Huawei released the new FreeBuds 4 wireless headset today. The device adopts an ergonomic simulation design solution, optimizes a new semi-in-ear design based on a simulation platform, and adopts 10000+3D real human ear models.
These earphones come with a uniquely designed charging case, which uses the same pure circular design style as the previous generation. According to online sources, the headset volume is reduced by 6.3% and the weight by 20.8%. The earphones support fast charging and can play music for 14 hours after charging for 30 minutes.
Moreover, we learned that these new Huawei FreeBuds 4 supports a newly upgraded semi-open active noise reduction 2.0 technology. Then there is a dual-microphone hybrid noise reduction, with a noise reduction depth of up to 25dB, which allows the microphone to more accurately pick up ambient noise and make the noise reduction wave generated by the headset more accurate.
According to sources, this Huawei earphone is more sensitive to pick up the residual noise in the ear to achieve a more accurate elimination of the reverse acoustic noise.
Other features include:
- Ear noise reduction (AEM) and adaptive matching algorithms.
- These earbuds use a low-frequency enhancement engine.
- Can connect with Huawei smartphones, PCs, and other devices.
The Huawei FreeBuds 4 comes in three colorways – Frost Silver, Ceramic White, and Honey Red – and carries a hefty price tag of 999 yuan ($155). These earbuds will go on sale on June 1.
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