Product Comparison: Anker Soundcore Liberty Air vs Anker Soundcore Liberty Neo

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General Specifications
Soundcore Liberty Air
Liberty Neo
About the Product
One Step Pairing After the initial setup, simply take Liberty Air out of the charging case and they’ll instantly connect to your device via Bluetooth 5.0. Extended Battery Life An industry-leading 5 hours of playtime is boosted to 20 hours via the charging case. Water-Resistant Liberty Air’s earbuds are IPX5-rated for effective protection against liquids.
Liberty Neo true wireless earbuds are the embodiment of musical freedom. They boast our pioneering graphene-enhanced drivers that deliver a wider soundstage, intensified bass, exceptional accuracy, and crystal-clear clarity.
Key Specs
Min. Frequency Range
20 Hz
20 Hz
Max. Frequency Range
20 kHz
20 kHz
Battery Life
5 hours
5 hours
What customers say about "Key Specs"
Anker Soundcore Liberty Air True-Wireless Earphones with Charging Case
  • The range of sound from these is remarkably good for the price point, with crisp highs and satisfying lows.
  • The concept of this product: decent price, good battery life, not obtrusive and alternative to the airpods.
  • Battery life is amazing, connectivity is almost instant. Great overall.
  • Battery life seems fine since the case keeps them charged in between uses. Sound quality is better than expected for wireless ear buds!
  • Battery life is the worst part of this product and I say "worst" lightly. If you don't mind charging them regularly, then they are great otherwise!
Anker Soundcore Liberty Neo True Wireless Earbuds
  • Battery life is good enough for a long gym session, can't really say anything more because I always recharge them after every session.
  • Frequency range is actually better than my old Anker Soundbuds Surge, which is a really nice surprise. The connection hasn't been interrupted even 30 feet away.
  • The sound quality is pretty good, nothing spectacular, but definitely not bad.
  • Very poor low frequency response. Regardless of how well you fit them inside your ear canal, how good the seal is, the bass is missing.
  • The upper high end frequencies are a bit hissy but if you use spotify you can negate this in the EQ section.
Size & Weight
7.7 in.
1.2 in.
5 in.
3 in.
2.7 in.
1.4 in.
1.9 oz.
1.8 oz.
What customers say about "Size & Weight"
Anker Soundcore Liberty Air True-Wireless Earphones with Charging Case
  • The audio quality, fit and lightweight nature of the product combined with the price point leads me to overlook the negatives.
  • The Ankers are super light-weight and very comfortable. You can almost forget they're in your ears, which isn't possible with the Bose buds.
  • Light. It fits very secure to my ear. Excellent acoustic isolation. The battery lasts a lot for its size.
  • A very good product. it stays in your ear, good battery life, light, sound pretty good, and the case and the ear buds look pretty nice.
  • The headphones themselves are light and small so wearing them is very comfortable.
Anker Soundcore Liberty Neo True Wireless Earbuds
  • Compact size of the ear buds/ very low profile / light in weight.
  • Fit is almost ideal, light weight and comfortable, with a wire choice of accessories for fitting. Bass is also good for such a price.
  • The design, fit, weight and usability is quite good. Ive had to put them back in and out of the case to "reset" them, but they work very well.
  • The weight balance is pretty much spot on, meaning they sit comfortably in the ear without needed a tight friction-fit to stay in place.
  • Light weight, perfect grip won't fall off during workout, good battery life, multiple size silicone earbuds.
Pairing Interface
Bluetooth 5.0
Bluetooth 5.0
Fit And Convenience
Ergonomic in-ear design with EarTips in multiple sizes allow you to tailor the fit to your ears
Grip Fit technology enables earbuds to sit securely and comfortably in your ears
Connection Range
33 feet
33 feet
Carrying Case
Water Resistant
Built-In Microphone
Graphene-Enhanced Sound, Crystal-Clear Calls, Integrated Touch Control
IPX7, GripFit technology, BassUp technology, Ultra-lightweight build, Dual Microphone, Rock-Solid Fit
What customers say about "Features"
Anker Soundcore Liberty Air True-Wireless Earphones with Charging Case
  • The ear fit was comfortable and snug once I determined the right set of silicone buds for my ears.
  • A proper fit lends itself to how well these cancel external noise - once i got the fit correct, I found that they were very effective in reducing background noise.
  • The charging case is well designed and easy to use. Battery life so far is great.
  • The main problem is the connectivity. The bluetooth randomly cuts out atleast 1-2 an hour while I am listening, for no reason whatsoever.
  • The microphone is so overly sensitive that I can't use them for actual phone calls.
Anker Soundcore Liberty Neo True Wireless Earbuds
  • I like the sound, I really like the fit, and the connectivity is solid.
  • Initial pairing was easy, and they connect to my iPhone automatically every time I take them out of the case.
  • Most surprisingly, the microphone and call quality are great.
  • Poor connectivity to the phone and in between the two ear pieces. Audio will constantly drop either in one ear piece, or in both.
  • The big problem is connectivity. They've worked fine in the office, but cut in and out and desync when I'm walking around.
Battery Type
Battery Charge Time
2 hours
1.5 hours
What customers say about "Power"
Anker Soundcore Liberty Air True-Wireless Earphones with Charging Case
  • The battery life is better than I was expecting, and they charge freakishly fast (both the ear buds as well as the case).
  • Battery life is pretty amazing on these. I've had them 4 days and use them around 3 hours to listen to music and have maybe 2 hour phone calls each day.
  • The battery life is good and its nice having a case that charges. I only have to charge my case once every couple weeks.
  • Phenomenal battery life. Still over 30% after nearly two weeks of 2 to 4 hour a day use. Comfortable. Good aesthetics.
  • On average, I only get 3 hours of use out of them before they require a charge.
Anker Soundcore Liberty Neo True Wireless Earbuds
  • The battery life is a little on the shorter side but it’s fine with me considering I really only use headphones when walking or working.
  • Battery life is good as well. 3.5 hours stock and 12 with the charging case work great lasting me a full week of workouts, charge them up on the weekend.
  • Battery life is surprisingly long, I haven’t even able to drain them yet despite several hour long listening sessions.
  • The battery supposedly lasts around 3 hours and needs 1.5 hours to fully charge. That seems pretty accurate and is a bit limiting for those of us who work office jobs and might want to listen all day.
  • Battery life is less compared to new ones being launched on Kickstarter.
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year(s)
1 year(s)
Other Information
79.99 $

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