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Huawei FreeBuds 4 earbuds ready to make global debut on June 2



Huawei has officially confirmed that Huawei FreeBuds 4 earbuds will make a global debut on June 2nd and it’ll kick start its journey first from Europe, specifically from Belgium. However, it could be listed in more countries instantly.

This FreeBuds 4 was officially launched at the Huawei All Scenario Smart Life Product Launch event in China on May 19th.

Previously, this pair of earbuds received the SIRIM Malaysia certificate with model T0004 alongside the other products of the company including the MatePad Pro 2, MateView Display, and MatePad Pro Keyboard.

As of now, this product is in the pre-order sale period, while the first sale will start on June 1st at 23:59. This beautifully designed product is available in three colors of Ceramic White, Silver Frost, and Honey Red and priced at 899 Yuan, which is about 141 US dollars.

Main Highlights of the Product:

  • Semi-in ear Structure
  • Noise-reducing technology
  • Powerful battery
  • Wireless Charging

The FreeBuds 4 adopts 4.1 g structured in semi-in ear design for a comfortable long time wearing. While the improved noise-reducing technology assures a crystal clear hearing experience.

It has the combined benefits of millisecond-level sound wave detection speed, 16 sets of ear canal adaptation parameters, and semi-open adaptive noise reduction technology AEM at one.

Furthermore, it supports high-definition vocal recording, 48kHz sampling rate, high-fidelity restoration of full vocals, AI noise reduction algorithm, maximum noise reduction depth of 25dB, wireless charging, and Bluetooth 5.2.

In terms of battery and charging, it can support up to 14 hours of music playback and can be charged within half an hour. In addition, a single charge of 15 minutes can provide battery support for up to 2.5 hours.

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