delivers punchy bass. TWS earbuds, according to Sony, provide up to 18 hours of listening time and 60 minutes of music playback after 10 minutes of charging.

At Rs 7,990, Samsung Galaxy Buds+ with 2-way speakers, woofer, and tweeter on each bud

The Samsung Galaxy Buds+ were created in collaboration with AKG and feature two-way speakers, a woofer, and a tweeter on each bud. Samsung claims that the earbuds have a three-mic system that can be used to take calls. The company claims that these TWS earbuds can last up to 18 hours on a single charge and provide 60 minutes of music playback after just 3 minutes of charging.

At Rs 2,499, boAT Airdopes 441 with 6mm drivers

The boAT Airdopes 441 are IPX7-rated TWS earbuds from boAt with 6mm drivers, according to the company, providing an immersive experience. The earbuds provide 5 hours of music playback after 1.5 hours of charging time, which can be extended to 25 hours with the use of a charging case. The earbuds also have crisp stereo calling features, according to the company.


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