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The 5 Best Wireless Earbuds For Android - Summer 2022 Reviews

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Best Wireless Earbuds For Android

While wireless Bluetooth earbuds will work with any compatible Bluetooth-enabled device, there are some advantages to getting headphones designed with your OS in mind. There are many great wireless earbuds made specifically for iPhones that give you benefits like easier pairing, but what are the best wireless headphones for Android? It's always important to get earbuds that you find comfortable and enjoyable to listen to, but some neat Android features are worth looking for, like a compatible app or low latency.

We've tested over 675 pairs of headphones, and below are our recommendations for the best options to pair with your Android phone. You can also check out our recommendations for the best wireless Bluetooth earbuds, the best cheap earbuds, and the best wireless earbuds for running and working out.


  1. Best Wireless Earbuds For Android

    The best earbuds for Android with a wireless design we've tested are the Bose QuietComfort Earbuds Truly Wireless. These high-end headphones have a powerful noise cancelling (ANC) system. Whether you're traveling on a rumbly bus or working in a busy office, these headphones can block out a great amount of ambient noise around you. If you want to adjust the ANC's level, the companion app even offers ten modes, each designed with varying amounts of noise isolation to better suit your needs. They last over seven hours continuously, and their carrying case holds an extra two charges, which is handy in a pinch.

    These buds have a neutral sound profile that's well-suited for a variety of audio content. Their companion app also offers a graphic EQ and presets to help you adjust their sound, but the EQ isn't as robust as other picks on this list. These buds also have a decently comfortable fit. However, their design is quite bulky and sticks out of your ear. Luckily, they have stability fins to help keep them in place when you're on the move.

    See our review

  2. Best Budget Wireless Earbuds For Android

    If you're looking for more affordable, the Anker Soundcore Life Dot 2 Truly Wireless are the best wireless earbuds for Android that we've tested. These earbuds don't have ANC and aren't very customizable, but they stand out due to their battery performance. While their roughly seven-hour continuous battery life isn't exceptional, their case holds about 12.5 extra charges, so you can get about 100 hours of use from the buds before you have to recharge the case. Besides that, they have a straightforward design without many extra features. They come with stability fins and should stay in place during workouts. Their bass-rich sound profile adds extra thump, punch, and boom to your audio, but they lack sound customization features, so you can't adjust it if you prefer a different sound.

    The JLab Audio GO Air POP True Wireless are an even cheaper option. They have a similarly bass-rich sound profile with their default EQ but offer a few other EQ presets to choose from. Unlike the Anker, their control scheme includes a volume function, which you may prefer if you use your earbuds for sports or when you're on the go. They also offer a good build quality, a stable fit, and about nine hours of continuous battery life.

    See our review

  3. Best Wireless Earbuds For Samsung

    The best earbuds for Samsung users that we've tested are the Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Truly Wireless. These earbuds offer a few extra features for Samsung devices, including support for Scalable, the manufacturer's proprietary codec for high-quality audio. They have low latency with Android devices, so you won't notice audio syncing issues when you're watching a video on your phone. There's also a 'Game Mode' intended to lower their latency with Samsung devices.

    Their sound profile is well-balanced, and you can customize it in their companion app. These earbuds also support 360 Audio for virtual surround sound, which can help create a more immersive listening experience. They have an ANC feature with a great performance and an 'Ambient Sound' mode that lets you hear your surroundings. They're also comfortable and well-built, but their 4.7-hour battery life is on the short side.

    See our review

  4. Best Sounding Wireless Earbuds For Android

    The Jabra Elite 7 Pro True Wireless are the best earbuds for Android for neutral sound that we've tested. While their ANC doesn't block out as much noise as our top pick, these comfortable buds have a very flat and neutral sound profile. Bass is well produced, while vocals and lead instruments are clear and present, making them a versatile choice for most kinds of music. You can even tweak their sound to your liking using their app's graphic EQ and presets. To help you get the most out of them, the app also offers 'My Sound', a feature that personalizes the buds' sound based on your hearing.

    These buds last over eight hours continuously. If you need more battery life, their carrying case supplies an additional three charges if you need it. They don't support aptX codec for high-resolution audio, so if this matters to you, you may want to consider the Sennheiser MOMENTUM True Wireless instead. Although they have a more bass-heavy sound profile due to their bump of extra bass and recessed treble, you can finetune their sound using their app's graphic EQ. They have a premium build but aren't as comfortable as the Jabra.

    See our review

  5. Best Wireless Sports Earbuds For Android

    The Jaybird Vista 2 Truly Wireless are the best wireless sports earbuds for Android we've tested. These earbuds offer a stable fit for intense workouts and outdoor runs. They're rated IP68 for resistance against dust and immersion in water, and their case is rated IP54, meaning you can toss it in your gym bag with no worries. Unfortunately, their ANC doesn't block out much noise, so they aren't ideal if you want to cut distractions at the gym.

    However, they have an app with some helpful features, like SurroundSense, which lets you hear ambient sound without taking out the buds, as well as wind filtering to help reduce noise when you're running outside. They have a very sturdy build and combined touch-sensitive and physical controls that are easy to use. Their default sound profile is versatile and well-balanced, and you can customize it with the in-app parametric EQ and presets.

    See our review

Notable Mentions

  • Anker SoundCore Life P3 Truly Wireless: The Anker SoundCore Life P3 Truly Wireless are in-ears with an excellent noise isolation performance. Thanks to their ANC system, they can block out an excellent amount of ambient noise. However, they have sub-par controls. See our review
  • Jabra Elite 7 Active True Wireless: The Jabra Elite 7 Active True Wireless are a viable alternative to the Jabra Elite 7 Pro True Wireless as they have a similarly flat and neutral sound profile. While they have a better overall noise isolation performance than the Elite 7 Pro, their sound profile is a little less neutral. See our review
  • Anker SoundCore Liberty Air 2 Truly Wireless: The Anker SoundCore Liberty Air 2 are versatile, truly wireless in-ears that offer great value. They're a good alternative to the Bose QuietComfort Earbuds if you don't want to spend as much, though they lack ANC and have shorter continuous battery life. See our review
  • Samsung Galaxy Buds Live Truly Wireless: The Samsung Galaxy Buds Live have a longer continuous battery life than the Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Truly Wireless. However, they don't block out as much noise and have a less comfortable fit and a less neutral sound profile. See our review
  • Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro Truly Wireless: The Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro are similar to the Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Truly Wireless. However, they have a much worse noise isolation performance and a less neutral sound profile out of the box. Some may prefer their slightly more bass-rich default sound profile, though. See our review
  • Bose Sport Earbuds Truly Wireless: The Bose Sport Earbuds Truly Wireless are sports-oriented in-ears with a comfortable, stable fit. However, you can't customize their sound, and they have a bad noise isolation performance, although some users may prefer this as it allows them to stay aware of their surroundings. See our review
  • Skullcandy Dime 2 True Wireless: The Skullcandy Dime 2 True Wireless are budget-friendly in-ears with low latency on Android devices. However, their under four hours of continuous battery life is short, and the carrying case only holds roughly 2.5 extra charges. See our review

Recent Updates

  1. Jul 15, 2022: Replaced the Jabra Elite 7 Active True Wireless with the Jabra Elite 7 Pro True Wireless as the Pro have a better battery performance. Also the Jabra Elite 7 Active True Wireless and Skullcandy Dime 2 True Wireless to Notable Mentions.

  2. May 25, 2022: Added the Jabra Elite 7 Active True Wireless as the 'Best Wireless Earbuds For Android For Sound Quality'.

  3. Apr 28, 2022: Checked that picks represent the best recommendations in their category and that the products are available.

  4. Mar 31, 2022: Checked that picks represent the best recommendations in their categories and that the products are in stock.

  5. Mar 04, 2022: Replaced the Skullcandy Dime True Wireless with the JLab Audio GO Air POP True Wireless as the JLab offer a more versatile overall performance.

All Reviews

Our recommendations above are what we think are currently the best Bluetooth earbuds for Android to buy for most people in each price range. We factor in the price (cheaper headphones win over pricier ones if the difference isn't worth it), feedback from our visitors, and availability (no headphones that are difficult to find or almost out of stock everywhere).

If you would like to choose for yourself, here is the list of all our reviews for wireless earbuds for Android. Be careful not to get caught up in the details. There are no perfect headphones. Personal taste, preference, and listening habits will matter more in your selection.

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