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Huawei FreeBuds 5 earphone gets first system improvements



Huawei FreeBuds 5

Huawei is rolling out the first system improvements for the newly released Huawei FreeBuds 5 wireless earphones and the company is aiming to provide a better audio experience for the FreeBuds 5 consumers.

The changelog reveals that Huawei FreeBuds 5 is receiving the first system improvements with HarmonyOS version. Interestingly, it’s just a small upgrade of 3.03 megabytes. If you own a FreeBuds 5, make sure to head towards the Huawei AI Life app and then turn towards the firmware section to download the new software version.

You should know that the update is rolling out in batches and may take some time to reach all of the FreeBuds 5 models. Also, the update package transfer may take some time to upgrade the FreeBuds 5. We suggest you download the latest software update as soon as it pops up on the phone’s notification section.

Huawei FreeBuds 5

Huawei FreeBuds 5:

These new wireless earbuds come with an open-fit design and these earpieces could rest inside a matte case, which keeps the earphones charged on the go. Huawei FreeBuds 5 is 30% more sensitive to low frequencies than the predecessor and generates powerful bass at 16Hz. The FreeBuds 5 adjusts the sound according to the fit of your ear and also automatically detects wear status and volume level.

Huawei FreeBuds 5 boasts high transmission audio at up to 990 kbps. It is empowered by LDAC high-resolution codec along with Hi-Res and HWA Audio Wireless certifications. The new Active Noise Cancellation 3.0 is specially designed for open-fit earphones. It is designed to cancel all of the disturbing noise around you thanks to the three mics. These take fit, wearing status, and ambient noise into account.

The FreeBuds 5 allows you to listen to uninterrupted music listen for up to 2 hours. It supports up to 5 hours of listening on a full charge and up to 30 hours with the help of a charging case.


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