Beats has released its second true wireless earbuds after the huge success of the Powerbeats Pro last year. The brand new Powerbeats 4 comes out of the box with 4 sets of air tips. These air tips are of different sizes. A small USB-lightning cable which gives you an hour-long playback in 5 minutes is also available in the box. You will receive a small carrying pouch along with a sticker of beats and manuals in the box.

It carries the price of $149 which is $100 cheaper than the AirPods Pro. The figure is $10 cheaper than the baseline AirPods as well. Furthermore, the prior model of Powerbeats was released with the price tag of $249. This makes the present-day Powerbeats much more economical and affordable.  


Now knowing the cut-rate of the new Powerbeats 4, let us talk about the design and performance. The new earbud of Beats has brought the neckband design back in life with better sweat and water-resistant property. At certain times, the cable might get snatched by your hair but that is the only snag, the Powerbeats 4 has. The 26.3g Powerbeats 4 is specially manufactured for athletic purposes and for this reason the neckband is more of a round shape than a flat one. Also, the bendy stout hooks that go over your ears, provide a firm hold. 

Apart from the athletic purposes, it is also an ideal choice for individuals who want affordable earbuds with good sound quality. The volume button and lightning port lie on the right side whereas the pause and play button reside on the signature ‘b’ logo of the beats.

We can also see a significant improvement in battery life. Unquestionably the product has included the same sound drivers of the Powerbeats Pro giving you the same sound quality with decent well-rounded bass. However, the product lags in terms of active noise cancellation. Although, it is built that way so that you can stay aware of the external environment. 


The Powerbeats 4 can last up to 15 hours on a single charge which is 6 hours more than that of the Powerbeats Pro. To make things even better, the latest Powerbeats 4 has dual beam forming microphones and an accelerator which assists to eliminate external noises whenever you are on a call. The Powerbeats 4 comes in three different colors: red, black, and white. I would go for the red one just because it looks a little sportier. Another edge of the Powerbeats 4 is that you will not have to worry about the charging case or losing your high-priced ear-piece, as you can rest your earbuds on your neck whenever you need a brief music break, unlike the completely wireless earphones. 


The Powerbeats 4 price in Nepal is around Rs.19000. On the other side of the same coin, the prior Powerbeats pro price in Nepal is on the doorstep of Rs.33000 which makes the figure of fresh earbuds quite impressive.


All-embracing, the device is best for the athletes. It is also an optimum choice for the people who are seeking an earbuds with longer battery backup. The Powerbeats 4 has an exceptional design and soothing sound quality. It is the optimum option for individuals who are not comfortable with the cost of pro versions.

The inadequate noise cancellation enables you to perform outdoor activities with a proper acquaintance of the external sounds. To sum up, Powerbeats 4 is an excellent, budget-friendly earbuds. It has an impressive sound quality and lasts up to multiple workout sessions on a single charge.