The Huawei FreeBuds 4 headset model offers active noise cancellation and flagship-level sound quality along with the Kirin A1 chip alongside the large audio driver.
Huawei, which has suffered a major wound in the smartphone market, is trying to keep its consumer electronics division afloat by focusing on ecosystem products. This week it unveiled a flagship-level full wireless headset.
Huawei FreeBuds 4 full wireless headphone model features dynamic drives of 14.3mm. Using Bluetooth 5.2, the headset can connect to up to 2 devices at the same time. The touchpad on the outside can detect 3 different print sensitivity.
3 microphones can detect both external sounds and the user’s voice and an active noise cancellation up to 25dB. Lending to the capabilities of the Kirin A1 chip, the headset also offers 90mm latency for games.
Using a special clearing technology on the audio recording side, the product can reach up to 4 hours of use. With its wireless charging case, this time increases to 22 hours. You can also get 2.5 hours extra time with a 15-minute charge. Huawei FreeBuds 4 has a price tag of $155.