HUAWEI FreeBuds Pro Bluetooth V5.2 earbuds announced


HUAWEI has announced its new true wireless earbuds called FreeBuds Pro. It is top-end earbuds with dual-antenna design which ensures best signal connectivity.

The Huawei FreeBuds Pro earbuds measure 26 x 29.6 x 21.7 mm and weighs 6.1 grams each. Its charging case has dimensions of 70 x 51.3 x 24.6 mm and weighs 60 grams. It uses Bluetooth V5.2 for seamless connectivity with compatible devices.

Huawei is offering three sizes of soft silicone earplugs for best comfort. It also uses intelligent compactness detection function which works along side AI Life app to analyze the earplugs fitting inside ears and ensure optimum sound experience and noise cancellation.


The Huawei FreeBuds Pro leverages hybrid Active Noise cancellation technology and Bone Voice sensor, which works alongside its triple microphones (inward-facing and outward-facing) and results up to 40dB noise-cancelling. Its Intelligent dynamic Active noise cancellation (ANC) comes with three modes – General, Cozy and Ultra modes.

The EQ inside adjusts immediately based on real-time signal changes received from in-ear mics. Its Bone Voice sensor detects and strengthens human voices by interpreting the bone vibrator for best sound.

The FreeBuds Pro features in 11mm dynamic drivers and supports simultaneous Bluetooth connection with two devices. It has 180ms low latency mode as well. Each earbud is equipped with 55mAh battery which offers up to 4 hours (ANC) / 7 hours (without ANC) on 1 charge. Its charging case houses 580mAh battery capacity and offers up to 30 hours usage. It has USB Type-C charging (5V/1.2A/6W) and Qi 2W wireless charging (case).


The Huawei FreeBuds Pro price is €199 (US$ 239 / Rs. 17,380 approx.) and comes in Ceramic White, Silver Frost and Carbon Black colors. It will start rolling out in October.

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