What are the finest true wireless (TWS) earphones currently available in Nepal? The best true wireless earphones under Rs. 3,500, Rs. 16,000, as well as the top budget earbuds and huge battery earbuds, are all available depending on your budget.

In the true wireless earphones arena, there have been some fascinating advancements in recent months. This is notably with active noise cancellation and its availability on more cheap headsets. Realme’s new releases have shaken up the inexpensive category. Several popular premium items have witnessed price reductions, making them compelling value choices to consider. New true wireless earbuds from Realme and Sony have been added to our list of top options with this update.

Although there are some changes, most of our recommendations remain the same. Also several of our recommendations may have seen price decreases. This includes the Samsung Galaxy Buds+, which is currently available for a fraction of the price it was when it was first released, giving it fantastic value for money. Continue reading to learn about our top recommendations in the TWS industry in Nepal right now.

Best true wireless earphones: Apple AirPods Pro

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The Apple AirPods Pro is our favorite true wireless earphones on the market today. Yes, at Rs. 40,000, it’s a bit pricey. However, for that price, you get features and sound quality that are unrivaled in the market, in our opinion. Because of one major feature, active noise reduction, the AirPods Pro outperforms earlier AirPods and rival devices. This makes the headset a lot more helpful than most other true wireless choices. It boosts your ability to hear the sound even in noisy situations. Transparency mode allows in outdoor and ambient sound in the most genuine way we’ve heard on any earphone to date. We thought the sound was intriguing and very immersive.

The in-ear fit is responsible for a lot of the improvements in these earphones since it provides improved noise isolation and a more immersive listening experience. The AirPods Pro is also extremely adaptable, allowing you to change tunes on the go for a comfy but engaging sound. The AirPods are designed to operate with Apple devices and are best utilized with an iPhone or iPad. That’s not to say they won’t operate on Android phones or PCs, but some capabilities will require an Apple iOS device. The AirPods Pro, regardless of the device you use them with, is a simple and enjoyable pair of genuine wireless earphones.

Best true wireless earphones under Rs. 35,000: Sony WF-1000XM3

The Sony WF-1000XM3 is currently available for Rs. 32,000, making it our best selection for under Rs. 35,000. You get superb app support, flagship-level active noise cancellation, and amazing sound quality for the price. Although sophisticated Bluetooth codecs aren’t supported, the tuning quality makes this one of the best-sounding true wireless earphones on the market right now.

The bass is well-balanced and the soundstage is expansive. The battery life is adequate for the size and shape of the earphones. Although the earpieces’ huge size made them seem awkward and improperly balanced in your ear at times, the active noise cancellation more than made up for the flaws.

Check out our review of the Sony WF-1000XM3.

Best under Rs. 18,000: Oppo Enco X

Oppo is best known for its smartphones. However, it has quietly evolved into a strong audio manufacturer in recent months. The Oppo Enco X, the company’s most premium true wireless headset available in Nepal and priced at around Rs. 18,000 is one of the company’s most recent offerings. With a dual-driver configuration created in partnership with Dynaudio, active noise cancellation, and a wireless charging case, Oppo is providing quite an outstanding product for that price.

Although the LHDC advanced Bluetooth codec is supported, most users will need to utilize the SBC or AAC Bluetooth codecs when using the Oppo Enco X. However, this does not detract from the fact that the earbuds are a fun true wireless headset to listen to. They provide detailed and immersive sound. The active noise suppression is fantastic, and the entire experience for Rs. 18,000 is excellent.

Although the Oppo Enco X has mediocre battery life and minimal on-device controls, the value for money offer of this headset makes it genuinely stand out. The Oppo Enco X is our best selection under Rs. 18,000. This is because it gives you what competitor brands like Sony charge much more for.

Best battery life wireless earphones: Samsung Galaxy Buds+

While truly wireless earbuds are highly handy, battery life remains an issue; the earphones’ compact size makes it difficult to get large enough batteries into them. Samsung, on the other hand, looks to have made some progress with the Galaxy Buds+.

These headphones are the replacement for last year’s Galaxy Buds, and they’re also a great choice if you have a current Samsung smartphone, owing to support for the Scalable Bluetooth codec. The drivers have been improved, and all of this is made even better by the fact that these earbuds are now available for roughly Rs. 17,000, making them a great value-for-money option.

The Samsung Galaxy Buds+ is the only headset on our list that can provide genuine all-day, uninterrupted listening, with the earbuds providing an amazing 11 hours of use per charge in our tests. The charging case only provides one additional charge to the earbuds, which is perfectly acceptable given the earphones’ extended battery life.

Check out our review of the Samsung Galaxy Buds+.

Best wireless earphones for affordability: Realme Buds Q2

The Rs. 3,500 Realme Buds Q2, one of the cheapest true wireless earbuds with active noise cancellation, is one of the greatest value-for-money options available right now. While the ANC performance is minimal, it is practical and makes a noticeable improvement in making listening easier in a variety of situations. The Realme Link app also supports apps, making this device a feature-packed pair of earphones for the price.

The earbuds look excellent owing to the reflective touch-sensitive region on the outside edges of the earpieces.  The sound quality and battery life are adequate. While the low-latency mode and soundstage were both unsatisfying, this is still the greatest set of truly wireless earphones you can get for around Rs. 3,500 in terms of features and capabilities.