Oraimo FreePods 4 Earbuds Price In Nigeria

The Oraimo FreePods 4 look good, I’m feeling the white and black theme it has going on, but is it worth buying? Do they sound great? I already know the answer to that, but for you guys, keep reading to find out.

Oraimo FreePods 4 Price In Nigeria

The Oraimo FreePods 4 earbuds cost ₦21,900 in Nigeria, and it’s a smart earbud, in the sense that you can control the earbuds with an app. And with the Google Find My application, you can see the location of the earbuds if it goes missing.

Oraimo FreePods 4 EarbudsPrice In Nigeria
Oraimo FreePods 4 Earbuds Price ₦21,900
Oraimo FreePods 4 Earbuds Price In Nigeria


It comes with a small user guide, showing you how to use the earbuds, a USB Type-C cable, and small and large ear tips. They are antibacterial ear tips that help to reduce the risk of bacteria and fungal infections. And it also comes with a charging case that houses the earbuds.

Now, speaking of the charging case, it doesn’t have a low profile. Put it next to other earbuds, it looks big. The good news is, it isn’t heavy, and it’s easy to put in your pocket.

To reveal the earbuds, you need to slide the top upwards. The sliding mechanism feels like it’s not going to last, but I have tortured it, bent it, and it hasn’t broken. So, that’s good news.

Charging Case & Battery

The case has a 500-milliamp battery inside it, and charging it to 100% takes around 2 hours. The case can also charge the earbuds three times, and with that, you get around 22 to 27 hours of music playback time.


One thing I like about the Oraimo FreePods 4 is how it pairs with a smartphone. It’s super easy. Slide open the case, put it next to an Android smartphone, and make sure that Bluetooth is on on the smartphone, and it should be visible to the smartphone.

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The earbuds have two microphones, both earpieces have a multi-function touch sensor and an ear status indicator. The Oraimo FreePods 4 is a Bluetooth 5.2 device, It has a range of around 10 meters. You can expect to get around seven to eight hours of music playback time, depending on if noise cancellation is on or off.

Multi-Function touch Sensor

To control the earbud, you can either use the multi-function touch sensor or you can use the Oraimo Sound app. The multi-function touch sensor can control a variety of things. You can use it to increase or decrease the volume, play, pause, skip, or go to the previous music track. You can use it to answer, reject, and hang up on calls, and summon Google Assistant.

ANC, Transparency Mode & Game Mode

The Oraimo FreePods 4 has active noise cancellation. It also has a transparency mode where you will be able to hear what’s going on around you. Now, if you press the left multi-function touch sensor and release it after hearing two beeps, you can turn on the active noise cancellation, turn it off, and turn on the transparency mode.

For the gamers out there, the Oraimo FreePods 4 has a game mode. Once activated, it reduces the lag between what’s going on in the game and what you hear.

Sound App

The Sound app is useful in so many ways. You can see the battery level of the earbuds and the case. You can turn on the active noise cancellation, turn it off, or switch to transparency mode.

To activate the active noise cancellation or transparency mode, you can do that right from the earbuds. But if you want to change the EQ and update the firmware of the earbuds, that can only be done using the Oraimo Sound app.

How To Locate Oraimo FreePods 4 Using Google Find My Application

In a situation where the earbuds appear on your smartphone and you can’t find it, you can use the Google Find My application to locate them. It only shows you the last location your earbuds were connected to your smartphone. Now, if someone takes your earbuds and pairs them with a smartphone and starts using them, you won’t be able to see the location.

When it comes to comfort level, the Oraimo FreePods 4 are not bad. You can put them in your ear and use them for hours. But I noticed when I have them on and I’m using them to make a phone call for a long period, my ear begins to ache a bit.

Sound Quality

The Oraimo FreePods 4 comes with 10-millimeter dynamic drivers and a composite diaphragm. With the equalizer at normal, the bass it produces is not bad. The mids and highs are alright. The earbuds are loud, and you’re going to enjoy using them to listen to music. I mean, they’re comfortable to use and they sound great for the price.

Now, how does it sound compared to other earbuds? Well, if I were to rate the Apple AirPods Pro 9 out of 10 and the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro 7 out of 10, I would rate the Oraimo FreePods 4 6 out of 10. And that’s not bad because it’s N21,900 while the others are way more expensive.

For the microphones, the Oraimo FreePods 4 has a 4-mic performance array and AI deep neural network algorithm to help reduce the surrounding noise so that the person on the other side can hear you well.

Final Words

Overall, the Oraimo FreePods 4 are cool, affordable earbuds. The price is right, they sound good, the mic is clear, and it has features that more expensive earbuds have. The charging case looks like a mini speaker, and the sliding action of the case is unique.

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