Huawei announces the FreeBuds 3i for the European markets today. These are truly wireless earbuds use active noise cancellation built right in. That allows them to compete head-to-head with the Apple AirPods Pro. And if you look at the design of the FreeBuds 3i, which will be fully charged. The AirPods are clearly a source of inspiration here, but let’s not let that get in the way.
The FreeBuds 3i, each with a 3-line system, in which the two mics are out of focus and in focus. The former will pick up your voice, and the last one to get your voice out within your ears to enhance the quality of the connection. In this respect, they are similar to the Samsung Galaxy and the Buttons+.
However, they can be less expensive than the buttons and add them to the active noise reduction up to 32dB. You’ll have to pay for the battery. On their own, and the FreeBuds 3i, it will only be for the last 3 and a half hours on a charge, if you listen to the music, and it drops to 2.5 hours for a call. Fortunately, the case adds to 14.5 hours of listening to music, reading, or 10.5 hours of talk-time on top of that. The charging time is approximately an hour prior to use in the case; and 115 minutes in front of the action.
The controls are going to tap on this, a long-tap to turn the ANC on and off, double tap to play/pause music and answer calls. You will receive 4 silicone tip sizes in the box, and a 10 mm dynamic drivers at the top. The plugs have to IPX4 for water resistance.
The FreeBuds 3i will go on sale in the uk, in Ceramic White Smartphone Store at May 20, will cost you £ 89.99. They will be available at select third-party retailers on June 17, in addition to the Carbon-Black colorway.