The first wireless headphones of the Chinese company can be an excellent alternative to the popular Apple AirPods.
From today on, white ceramic earbuds Huawei FreeBuds – the first wireless headset of the Chinese manufacturer, which was presented at the end of March of this year together with the announcement of P20 and P20 Pro smartphones – went on sale. Huawei FreeBuds in many ways resemble AirPods, but their main advantage over Apple’s headphones is autonomy.
Recently, Huawei often began to blame for copying Apple. The company’s last flagships got a cutout on the screen, like the iPhone X. The wireless headset, which fans of “Apple” products immediately criticized, was no exception. Yes, it’s worth admitting, the similarity between FreeBuds and AirPods is obvious, but this can not be avoided. While AirPods are liners, FreeBuds are vacuum headphones or simply plugs that provide good sound insulation.
As for the technical side, FreeBuds have a clean sound with clear high frequencies, natural “middle” and deep bass due to dynamic drivers with independent equalizer tuning. Thanks to the infrared sensor, the gadget determines when the headphones are in your ears, and when you take them out.
In addition, the headset is equipped with an accelerometer that allows you to control some of the functions of the smartphone, such as playing music, receiving incoming calls, activating the voice assistant and so on.
The manufacturer claims about 10 hours of independent work of FreeBuds, although this is the total listening time with regard to the charging case. One charge lasts about 3 hours, charging the gadget for about an hour. Headphones are compatible with any device that has Bluetooth 4.2. The cost of FreeBuds in China is 799 yuan ($120). In Europe, the official price of headphones is 159 euros ($185).
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