Huawei is bulking up on its accessory offering with the arrival of the Huawei Freebuds 3.
The Huawei Freebuds 3 is a major upgrade to the FreeBuds Lite that the company has launched in the Philippines a few months back. This joins the Watch G2 and Band 4 as their latest addition to their accessory line-up in the country.
This one has an advanced Kirin A1 chipset that features dual-mode Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity. It also has Huawei’s Isochronous Dual Channel transmission technology and a 356MHz audio processor.
All of those features allow the Freebuds 3 to transmit sound with accurate video synchronization. Perfect for watching movies or playing competitive shooter games.
The Huawei Freebuds 3 also has active noise canceling for commuters and frequent travelers out there.
A ‘bone sensor’ is included which helps the earphones distinguish your voice against background noise through bone vibrations. It then enhances your voice accordingly when making calls. The microphones also have a unique design that eliminates wind noises.
The buds themselves use 14mm drivers that’s said can deliver punchy bass. The stem has controls for play/pausing music, and ANC toggle. You can take out a single bud and the music will automatically pause.
It has “Dolphin Bionic Design” that should help stay in your ears better. The rounded case has a USB Type-C port and supports wireless charging. It also adds 20hrs of battery to the 4hr limit of each bud.
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The Huawei Freebuds 3 has a price of Php8,990 in the Philippines. Those who will pre-order it from November 27 until December 5, 2019 will take home a free Huawei CM510 Bluetooth stereo speakers. You can also get Php2,000 off on a brand new Nova 5T, P30, and P30 Pro smartphones when you pre-order one.