Huawei just introduced two new wireless headphones – one pair of wireless earbuds, the FreeBuds Pro, and one pair of buds with a neck strap, the FreeLace Pro.
While the FreeLace Pro were announced earlier for China, the FreeBuds Pro are a brand new surprise.
The company used to release buds that were strikingly similar to the AirPods but now finally went a separate way with a fresh design.
In terms of performance, they use the Kirin A1 chip and promise the best ANC in the class.
Huawei claims that these earbuds are “world’s first true wireless stereo (TWS) earphones to support intelligent dynamic noise cancellation”.
That means they listen to your environment and, based on the noise profile, automatically switch between three noise-canceling modes, without any input from you.
Huawei also says they’re able to reduce noise by 40 db.
Oh, and if you don’t trust your ears to pick the right silicone earplug size, there’s the option to use the “intelligent Compactness Detection to analyze the earplugs that fit” and see that on your phone, cause why not?
Of course, as with most ANC earbuds, there is also a transparency mode which lets some environmental noise in, so you’re aware of your surroundings.
The Huawei FreeBuds Pro can go for 4.5 hours of playback with noise cancellation active and up to 7 hours without it.
With the case included, there’s 20 hours of battery life with ANC on and 30 hours without.
The new Huawei FreeBuds Pro will launch in October and will go for €199.
They’ll be available in black, white or silver.
The FreeLace Pro, however, will be available this month, and will retail for €119.
In case you missed them, see here the two new Huawei smartwatches presented today with the earbuds.