True wireless earphones with USB Type-C charging

By Amar Kondekar | Published on 27 Oct 2020
True wireless earphones with USB Type-C charging
True wireless earphones with USB Type-C charging

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Earphones are something we all use in our day to day lives. Today, the market is flooded with true wireless earphones, some inexpensive and some premium. They give you a truly wireless audio experience with no wires to bog you down. Most of them have a similar design. They come housed in a case via which they charge and in which you can store them safely to transport. They are all compact and easy to use. But, the only issue is many of them come with a MicroUSB port, which isn't used much these days. Here are some true wireless earphones that support USB Type-C charging.

OPPO Enco W11

The OPPO Enco W11 is not just compact but also very easy to use and gives the user several benefits. They come with 20 hours of total playtime. The buds themselves have a playback time of 5 hours, and the case can provide up to 15 hours of non-stop audio entertainment. The device supports Bluetooth 5.0, which gives a seamless pairing experience with any device. These affordable buds also come with environmental noise cancellation during calls as well. They also have an IP55 dust and water resistance rating, which means that they can efficiently work even when wet.

Sony WF-1000XM3 

The Sony WF-1000XM3 is a tiny package that packs a big punch. Not only does it offer a huge battery life with 32 hours of playback time. It also comes with built-in Alexa voice controls for an incredible hands-free experience. It does provide touch controls that you can tap or swipe. It also features an industry-leading active noise cancellation that is critically-acclaimed as well. The bud's ability to pause or resume playing audio when you remove the buds from your ears is a nifty feature. The buds also automatically turn off when not in use.

Sennheiser Momentum

Sennheiser is a company known for its quality, and the Sennheiser Momentum is no exception. They come with active noise cancellation, a massive 28-hour battery life, and customisable touch controls via the Sennheiser Smart Control app. The design is not just compact but also stylish and elegant. You can wear these buds for hours without feeling overbearing discomfort. The controls can easily control your audio as well as summon your Google Assistant or Siri. They also stop the audio when removed from your ears to conserve battery. The buds have an IPX4 splash-resistant rating.

HUAWEI FreeBuds 3

The HUAWEI FreeBuds 3 comes with a rather different body structure than its competition, with its half in-ear design. The buds have a 14mm dynamic driver that produces a bass-leaning sound profile. The buds come equipped with the Kirin A1 chipset that allows for reduced latency and synchronised audio while gaming or watching videos. The whole package can be charged via the type-C port or even via a wireless charging mat. The buds instantly pair once the box is popped open. The box comes with a 410mAH battery that gives you an ample amount of power to long hours of audio playback.

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Amar Kondekar

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