Wireless earbuds are becoming commonplace these days with all the big tech manufacturers launching their own versions. Huawei is the latest company to announce new wireless earbuds in the form of the FreeBuds 3i featuring a new aesthetic design and Active Noise Cancelling technology at an affordable price.
FreeBuds 3i offer seamless integration to Huawei products with a pop-up window on your smartphone to assist with automatic pairing and allow instant enjoyment of audio via the earbuds as soon as the user opens the Huawei FreeBuds 3i charging case. The Freebuds 3i include built-in capacitive sensors on both sides for convenient double-tap control features, as well as an intelligent pause feature when the earbuds are removed.
The Freebuds 3i are equipped with 10mm dynamic drivers that deliver deep bass, with highly sensitive polymer composite diaphragms that are carefully tuned to provide balanced and authentic audio. Huawei FreeBuds 3i are built with ergonomic cone-shaped main bodies and flexible silicon tips provided in four different sizes. A single charge offers up to 3.5 hours of use while the charging case can deliver up to 14.5 hours of battery life.
Huawei has outfitted the FreeBuds 3i with two outwards facing microphones that detect ambient noise and actively lower it by up to 32dB, along with 6m/s wind noise reduction. An additional inward-facing microphone enhances voice to the ears for improved call quality. Huawei FreeBuds 3i are also IPX4 water-resistant and available in Carbon Black and Ceramic White colour schemes.
The ceramic White FreeBuds 3i are expected to become available to purchase from the Huawei Store from 20th May for £89.99, while both the Carbon Black and Ceramic White versions will go on general sale from 17th June at selected retailers.
KitGuru says: I quite like to traditional slim appearance of the Huawei Freebuds 3i which makes them look less bulky than some others on the market. What do you guys think of them?