TLDR: Looking for best in Ear Earbuds or Headphones for Android? This little guide will tell you about the top 7 Earbud reviews.
Whether you are a professional musician, a music enthusiast, or just a regular everyday listener who uses music to help you focus when you’re working or working out… the one thing you must have is a good pair of earbuds or in-ear headphones.
Although some people prefer on-ear, over-ear, or semi-in-ear headphones, the in-ear ones provide a more secure and noiseless sound. There is also the fact that in-ear headphones won’t fall off when you’re running at a speed or working out and you need to remain hands-free.
So, these are the ideal kind of headphones for those who lead an active life. In this article, I bring you some of the best earbuds for Android Phones I have come across over the ears. Oops! I mean, years
Reviewing Android in-Ear Headphones in Detail
When it comes to earbuds for Android Smartphones, you’ll find products in thousands. Yet, very few of them actually hold up their end and give us the output matching their promises. Even that number reaches three figures for many people.
Don’t worry! I’m not telling you to buy from a pool of 100 earphones. Instead, I’ve narrowed it down to 7. Yes, these are short earbud/in-ear headphone reviews of the products I used and got a phenomenal performance in their lifespan. Let’s discuss the machines.
SAMSUNG Galaxy Buds Live
I remember one of my first wired earphones that still remains to be one of the bests I have had till today. It came with the package of my first Android phone made by Samsung. Needless to say, the earphones were made by Samsung guys too.
Fast forward to the era of wireless earbuds, and Samsung has done it again. Introducing the new Galaxy Buds Live!
When I first came across them, the first thing that came to my mind was that they were the perfect blend between their predecessors the Galaxy Buds and the AirPods made by Apple. It was like getting the best of both worlds. Which is why they made it to my list of the best wireless earbuds for Android in the first place.
But after using them for a decent amount of time, I got to know them truly, and discovered all the positive and negative sides of these. Here they are.
First thing’s first. The casing. The Galaxy Buds Live come in a square-ish charging made of solid plastic. But don’t let that turn you off, the case is really sleek and has a sheen semi-matte metallic finish to it that makes it one of its kind.
The case comes in a wide selection of colors and shades such as Mystic Bronze, Mystic Black, Mystic White, and Mystic Red. The case is tiny and extremely portable, just like a ring box. It will fit in your pocket and take up almost zero space and also weigh almost zero, so you won’t even notice that it’s there.
The jewelry-box design of the case with a lip on the side makes it easy to open using just one hand, and the satisfying snap when you close it gives you the feeling of handling a ring box.
The case is capable of providing a backup of an hour of playtime with just 5 minutes of charging. It takes about half an hour to get e full charge, and gives you 7.5 hours of playtime on each earbud upon a single charge, with the case providing a battery backup of up to 28 hours. That’s literally more than a day!
Now, coming to the earbuds. The buds are designed to be ergonomic, and therefore shaped like kidney beans. I personally found the design to be very aesthetically pleasing compared to the Q design that most in-ear buds come with.
They fit into your ears nice and snug, without causing you any discomfort. They’re almost weightless, so they won’t tend to fall off even if you’re walking or running with them on.
Although the upper part of the exterior of each earbud has a glossy metallic finish, the underbelly is given a matte finish possibly to make them more noise cancelling and to give them a better fit. The matte finish sort of works as a pad to provide friction against your skin to hold the earbud in place inside your ear. It also helps to connect the earbuds to the charging case. That’s some smart thinking, they did.
In terms of setup, the Galaxy Buds Live are an absolute breeze. Not only does it guide you by providing prompts on your phone to set it up, but it also shows a little animation on your phone’s screen which helps you to pair the Galaxy Buds Live to your smartphone. Setting it up takes about a minute or so, regardless of what smartphone you use.
It gets slightly easier if you have a Samsung phone, but it’s not a must. In fact, setting these up with a laptop is as easy as setting it up with a smartphone. So, it’s not really important what brand or platform your device belongs to. In terms of connectivity and setup, these earbuds are absolutely top notch.
When you’re talking about connectivity, the next big question that pops into our minds is: latency. How much do these earbuds lag? Do they lag at all? Well, here’s a little bad news for those who were getting all overly excited to get yourself a pair of these after reading this review so far. The Galaxy Buds Live have somehow gotten worse than their predecessor Galaxy Buds in terms of latency.
They’re okay, in fact, more than okay. If you’re using them just for music. But if you’re watching a movie or even a music video, then you’ll notice a little delay between the things you’re seeing and the things you’re hearing. This might not seem like such a big inconvenience, but it does get annoying after some time, and it also causes interruptions in activities such as gaming, where timing is crucial.
Do they provide Active Noise Cancellation? Well, the Galaxy Buds Pro is Samsung’s first TWS wireless with ANC. Although, the ‘active’ part of the Active Noise Cancellation that these provide is minimal. It is there. Although the minimal ANC might be intentional, as Samsung claims that these are designed to block out ambient noise, but at the same time, allow voices and announcements to come in. Let’s give these a benefit of doubt here.
Now, let’s come to the most important aspect of these earbuds: the sound quality. The sound quality provided by the Galaxy Buds Live is excellent. I was blown away by the bass it produced despite having such tiny audio drivers.
The main problem with earbuds that have huge audio drivers is that they tend to get heavy and keep falling off if you’re running or even walking with them on. But the Galaxy Buds Live does not seem to have that problem since their audio drivers are so small.
But still, they produce a crisp and clear sound with a booming bass. They have a low IPX rating, so I’m assuming they’re not the best companions for a sweaty workout session or a stroll in the rain. But other than that, these are great for everyday use, especially if you’re on a budget.
Beats Studio Buds
Beats by Dr Dre is a brand everyone trusts regarding audio devices. With their quality products and service over the years, the company has literally become synonymous with good sound. To prove how true the company is to their own words, the Beats Studio Buds have made it to my list of the best wireless earbuds for Android out there.
Another reason behind Beats’ excellence is that the brand was purchased by Apple back in 2014. As a result, they have been bearing the mark of Apple’s craftsmanship ever since. The result can be seen in their headphones and earbuds, including the one in our discussion today.
Starting with the charging case again. The Beats Studio Buds come in a sturdy and compact oval plastic charging case with a matte finish. The casing and the buds come in a variety of two colors; cherry red and carbon black.
Both look and feel super stylish and premium. The case is pretty easy to carry around in your pocket. It does not take up much space and is almost weightless. Charging the case is also easy by using a USB-C type cable. But the case does not support wireless charging.
Moving on to the earbuds themselves. They have a snug fit, and the manufacturers seem to be really proud of their work. As a matter of fact, it says on the box that “Great sound starts with a proper fit.”, and they really mean it.
The buds fit seamlessly into your ear cavity. You won’t even notice it. Each earbud weighs only 5g, so you can just put them on and forget about them.
Apart from the fit, the buds are also extremely user-friendly. Each wireless earbud is equipped with a clickable button.
The button on either earbud is assigned to perform multiple tasks such as playing/pausing music, skipping a track, and volume controls depending on the number of clicks and the duration that the button is held down. Personally, I find this button thing way more reliable than the touch controls available in most TWS earbuds.
Although there is no automatic ear detection, the media will still keep playing even if you remove the earbuds from your ears while the media is playing. But on the bright side, there’s a toggle mode in the Beats app which you can use to switch between ANC and transparency mode.
The app also allows you to equalize the sound signature of the earbuds according to your taste. The Beats app is available on both iOS and Android platforms.
Coming down to the real deal, the sound quality offered by the Beats Studio Buds bears the mark of excellence that all Beats gear do. The only difference is that they’re not so bass-centric as the previous Beats products.
Instead, they have a more computer-friendly sound frequency curve that goes well with pretty much every genre of music. Of course, you can tweak the sound and raise the bass up using the Beats app if you feel like it.
If I’m being too picky, I could go on and say that the buds have a major dip in mid-range, which can be bothersome to a devoted audiophile.
To compensate, they got rid of the audio masking issue that the previous beats audio devices suffered from. I’m guessing this is also because the buds do not put so much emphasis on the bass, which caused the problem in the first place.
The buds provide a continuous playtime of about 4 hours and 20 minutes when it comes to battery performance. The left bud lasts for 4 hours and 24 minutes, and the right one for 4 hours and 41 minutes. This is slightly off-putting compared to other TWS devices.
But Apple’s own AirPods offer nothing higher than this either.
The charging case provides an additional two full charges to each earbud. In addition, the case is equipped with Fast Fuel, which can produce 60 minutes of playtime after just 5 minutes of charging.
Pairing the Studio Buds is equally simple and easy in the case of both Android and iOS devices. There’s a dedicated button on the case for pairing.
Pressing the button causes a pop-up notification to show up on your device once the Bluetooth has been turned on. Then you can connect the machine using the menu from the notification. The Beats app is also there to assist you with setup.
The Studio Buds by Beats does not offer much IPX rating, so I’m guessing this one is also not fit for gym use or use under extreme weather conditions. But overall, for regular use, I think it’s a get sound for the price.
Another great pair of TWS earbuds that’s pocket-friendly both literally and figuratively is the Sony WF-1000XM4. They’re one of the finest true wireless earphones that are currently available in the market.
Whether it’s noise cancellation, build quality or audio performance, the Sony WF-1000XM4 ticks all the boxes. Making it to my list of the best cordless earphones and giving even Apple AirPods a solid run for their money. Am I exaggerating? See for yourself.
To start off, the Sony WF-1000XM4 comes in packaging made out of recycled paper. This shows that the manufacturers care about the environment and know how to make the best use of the resources available at hand.
You first get the charging case out of the box, additional ear tips made of polyurethane foam that come in three sizes, the earbuds themselves, and a USB-C charging cable.
The charging case is carbon black, small and compact with a matte finish. Easy to carry around in your pocket and open with just one hand.
The earbuds are small and ergonomically designed to sit comfortably inside your ear canal. In addition, the unique shape of the buds ensures that they fit well inside your ears and don’t fall off or cause you to feel any discomfort, even if you’re wearing them for a long period at a stretch.
Setting the Sony WF-1000XM4 with your device is fairly easy. You just follow the regular procedure of turning the Bluetooth of your device on and use the capacitive touch controls on each of the earbuds to turn them on, then look in the menu of your device to find them and connect them. It takes about a minute or so to pair them to your device for the first time.
Although I’d recommend getting the Headphones Connect app by Sony to make it easier for you. The app has extra features to bring you the best out of your earbuds.
It allows you to customize your control scheme, update our virtual assistant, change the sound signature of your earbuds, and much more. The app is available on both Android and iOS platforms for free.
The buds have some additional features that their predecessors did not. Firstly, they are equipped with Sony’s new V1 processor, which allows them to eat up less energy for their main functions.
So even if you’re using them with ANC and hi-res playback, you won’t be draining them of their battery life as fast as their predecessors. Then, the case is upgraded to be suitable for wireless charging using Qi-compatible pads. So basically, Sony tried to make our lives easier with this gear.
The other unique thing about the earbuds I mentioned earlier is the ear tips. Instead of silicone or rubber tips, these come with tips made of polyurethane foam.
Exactly like Sony’s bigger audio gears such as wired and wireless headphones. But there’s a little catch to using these. You can’t just put them on the earbuds and jam them inside your ears. First, you need to ‘prepare’ the foam by rolling them in your fingers until its thickness decreases to half.
This way, it’d be easier for them to adjust to the shape inside your ears and provide a better fit.
Once you put them inside your ears, it takes about 20 seconds for the foam to expand and fit nice and snug in your ear cavity. You can check how well they have fitted using the Headphones Connect app’s fit test. The app will tell you if you have put on the tip size right for you or need bigger or smaller ones.
Now let’s come to the sound. The most important part of this review. With the default equalization, you’ll get e bumpy bass which sounded a bit aggressive to me compared to the rest of the music. But that’s only my personal opinion.
Some people do prefer the bass being that loud. In fact, there might be some additional use to this particular frequency curve. It tends to cut down low-end noises if you listen to your music in a noisy environment.
I don’t know whether that was the initial intention of the manufacturers when they were making this particular frequency response their default, but it works.
Another benefit of this frequency design is that it sounds great with older recordings with under-emphasized bass and tends to go heavy on the vocals. But for contemporary mixes, it tends to lose some details with the bass being that high.
However, suppose you don’t like this frequency response. In that case, you can always lower the bass and make adjustments using the Headphones Connect app. That’s what it’s here for.
The battery of the Sony WF-1000XM4 lasts for a good 7 hours and 43 minutes on a single charge. In addition, the charging case can charge the buds at least twice after a full charge, making it a total of almost 24 hours of playtime.
I found this to be a bit disappointing coming from this range of earbuds. But then again, a lot is going on inside those tiny buds, so I guess we could cut them some slack.
Now the next big question is, how good is the mic? Well, to be frank, it has a decent mic. But AAC suffers a bit. Nevertheless, it’s perfectly fine for voice calls and using the voice assistant.
There’s also the feature that can detect when you speak. This way, it will boost the sound of your voice when you talk and cancel out every other sound like noise. This is a handy feature, even though you won’t notice that it’s there. But that’s really the point of a good feature.
Although the mic struggles to transmit a clear voice when there’s a lot of background noise, that’s something all TWS microphones fall short of. All in all, I find it to be a good deal considering the price range.
Jabra Elite 75t Earbuds
Yes, I know there are a lot of earbuds out there that promise a lot. Yet, deliver little of what they actually claim. That’s why I’m here to help out. The next one in our lineup is the Jabra Elite 75t Earbuds. This little device here not only looks cool, but sounds awesome as well.
When you look into an in-ear earbud, the connectivity should be one of your primary concerns. Equipped with the Jabra 4th generation true wireless connection, the 75T makes sure you won’t be missing out on a single detail. Also, the audio range stretches out to 10 whole meters. Cool right?!
Jabra claims that the device won’t have any audio dropouts or any kind of lag whatsoever. This makes the Elite 75T a great companion who prefer clarity above all else. It even cancels out disruptive noises around you to give you the perfect phone call experience each time.
All this is fine and great, but does it offer the same when it comes to the comfort aspects? I have to say, Jabra did make a strong impression by offering a design that makes for a perfect fit. The shape should be ideal for any type of ear. Plus, the ergonomic structure ensures comfort beyond expectations.
The best way to gain the trust of the user is to give the promise of reliability. The guys at Jabra take this message to heart. Their extra efforts can clearly be seen by how durable they actually made the buds. These babies are dust and sweat resistant to quite some extent. Which means these are built to last.
The power backup is perhaps the strongest feature of the Jabra Elite 75T. 7.5 hours of runtime with a single 15-minute charge is just insane. Can’t charge the device every day because of your busy routine? Have no fear! With the help of the charging case, you can actually get 28 hours of battery life in total.
Now that we’ve talked about the basics, let’s see what else Jabra has to offer. The one touch assistant can really come in handy for those who rely on Alexa, Siri or Google assistant. It makes accessing your digital content with voice command seem easy as pie.
If all this doesn’t seem enough, the Jabra Sound+ app is there to make your audio experience a whole lot better. Customize the settings to go about your preferences with the user-friendly interface. The additional widgets make selecting your favorite options easier than ever.
Amazon’s Echo Buds
If you’re an audiophile who’s a fan of crisp and dynamic sound that speaks of quality, then Amazon’s Echo Buds might be just the one for you. This checked all the right boxes in terms of features that made me include it in my list of best in-ear earphones / earbuds.
You might be curious about the aspects that make this earbud special. Well, first of all I have to speak of the immersive sound that it brings to the table. You’ll easily learn to love the seamless audio quality that it offers. Also, there’s an automatic sensor that pauses playback when you remove the earbuds.
Now that’s pretty sweet!
Three microphones in each bud makes your voice sound clear in every call. There are a lot of expensive earbuds that don’t focus on this particular feature. But then again, the guys at Amazon do care and they took care of every tiny detail while crafting this magnificent little device.
The echo buds make sure you get the best possible audio experience in every way. The Bose Active Noise Reduction Technology and sealed in-ear design help to cancel out external noise and distortion. Even if you want to hear what’s happening around you, switch to the passthrough mode.
Just double tab the buds and the buds will let the world get back in. This makes using these buds a lot more interesting than the average wireless earphones.
To be honest, with Alexa’s help you won’t even have to use your hands. Why make the extra effort when you can access your music library, audio books and make calls just through voice commands? Not to worry, if you want to access Siri or the google assistant, you can swap between them on the fly.
The device is sweat resistant and offers a much more secure fit than the contenders. It won’t fall off that easily. Another thing you should know is, the Echo Buds come with in-ear seals of three types. You can choose the ones that match your ears best to ensure maximum comfort.
The battery backup of the buds isn’t bad at all. Five hours of operation after a single charge is pretty good if you ask me. The 15-minute quick charge will make them last two hours. Along with the charging case, the total lasting period is 20 hours.
Pair these with your smartphone, keep it on a magnetic car mount on your dashboard, and you’ll look classy to say the least!
The privacy protection system in the Amazon Echo Buds is quite impressive too. You can view, hear and delete all your voice recordings with voice commands easily. Muting the mic and other safety measures can easily be taken with minimal effort. To sum it all up, this device from Amazon is a quality product in every sense. This one gets a “Great Value” recommendation from my side.
IF you’ve used in-ear earbuds before, then you probably know how vulnerable they can be. There are some models that die out just because of a little sweat or a drop from the hands. Jaybird has considered all those possibilities and ensured safety against all external elements in the Jaybird Vista.
They’re calling the feature “Earth Proof”. Why? Well’ that’s because it gives you protection against all earthly elements. This device here is waterproof, crushproof, drop-proof, and sweatproof. Not only that, but the IPX7 construction makes sure it can stay in place during any kind of workout session.
The safety issues aside, Jaybird offers the promise of great connectivity with their cutting-edge JBS1 true wireless Bluetooth technology. The high quality zero lag audio is something you’ll learn to appreciate. Whether it be phone calls or music, a strong connection with your device will be ensured each time.
With the help of the Jaybird iOS and Android app, you’ll always be able to stay in the groove. With the help of the infinite EQ control over Vista’s highly efficient 6-millimetre drivers, your audio experience will never be the same again. You’ll get customizable options that’ll boost up every beat you hear.
If you’re worried about the dimensions and size, then you’ll be glad to know that that this pair of earbuds are one of the smallest premium headphones you’ll possibly find in the market. The feather light comfort will make you forget that you’ve even got them on.
The Jaybird vista comes with three interchangeable sizes of ear gels. These actually help out a lot. Not all of us have the same ear size and this addition helps you to get the perfect fit for yourself.
Now that we’ve covered the basics let’s get into the additional stuff that this device has to offer. It’s pretty much obvious that it comes with a charging case. The case itself is pretty compact and low-profile. This makes carrying the earbuds around seem effortless.
The Vista earbuds ensures 6 hours of continuous premium audio experience with a single charge. You get 10 more hours of backup with the charging case. So, 16 hours of total runtime will be at your fingertips. If you use one bud only then the time gets extended to 32 hours!
Another handy little feature is the 5-minute quick charge. Just in case you want to chill with your favorite playlist or listen to an audiobook for a while, this’ll provide backup for a whole hour.
The final cherry on top that turns this earbud into a piece of perfection, is the tracking system. You can always locate the exact position of your earbuds with the Jaybird app. If that’s not convenient, then I don’t know what is!
Samsung Galaxy Buds+
We’ve reached the end of our list and I want to wrap this up with something classy. Let me introduce you to the Samsung Galaxy Buds+. When we talk about Samsung, quality goes hand in hand with every one of their products. If you consider quality over gimmicks, these earbuds won’t fail your expectations.
The Galaxy Buds+ specialize in producing rich and natural sound with the help of a two-way dynamic speaker system and a boosted driver. You get the best of both worlds with a powerful bass along with crisp high notes. Irrelevant of your music taste, you’ll find yourself moving with the beat at all times.
Music and other media content become clearer with the balanced and spacious audio crafted by AKG. Even the microphone quality is top notch. The adaptive 3-microphone system ensure that your voice is prioritized by negating distracting background noise. Make yourself heard with clarity like never before.
If you deliberately want to know what’s happening in the outside world, just switch on the Ambient Aware feature. The noises and sounds around will become clearer instantly so you can be more in-tune with the surroundings. Flight announcements and incoming traffic alerts won’t be unheard anymore.
Samsung isn’t a new player in the game and they know every single thing when it comes to user convenience. To make the earbuds a perfect fit for all users, they put in three separate ear gels. You’ll get a perfect fit regardless of the shape and size of your ears.
If you’re even the slightest bit concerned about the battery backup that the buds have, then this will be music to your ears. 11 hours of nonstop music is no small deal. You can have the luxury of an extended audio experience as the charging case will offer 11 more hours of battery backup.
22 total hours of runtime along with a three-minute quick charge feature makes life a lot easier. Especially for those who are on the run at all times. Plus, any Qi-compatible wireless charger or simply your Galaxy phone can be used to charge the headphones anytime, anywhere.
The Galaxy Buds+ don’t fall short in the field of additional features either. The Galaxy wearable app on Android and the Galaxy Buds+ app on iOS help to make the most of your earphones. Even accessing the Samsung cloud and volume control will remain at your fingertips.
Samsung has gone the extra mile to make this device as user friendly and convenient as possible. If top class quality that comes with easy controls matter to you, then this might be one of the best possible choices. This thing works best with Samsung Galaxy Flagship Smartphones (cue: The new Samsung Folding Smartphone which we reviewed).
How Did I Come Across These Wireless Earbuds for Android?
This is a question you’d ask me if you want a good product after doing a thorough research yourselves. That’s why I thought of denoting a few factors myself. These factors helped me in digging through the pile and finding the top in ear headphones for my android device. Let’s take a look at them, shall we?
Keep the Ear-Tips in Mind
This might seem like a minor part of an earbud, but trust me… I speak from experience, they matter a lot. If the ear tips are too small or too shallow, they won’t be a decent fit to your ear canals. This often results in poor sound quality. It also makes way for outside noise to seep in.
To have a proper snug fit, make sure that the earbuds you get have extra options. Ear gels of different sizes can really help in this regard. An after-market ear-tip might not be a good option. You’re better off with the ones that come with the package as they won’t have issues fitting inside the charging case.
An earbud should perfectly sit inside the bowl of the ear. Otherwise, there will be issues regarding sound quality and the overall user experience. Falling off from the ears can cause some serious damage as well. So, it’s better to be safe than sorry. The bottom line is, choose the ear-tips that fit.
The Battery Life is Crucial
It’s best to expect 20% less from the quoted battery life of a particular earbud. And of course, you’ll find some brands that claim that the buds can go for 12 hours or more after being charged. That’s probably the runtime after including the charge from the charging case. Don’t get easily impressed.
The buds that I’ve listed are pretty much authentic and actually offer what they promise. But still if you’re willing to get just the right one for yourself, then it’s best to balance out your needs. The ones that offer extended periods of playtime are usually on the expensive side.
How much battery life do you actually need? That’s the right question to ask in this regard. If you’re ok with a three-hour backup then there really isn’t any necessity of getting more by paying more. Also, my advice will be to look for the quick charge feature. This handy addition helps out a lot.
The Charging Case Should be Just Right
We really can’t think of in-ear wireless earbuds without a proper charging case, now can we? There are two things you should consider about a charging case when you pick up an earbud. The size, and the build.
If a charging case is too large, then you might actually have some trouble taking it along with you. Don’t go beyond the size of your pockets. No matter how flashy or cool looking the case is, it should always remain portable.
Some earbuds come with a charging case that might seem a little too flimsy. It’s only natural that the case will have to deal with a lot of external pressure. If the case gets damaged, then you’re pretty much done for. So’ it’s a good idea to look for a product that comes with a solid and robust charging case.
Check the Volume Level
Volume levels are not the same with all earbuds. Some need to be cranked up to a 100 percent to have a louder experience and there are some that offer the same with only 50 percent volume. I mean there’s no real point in using a portable headphone amplifier. So, it’s best to check it beforehand.
If you’re not satisfied with the level of sound, you can always try Best Bluetooth Speakers for Android phones that we put out for you!
Prioritize the Controls
If you’re on a tight budget, then you probably won’t get the premium features that come along with the pro-grade earbuds. The expensive ones have a dedicated control pad on the ear pieces that allow you to skip tracks, issue voice commands and so on.
To be honest, these features are really nice to have. I mean, just being wireless doesn’t always cut it. Going about the settings of your media content through your phone can get annoying. So, look for the ones that offer the maximum control options keeping he price in mind.
Noise Canceling Helps
Noise canceling features are nice to have. I mean, the entire purpose of buying a wireless earbud for android is to hear what’s going on in your phone. Without any disturbances I must add. You don’t want the outside noise to plague you while watching a movie, playing games, and answering that “All important call, do you?
Do keep in mind that noise canceling circuitry drain battery power. So, if you prefer this option for yourself, then be prepared to sacrifice extended operation time.
Aside that fact, noise canceling features can really be helpful. We can’t always be in secluded noise free places. To experience the best possible quality in using an in-ear earbud, this feature is a must for all the audiophiles. Of course, things get more interesting if you can adjust the noise canceling levels while you’re at it.
I mean we really can’t get enough of the good stuff, now can we?
Few Words Before We Part Ways
Well, folks…. This concludes my article on best earbuds for android you can get in 2021 and beyond. Now, you might notice that I’ve kept quite a few earphones of the Low-Tier (as people would call them) as well. Yes, these are budget-friendly options. I don’t really mind keeping them around to be honest. Not when the difference in performance isn’t THAT great with the pricey ones.
One more thing: If you’re searching for some “Perfect” Wireless Earbuds for Android, I hate to burst your bubbles. There aren’t any! Every product has it’s flaws. I simply weighed the pros and cons with their price. In some cases (as you’d clearly see), there’s nothing much to lose or gain even if you pay the extra bucks. Hence, even the cheapest ones made it onto my list.
However, if you feel my list doesn’t contain your product of choice, feel free to scour the internet using tips from my nifty little buying guide. I’m sure you’ll find your match eventually!
Beley Costa says
Appreciate the recommendation. Will try them out.
Gareth Stevens says
Please let me know how my recommendations turned out for you.
Keep this going please, great job.
Appreciate the recommendation. Let me try it out.
Gareth Stevens says
Thanks! Do tell me which product you bought and how it turned out for you!