Cheap, but the headsets of Huawei, Samsung … are still equipped with many features such as water resistance, noise cancellation, fast charging, long battery life.
Samsung Galaxy Buds Live ($75)
Galaxy Buds Live has a pea-like design, which looks different from the True Wireless headset models currently on the market. IPX2 waterproof product. This is also the first Samsung headset to support active noise cancellation. The product integrates 3 microphones, so the call quality is better than the previous generation. The headset has two large speakers tuned by AKG, suitable for many different music genres.
The battery life of Buds Live is 6 hours if noise canceling is on, 8 hours when this mode is off. The carrying case allows for an additional 15 hours of use. In addition, the device supports fast charging – charging for 5 minutes, listening to music for an hour.
Huawei FreeBuds 4i ($75)
FreeBuds 4i has an in-ear form with the typical long tube of the original True Wireless headset models. The highlight of the product in this price range is the active noise cancellation feature and the “Aware” feature so that users can hear the surrounding sound without having to remove the headphones or turn off the noise cancellation.
The battery life is also impressive when it has a continuous use time of 6 to 7 hours if noise canceling is on, or 10 hours if this feature is turned off. The charging case provides an additional 20 hours of use. FreeBuds 4i also has fast charging that allows more than 3 hours of use with just 10 minutes of charging
LG ToneFree FN6 ($65)
Tone Free FN6 also has the familiar in-ear design and plumbing body. The head of the headset has a spiral design, enhancing noise cancellation. The product integrates UVnano technology, which LG claims to kill 99% of harmful bacteria when charging. The device uses Meridian audio technology with its own EQ units.
Tone Free FN6 for 6 hours of continuous use. In addition, the box ensures to fully charge the headset two more times, bringing the total time to 18 hours, and supports fast charging – charging for 5 minutes, listening to music for an hour.
Realme Buds Air Pro ($75)
Buds Air Pro has a round pebble-like box with a design style quite similar to Apple with a metal hinged lid, deep headphone jack and porcelain white tone.
The headset uses dual microphones and S1 noise cancellation chip to detect noises in and out of the ear, thereby emitting waves to eliminate the noise. Buds Air Pro also supports a “transparency” feature to hear outside sounds, allowing users to talk without removing the headset.
The product can work continuously for nearly 5 hours with noise canceling mode and an additional 20 hours with the charging box. This model also supports fast charging, allowing to fully charge the battery in an hour.
JBL Tune 120 TWS ($60)
This is the first compact wireless headset of the American brand JBL in Vietnam with 6 different color options.
Tune 120 TWS has an in-ear design, so it has good passive noise immunity. The product uses 5.8 mm drivers with Pure Bass technology, for sound quality aimed at young listeners and electronic music. The JBL Tune 120 TWS battery lasts for 16 hours, including an additional 12 hours of charging with the carrying case.
Xiaomi Mi True 2 ($70)
Xiaomi’s headphones have a housing design like AirPods. The difference is that the ear stalk is larger. This model is equipped with Bluetooth 5.0 which is compatible with all devices currently on the market.
Mi True 2 is also noise canceling with two separate microphones. The built-in infrared sensor detects whether the user is wearing or removing the headset to stop or continue playing music. The product has a battery life of 14 hours after each charge. The case supports fast charging, which helps to fully charge the battery in an hour.
Nokia P3802A ($60)
The P3802A wireless headset has a design similar to the Sony WF-1000XM3 but more compact. The product also supports the highest waterproof standard in the price range, IPX5. Nokia equips the headset with a driver up to 12.5 mm with a composite diaphragm.
In addition, the device also has a 6-microphone system with active noise cancellation. Not only reducing noise, the microphone system also ensures call quality with clear sound without noise. The battery life of the product is 6 hours, when included with the charging box is 30 hours, but without fast charging.
Anker SoundCore Liberty Air 2 ($86)
Liberty Air 2 features a signature water tube with an in-ear design. This model has 4 microphones with CVC 8.0 noise cancellation technology that eliminates 95% of noise.
Anker’s headphones have a battery life of 7 hours when noise canceling is off and 5 hours when this mode is on. The charging case offers three more charges, for a total of up to 28 hours, but does not support fast charging. The headset will automatically switch to standby mode when not in use to save battery.