Huawei recently introduced its new fully wireless headphones FreeBuds Pro. During the presentation, the device was actively compared with AirPods Pro, and naturally, the headphones of the Chinese company were better.
For example, they reliably cut off wind noise, allowing you to easily communicate on the street, and support an improved noise reduction system Dynamic Noise Cancellation, which consists of a system of active noise reduction (which is in AirPods Pro) and the system of recognition of environmental noise (this AirPods Pro does not have). By the way, the degree of intervention in noise reduction of the first depends on the measurements of the second – and this is quite an interesting point, because, in fact, Huawei tried to give a little “intelligence” ANC.
The headphones are built on a Kirin A1 chip that supports Bluetooth 5.2. The design provides three microphones (one facing forward, two facing backward), two antennas for more stable reception, 11mm diameter drivers, a touch control system and a 52.5 mAh battery in each earphone.
Dual-device connection technology is also supported – headphones can be simultaneously connected to two devices. For example, a tablet and a smartphone.
The device’s autonomy varies from 4.5 hours when playing music with the active noise reduction system turned on to 30 hours – with the active noise reduction system turned off and when recharging from the battery case. Each earphone weighs only 6.1 grams.
Sales of device will start in November. The cost is already announced – 200 euros. For comparison, in Europe AirPods Pro cost about 270 euros.