Anker Reveals SoundCore Liberty 4 Wireless Earbuds

Anker has today revealed its new SoundCore Liberty 4 NC wireless earbuds with active noise cancelling and a variety of colour options.

Anker SoundCore Liberty 4 NC

Anker’s new SoundCore Liberty 4 NC wireless earbuds are the company’s new wireless earbuds boasting powerful active noise cancellation of up to 98.5% noise reduced. It uses a new Adaptive ANC 2.0 algorithm which uses both an external and in-ear sound sensor to automatically detect the sound frequency from both the environment and noises the users can hear. Based on the noise profile it creates, the headphones can create a personalized noise-cancelling experience in real time.


The Liberty 4 earbuds make use of a custom 11mm driver which offers high-quality and detailed sound which is perfect for listening to any time of music. The driver is made of a Liquid Crystal Polymer which ensures clear mid-range vocals whilst the treble is detailed and crisp plus creates powerful bass which can reproduce even the lowest instruments. In terms of battery life, these earbuds can offer up to 10 hours of non-stop playing on a single charge with a total of 50 hours through the charging case.

What Anker Had To Say

“Over the past few years, soundcore has strived to bring a powerful audio experience to our earbuds in our Liberty line, however, want to continue to make improvements in the noise cancelling system,” said William Wei, GM of soundcore’s Headphone division. “We want to provide consumers with the quietest experience to block out noisy environments while listening to music, podcasts or even watching content on phones or computers. Our brand new Adaptive ANC 2.0 allows the Liberty 4 NC to analyze and compensate for both noise around the user as well as noise that enters the ear canal.”

Price and Availability

The soundcore Liberty 4 NC is now available to purchase in 5 colours – Clear White, Velvet Black, Light Blue, Navy Blue and Pastel Pink, with MSRP at $99.99 via, as well as $129 CAD in Canada, £79.99 in the U.K. and € 89.99 in Germany. The five colours will be rolled out to other markets over the coming weeks.

Jakob Aylesbury

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