Huawei Consumer Business Group has unveiled the first full-size wireless headphones in its audio product family. The model, called Huawei FreeBuds Studio, has studio-quality sound and a wide frequency range for accurate transmission.
Huawei FreeBuds Studio features a customized iris driver. A four-layer composite diaphragm measuring 40 mm provides sound in the frequency range from 4 to 48 kHz. HD audio codec with L2HC decoding format operates at speeds of up to 960 Kbps, allowing you to reproduce the original sound in high detail.
Thanks to an innovative double-layer sound-isolating structure and intelligent active noise canceling technology, the headphones cancel out noise up to 40 dB. The built-in IMU sensor and microphone system accurately detect ambient sounds and automatically adjust the noise cancellation level based on environmental conditions. Sound Transmission Mode and Voice Enhancement Mode allow the user to stay in touch with the outside world or communicate without removing the headphones. New noise reduction system with six microphones accurately detects voices, effectively isolating them and removing background noise.
Huawei FreeBuds Studio is made of high quality materials. The Huawei FreeBuds Studio leatherette ear cushions provide superior sound insulation and comfort. The headband tilt is increased to 150 degrees for a more comfortable fit. The dual antenna provides 360-degree omnidirectional signal coverage by detecting and automatically switching to the antenna with the stronger signal, guaranteeing a stable Bluetooth connection and lag-free audio playback.
The battery life of Huawei FreeBuds Studio when active noise canceling is off is up to 24 hours and up to 20 hours when active noise canceling is on. Just 10 minutes of fast charging of the earbuds is enough for 5 hours of listening to music with noise canceling on, or 8 hours if disabled.
Huawei FreeBuds Studio will go on sale in November for 299 euros.