Although the US sanctions had pretty much planned to cripple Huawei in the phone business, the Chinese manufacturer pushed through.
Nor did it come with outstanding smartphones; the brand has also been releasing great wireless earbuds in the market.
And if you have not had the chance to know them, the Huawei FreeBuds 5 would be a great start. With the FreeBuds 5, Huawei basically went all-out.
Firstly, the earbuds come with an unprecedented design. It features a teardrop shape that Huawei specifically designed for those who want to get “effortlessly comfortable earbuds.”
And to be exact, it is the most uniquely-shaped earbuds on the market. But the shape is not there just for comfort. Huawei FreeBuds 5 adopts that unique shape for aesthetics too.
According to Huawei, it is a “futuristic droplet-shaped design,” which results from hundreds of optimisations and tens of thousands of ergonomic simulations.
The earbuds’ curves and lines are there to ensure that FreeBuds 5 adheres to the natural contours of the human ear. That eventually will deliver the highest possible comfort.
Regarding aesthetics, the Huawei FreeBuds 5 comes in multiple color options. You can get the buds in Silver Frost, Ceramic White, and Coral Orange, depending on your style.
The charging case, on the other hand, features a matte finish, which looks good and feels good in the hands.
Moreover, the new shape of the earbuds also claims to offer better Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) performance. There is a tri-mic system that adapts to the user’s ear shape.
Combined with the intelligent dynamic ANC8, the design allows the FreeBuds 5 to efficiently identify ambient noise.
The intelligent system of the Huawei FreeBuds 5 also adjusts the level of noise cancellation according to the environment.
Meanwhile, the Deep Natural Network (DNN) algorithm does a stellar job of removing unwanted noise during calls. Want to know what the buds sound like?
The Huawei FreeBuds 5 boasts ultra-magnet dynamic drivers. They are fitted with bass turbo technology to deliver bass tones that can go as low as 16Hz.
According to the company, the buds have a frequency response that’s 50% higher than the previous FreeBuds 4.
And in case you didn’t know, both of them are there to offer you wireless Hi-res playback. However, Huawei did not leave any room for compatibility issues.
The FreeBuds 5 is compatible with Android and iOS devices. There is an easy Bluetooth pairing mechanism too. And the battery life is top-notch too. The buds can offer up to 30 hours of run time with a single charge.
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