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Huawei FreeBuds 4i with ANC, 10 hours of battery enters in the global market



Huawei has officially debuted its latest true wireless earbuds, Huawei FreeBuds 4i in the global market. These earbuds offer Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), 10 hours of Continuous Playback for long use cases.

Talking about its availability, the Huawei FreeBuds 4i is currently available to pre-order in the UK at £79.99 and it’ll be available on sale from March 26, 2021. Customers, who’ll pre-order these earbuds will get a £5 off coupon, and a Huawei Band 4 smart fitness band worth £39.99 for free.

This earbud is also making available in European markets including Germany and Spain as well as other important markets. It’s expected that the FreeBuds 4i will make its way to more countries soon.

Huawei FreeBuds 4i:

Huawei FreeBuds 4i comes with a oval-shaped charging case that is compact and refreshed in design and comes in three colors of Ceramic White, Carbon Black, and Red.

The earbuds support the beamforming technology that picks human voice accurately and the unique wind-proof structure reduces wind noise. Additionally, AI neural network algorithm can extract the human voice from the noise, which makes a voice call very clear.

The Huawei FreeBuds 4i is built with a 3D bionic design with 10mm dynamic coil driver and sensitive polymer, dual mics, supports Bluetooth 5.2, and more. This lightweight earphone enhances a comfortable wearing experience and by double-tapping on left or right earphones, users can play/pause/change music as well as attending the call.

The FreeBuds 4i packs a 55mAh on each earbud and 215mAh on the charging case that provides estimated battery life of up to 10 hours (with their ANC turned off). It takes around 60 minutes to fully charge inside the box and the charging box takes about 90 minutes (22 hours backup support). Moreover, the 10 minutes of charging, can bring 4 hours of listening experience.

Huawei FreeBuds 4i also comes with a portable, round storage box which also doubles as a charging case.

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