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5 things you should know about the new HUAWEI FreeBuds 3

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Jenna Delport
Jenna Delport
I’m a tech writer, world traveller, avocado-eater and dog lover, not always in that order.

Attention all digital music lovers, Huawei will be launching its flagship headset, the Huawei FreeBuds 3, in South Africa next week. In a world where consumers are enjoying higher-quality streaming, the market for an optimal listening experience is shaping the earphone industry.

Huawei South Africa will be launching its new Freebuds wireless headsets on 2 December 2019.

Here are five things you should know about the brand new HUAWEI FreeBuds 3:

1. Intelligent noise cancelling

Keeping user behaviour in mind, Huawei’s FreeBuds 3 is designed to provide active noise cancellation features, even in noisy environments, without compromising on comfort. The earphones use advanced technologies to filter ambient noise, thus blocking environmental interference for a more immersive and high-quality music and call experience, even in noisy environments such as malls and restaurants.

The noise reduction effect is further complemented by the Open-fit TWS design, which makes the earphones more comfortable to wear.

The Huawei FreeBuds 3 also use a bone sensor feature that picks up vibrations of the head to better distinguish the user’s voice from background noise, further enhancing call quality by reducing ambient noise.

To further improve call quality, the HUAWEI FreeBuds 3 use an aerodynamically designed wind cancellation microphone duct that reduces wind noise. This patented air tunnel blocks all wind, making the headphones effective to use outdoors.

2. Ultimate performance with Huawei’s wearable chipset

The Huawei FreeBuds 3 house the proprietary Kirin A1 chipset, the world’s first Bluetooth 5.1 and Bluetooth Low Energy 5.1 wearable chip designed by Huawei. The chip will ensure a stable and seamless connection, provide an overall enhanced experience, including better anti-interference, lower latency while gaming, a more stable connection and a smoother call experience anytime, anywhere.

The chip also brings an immersive high-quality music listening experience, thanks to lower latency and better synchronisation for audio and video. It is designed to provide optimum data sharing between the two earphones, while also greatly reducing power consumption for longer battery life.

3. Booming bass for studio-like sound quality

Premium quality music is one of the core focus areas of the Huawei FreeBuds 3. To deliver studio-grade music, the Huawei FreeBuds 3 are manufactured with customised acoustic components and innovative architecture developed by Huawei. The components and architecture work together to balance treble, middle and bass, while a custom-designed bass tube reproduces crystal clear details for a music experience like no other.

4. Long-lasting battery

Based on Huawei’s famed fast-charging technology, the Huawei FreeBuds 3 offer 2W SuperCharge technology. This supports both wired and wireless charging, allowing users to charge up with either a USB Type-C wire or a wireless charger. The Huawei FreeBuds 3 can also be charged with a smartphone that supports wireless reverse charge, by simply placing the case on the back of the phone.

Utilising the highly efficient power consumption of the Kirin A1 chip, Huawei FreeBuds 3 are able to provide four hours of playback from a single charge, and a total of 20 hours when used alongside the charging case.

5. Nature-inspired aesthetics

Available in black and white finishes, the Huawei FreeBuds 3 come in a pebble-shaped rounded charging case and are designed to fit comfortably in the user’s pocket or their hands. The case pops open for easy access to the earpieces that have an ergonomic rounded curve with a natural open-fit design that ensures a comfortable and stable wearing experience while also housing a hidden power button in the middle of the right side.

The Huawei FreeBuds 3 will be available from Monday, 2 December for R2,999.

Edited by Jenna Delport

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