In this Article, We are going to review Anker Soundcore Life P3. With Specification and Description. Here are the pros and cons of the Anker Soundcore Life P3o 👇


+Powerful bass depth match with crisp highs

+Surprisingly strong noise cancellation for the price

+Adjustable ANC and EQ levels


-The sound signature isn’t for those seeking accuracy


True WirelessYes
Connection TypeBluetooth
Active Noise CancellationYes
Case and Airpod

Since high-end active noise cancelling (ANC) can easily cost over $300, “cheap” has, up to now, been defined as being in the $150 to $200 range. The $79.99 Anker Soundcore Life P3 earbuds significantly lower the bar and offer a competitive price for a pair of noise-cancelling or not true wireless earphones. The ANC can’t match products like the $280 Bose QuietComfort Earbuds, but it’s remarkably effective for the money. The Life P3 wins our Editor’s Choice award for the most budget noise-cancelling earbuds because of these two qualities, which are also excellent for sound quality.

Simple, Colorful Stems

The stem-style earpieces for the P3 come in white, red, dark blue, light blue, and black. Although the stems have plenty of flexibility to hang at different angles, which can lead to variable audio output, the in-ear fit is reasonably tight. For me, the ideal sound came from the stems pointing slightly forward. Five sets of silicone ear tips in different sizes are provided for a perfect fit.

The internal frequency range of 11mm dynamic speakers is 20Hz to 20kHz. The earphones are Bluetooth 5.0 compliant and work with the AAC and SBC codecs but not AptX.

The front of the clamshell charging case includes three LEDs below the lid, and it has a unique feature for this price range—wireless charging using Qi-compatible chargers. A USB-C port for the USB-C to USB-A charging cable is located on the rear of the case. Inside the case is a button for Bluetooth pairing.

With Anker’s different wireless audio equipment, the Soundcore app for Android and iOS is compatible and highly helpful. It has toggles for a low-latency gaming mode and an adjustable eight-band EQ with several presets. Additionally, you may choose various settings for ANC and Ambient mode, which allows you to hear sounds around you while wearing earbuds (including Indoor, Outdoor, and Transport modes that target different frequencies of surrounding noise). Additionally, the app distributes firmware upgrades.

According to Anker, the Soundcore Life P3’s battery life is approximately seven hours with ANC off or six hours with it on, and the case adds an additional 35 hours (ANC off) or 30 hours of battery life (ANC on). The volume levels you use will also affect your outcomes.

Noise Cancellation and Sound Quality

The $249 AirPods Pro significantly improved genuine wireless noise cancelling when they were first introduced in late 2019. However, technology has advanced quickly since then, and Anker’s $80 earphones now rival them in terms of ANC power. In contrast to the AirPods, the P3’s ANC is more effective at reducing low-frequency rumble and equally good at reducing higher frequencies. The Sony WF-1000XM4 and the $280 Bose QuietComfort Earbuds are the best ANC devices available, but Anker’s performance is surprisingly strong for the price.

Transport seems to be the most effective ANC mode, dialling back deep, low-frequency rumble like you’d hear on a plane or train. However, like a loud restaurant, it almost exaggerates highs in scenarios with less deep low frequencies and more mids and highs. Your favourite ANC mode will likely end up being a matter of taste.


Another set of Anker earbuds, the $130 Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Pro, wowed us earlier this year. We still give the other pair a slight advantage over this one in terms of noise cancelling capability, but we’re pleasantly impressed by how well the Soundcore Life P3 earphones do the job for $50 less. The finest noise-cancelling accurate wireless models are the $280 Bose QuietComfort Earbuds and the $350 Sony WH-1000MX4, but Anker shows you can get superb ANC and strong bass depth for $200 less, and that’s good enough to win our Editor’s Choice award.

Thank You !!

Check More Airpods Reviews ✅

Categorized in: