Last year at IFA, Huawei introduced its new true wireless earbuds – Huawei FreeBuds 3 with Active Noise Cancellation (ANC). Moving forward, the company has now announced the lite version of the earbuds as Huawei FreeBuds 3i.
The FreeBuds 3i also comes with ANC that eliminates unwanted environmental by identifying unwanted sound waves and creating precisely inverted signals to neutralize the original sound, thereby reducing distracting background noise to the greatest possible extent.
This pair of earbuds come with the high-sensitive diaphragm to deliver an enjoying audio experience and a 10mm dynamic driver provides bass to your ear.
With one single charge, you can get up to 3.5 hours of music playback. On the other hand, the charging case can ramp it up to 14.5 hours for maximum amount usage.
Huawei FreeBuds 3i comes with the 3-mic system, two of them facing outwards to pick up voice and avoiding background noises. The third one receives the voice conducted inside your ears to further enhance call quality.
Also, the FreeBuds 3i equips built-in capacitive sensors on both sides. Long-Tap to activate/deactivate the ANC and Double-Tap to Play/Pause music or Answer/End Calls. Playback pauses when the earbuds are taken out, and resumes once they are placed back in.
Moreover, the Huawei FreeBuds 3i automatically connects to your Huawei smartphone when the charging case opens.
Huawei FreeBuds 3i will be available in the UK from May 20 at a price of £89.99 ($112) via Huawei stores. There’s also a Carbon Black variant, that will be available at third-party sellers starting June 17.
In Germany, the FreeBuds 3i retails at 119 euros ($128) from May 15, 2020. The company is also offering some freebies for early customers.