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Top Best TWS Earbuds Under Rs 2,000 in India (Updated)

TWS earbuds Under Rs 2000

Most flagship smartphones don’t have a 3.5mm port, you either have to use an audio dongle to use wired earphones or you can buy wireless earbuds.

The same trend is coming to budget mobiles phone too, so if your smartphone doesn’t have a 3.5mm port or you want to buy the best budget TWS earbuds then you’re in the right place.

So let’s see some of the best TWS earbuds which you can buy for under Rs 2,000 in India.

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boAt Airdopes 421v2 

boAt Airdopes 421v2 TWS Earbud

The boAt has just launched this TWS earbud in India and this is made for those users who wanted to buy wireless earbuds for workouts.

The TWS earbuds have all the features that you can find on any other buds but this has Magnetic Earhooks which will help a lot when you’re running or doing any kind of exercise.

The bud will give about 7hr battery life while the charging case will last for 42hr with a full charge. It also has fast charging support, 5 minutes of charging will give about 60 minutes of battery backup.

It also has IPX6 water resistance which means, a little bit of water won’t hurt the buds. Just like any other TWS, it also has touch controls.

Overall, this is the best option for workouts and even for listing to music. Also, the microphone quality is also good but if you’re buying these buds for calling then don’t, you can go with neckbands for a better microphone.

Again, as this is priced at 2k, don’t expect the sound quality or even microphone quality to be like 5k TWS. Considering the price tag, the boAt Airdopes 421v2 is worth buying.

OPPO Enco W11

OPPO Enco W11

OPPO Enco W11 Earbuds have 8mm audio drivers which will ensure clean sound quality. The single bud has a 40mAh battery while the charging case has a 400mAh battery size for charging, OPPO has provided a Type-C port.

The single bud will last for 5hr with full charging at 50% volume, so if you listen to music at 70% or 90% then the battery life will also come down from 5hr to 4hr or less. The charging case will give 20hr of battery backup with 100% charging.

OPPO Enco W11 has Bluetooth 5.0 support which will give 10 meters of range. One thing to note is that don’t use OPPO Enco W11 for exercise because while running, the buds might come out from your ears. The buds do have Dust & Water Resistance (IP55) rating but still, it’s an ideal choice for the gym.

If your budget is Rs 2,000 and if you want the overall best TWS earbuds then OPPO Enco W11 is a good option because it comes with a Type-C port for charging, longer battery life, clean sound quality, Bluetooth 5.0 support and it works with iOS and Android.

While the sound quality is also good and it can also go very load too. Also, this is a gesture-based earbud and gesture doesn’t work 100% all the time.

RealMe Buds Q1

RealMe Buds Q1

RealMe has launched the best IoT Products in India from smartwatches to TWS earbuds, so you can trust them with RealMe Buds Q11 (review) too. The RealMe Buds Q1 has 10mm, audio drivers.

With 100% charging the single bud will give 4hr of battery life at 50% volume while the charging case will give about 18hr to 19hr battery backup.

RealMe has launched an upgraded version of RealMe Buds Q1 which is RealMe Buds Q2 and is priced at Rs 2,499. So if you can go above Rs 2,000 then this too is a good option. Click here to read the full review of RealMe Buds Q2.

By the way, battery life will depend on the volume of music, so if the volume is at 80% then the buds will last less than 3hr but if the volume is at 40% then it may give more than 4hr of battery backup.

The RealMe Buds Q1 comes with Bluetooth 5.0 support and it has gesture support which doesn’t work 100% all the time.

If you listen to music on RealMe Buds Q1 at 50% and if you’re in a public place then you won’t able to hear the music properly that means, you have to keep the volume between 70% to 90% and because of this, the buds will last for 3hr to 3.5hr with a full charge.

In short, RealMe Buds Q1 does provide good sound quality and bass quality but you have to keep the volume between 70% to 90%, Considering the price tag, RealMe Buds Q1 is worth looking at.

Boult Audio AirBass TrueBuds 

Boult Audio AirBass TrueBuds 

Boult has become the best audio product company in India which can be seen in their products too. The Boult Audio AirBass TrueBuds is also another example that Indian Brands can also provide good products at a budget price.

The Boult Audio AirBass TrueBuds have 10mm audio drivers and the single bud can give above 5hr of battery backup while the charging case will provide 20hr of battery backup.

The buds come with Bluetooth 5.0 support but, for some reason, it gets disconnected in the 5 miters range. The Boult Audio AirBass TrueBuds also has a built-in microphone to take calls but this too doesn’t work best, so it’s the best option for those who plan to use Boult Audio AirBass TrueBuds for calling.

Good thing is, that it has IPX7 certification which you can go swimming while wearing the Boult Audio AirBass TrueBuds (waterproof for 1 meter deep for 30).

If you don’t take too many calls and if you gonna keep your smartphone near the buds then the Boult Audio AirBass TrueBuds is a better option as compared to OPPO Enco W11 & RealMe Buds Q1.

Mivi Duopods M40

Mivi Duopods M40

You may have heard of the Mivi brand because it’s an Indian brand. They have recently launched the Mivi Duopods M40 which is priced at Rs 1,499 and considering the price tag, it’s good but not the best?

The Mivi Duopods M40 comes with a 6mm audio driver and Bluetooth 5.0 support. It also has a built-in microphone for calling but it is not the best, I mean if you’re buying this TWS earbud for calling purposes then just forget it, you will hate it.

That said, there is no complaint about sound quality, it has clean audio and it also has good bass. The single bud will last for 4hr at 50% volume and the charging case will last for 20hr. The charging case will take around 1.5hr to 1.8hr to charge 0% to 100%.

Also, the Mivi Duopods M40 has the worst design at this price, it may feel cheap when you see it for the first time.

If your budget is Rs 1,500 and if you don’t want to spend more money then yes Mivi Duopods M40 is worth looking at but keep in mind, it’s not the best option for calling but for music, this is the best you can buy at Rs 1,500 in India.


OPPO Enco W11 is a good option for Rs 2,000 as it offers good sound quality and good bass, the microphone quality is also good, so there won’t be a problem while taking calls on OPPO Enco W11. It also has Dust & Water Resistance (IP55) rating and a Type-C port for charging while the single bud will last for 4hr and a charging case for 20hr with a full charge.

Overall, OPPO Ecno W11 is worth looking at under the Rs 2,000 price range.

Also, if you want TWS earbuds for workouts then go with boAt Airdopes 421v2.

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