Huawei, at an event held today (June 2), launched its new headset, the Huawei FreeBuds 4, to the global market. The accessory which was previously available in China only arrives with a compact size and improved sound over its predecessor.
The earphones feature a TWS format and promise consumers additional features. FreeBuds 4 offers a completely wireless look, with a lower stem. It does not come with silicone tips, for an in-ear fit, which makes the product of the “open design” type.
The size of Huawei FreeBuds 4 is a little smaller and lighter than its predecessors — each side weighs 4.1 grams — in addition to having a charging base also with more compact dimensions. The earbuds deliver a touch-sensitive surface for gesture control, with multiple functions by tapping or swiping your finger over it.
The accessory delivers a 14.3mm LCP driver with a range of up to 40kHZ. One of the main sound features is Active Noise Canceling (ANC), which is capable of filtering up to 25 dB. There’s even a built-in dual microphone to ensure less wind noise and more accurate sound performance.
The headphones have an adaptive equalizer, with automatic work in the background. It works through audio metering and automatic adjustment, meaning there is no manual setup.
In connectivity, there is Bluetooth 5.2, for greater precision and stability, and USB-C port. The battery supports up to 4 hours of playback, with an additional 18 hours of runtime via the charging cradle, for a total of 22 hours of total autonomy.
Huawei FreeBuds 4 Pricing and Availability
Huawei FreeBuds 4 will be available from July 6th, in Silver Frost, and Ceramic White at price 149 euros.