Huawei has introduced its next-generation wireless earbuds during the annual IFA 2019 in Berlin. The new earbuds come in Ceramic White and Carbon Black colour options.
The company has not disclosed the price and availability of the latest wireless earbuds. Huawei claims the latest earbuds are the world’s first open-fit noise cancellation headphones. The device eliminates background noise and enhances voice output during a phone call. In terms of design, it looks a bit similar to the Apple AirPods.
The Huawei FreeBuds 3 are powered by Kirin A1 chipset. The earbuds are said to be the first to feature dual-mode Bluetooth 5.1. It comes with Isochronous Dual Channel transmission technology that provides stable wireless connectivity. It features bone conduction technology and there is a bone voice sensor that picks up audio signals more effectively.
For audio, it comes armed with a 14mm dynamic driver along with a dedicated tube to deliver extra bass output. In terms of battery, the earbuds last up to 4 hours of music playback on a single charge. The puck-shaped charging case delivers 20 hours of extra battery life.
Meanwhile, Richard Yu, Huawei’s consumer business chief, has reportedly revealed the launch date of its upcoming Mate X foldable smartphone. He says that the Huawei Mate X might go on sale starting from next month. “Maybe next month we can start to sell it globally. The manufacturing of these phones is not only very expensive but has some challenges for volume and mass production”, Yu was quoted as saying by CNET.