- Huawei launched Freebuds 3 in India
- The earbuds come with active noise cancellation which reduces the ambient noise to the minimum
- Easy with calls and commands as well
In September 2019, the Chinese Multi National Corporation, Huawei announced its Freebuds 3 at the same time with its flagship Mate 30 series. Though the Chinese smartphone manufacturer has not brought the phone to India yet, it continues to foucs on the accessories segment.
Freebuds 3 is the latest audio product launched by Huawei and if part of the Kirin A1 powered ecosystem of the brand. It brings the unique take on noise cancellation which makes it the only open-fit TWS earbuds in the whole world to do so.
A double tap on the left earbud will toggle the Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) along with the intensity of the noise reduction which is adjected based on the simulation of the ear canal of the user.
And this ANC feature not only works on playback, but for calls as well.
The Kirin A1 chipset which powers the Freebuds 3 brings in drastic improvements not just in the range and transmission throughput but also the overall efficiency of the conventional connectivity options.
The Huawei Freebuds 3 can connect to devices running on Bluetooh 5.1 and BLE 5.1 as well for a reliable connection. The iso-synchronous connection makes sure that the latency in the output is dropped to the bare minimum. The signal selection algorithm also reduces the Wi-Fi interference in addition to the frequency-hopping.
A smartphone which will be running on EMUI will be able to directly pair with the earbuds as soon as the user opens the case, something like Apple’s AirPods.
The Huawei Freebuds 3 are fitted with 14mm dynamic drivers which enhances the sound quality and bass. Upon looking at the, however, you may think they are way too similar to the AirPods sold by Apple with a semi in-ear design. They have a glossy finish and come in 3 colors option – Red, Black, and White – and are put in a small circular case which looks something like a puck.
They can be charged through a USB Type-C and are even compatible with wireless charging. Huawei claims that on a single charge, Freebuds 3 can last for up to 4 hours with an additional 16 hours backup from the case.
For calls and commanders, the buds come with a bone sensor which enhances the voice catching capabilities through vibrations. Another features which we cannot miss is a small touch sensitive area on each bud’s stem which control audio playback. Huawei Freebuds 3 will be priced at Rs. 12,990 in India and will be available on Amazon from 20th of May. One can also get his/ her hands on Huawei CP61 wireless charger in the bundle at no extra cost.