The new Huawei FreeBuds Pro will hit the market from the beginning of October and should then be available for prices starting from 150 euros. In return, the customer receives wireless Bluetooth headphones that are not only reminiscent of the Apple model. They are held in the ear canal with rubber clips and have a rectangular “trunk” with a large Huawei logo emblazoned on it.
Inside the Huawei FreeBuds Pro, Huawei’s own Kirin A1 Bluetooth chip ensures efficient operation and also that even Bluetooth 5.2 is supported here. We don’t have any details on the built-in mini speaker yet. However, we do know that the FreeBuds Pro have a total of three built-in microphones.
Active noise cancellation and attractive design cheaper than AirPods
These not only ensure that ambient noise can be directed inward if desired and that the wearer can communicate by phoning. They are also used for active noise cancellation, which is apparently also offered here. As with the Samsung Galaxy Buds Live and Apple AirPods Pro, you can also “hide” disturbing background noises if you wish. In addition, a bone sensor is installed, which should ensure clear call recordings.
We also can’t give specific information on battery life, but each of the two FreeBuds Pro has a 52.5mAh battery. The energy storage is a bit smaller than the competition, but of course there is also an extra battery available in the carrying case, which can be powered wirelessly, which recharges the buds if needed.
Huawei FreeBuds Pro are marketed in Europe in the colors silver, black and white. As mentioned, the Chinese manufacturer’s new True Wireless Sound headphones are part of a new product portfolio that includes the Huawei Watch Fit and the Huawei Watch GT2 Pro. The official presentation of the devices will probably take place on September 10 in China.