Huawei Watch 4 certified with LTE connectivity
Huawei Watch 4 series has completed another important milestone to enter the launch lane and received China Compulsory Certification (3C) certificate with LTE connectivity.
According to the information, the certificate reveals a Huawei device with model ARC-AL00 identified as the standard version of the Huawei Watch 4 smartwatch.
The certificate also shows LTE 4G connectivity for Huawei Watch 4 series and there’s a 5W fast charging capability. The smartwatch is manufactured by Goertek (Jingwei Hi-Tech).
These are identical details to what we’ve seen in the recent WiFi certificates. However, we do also know that the Huawei Watch 4 Pro is also coming alongside the standard version.
WiFi Alliance also published certificates for new Huawei smartwatches including model ARC-AL00, MDS-Al10, and MDS-AL00. The first one belongs to the Watch 4 and the latter two are confirmed as the Huawei Watch 4 Pro.
Still, these certification authorities didn’t confirm the aesthetics of the smartwatch.
It is two complete years since the unveiling of the Huawei Watch 3 series and now, the firms is ready to introduce the next generation of smartwatches. Although, there’s not much input available about its design but there are a few highlights that we can give you right away.
It’s reported that Huawei Watch 4 series will bring satellite SMS capability, which is currently not available on any smartwatch on the planet. This feature will allow users to send and receive SMS without a native mobile network.
Another report suggests that the company will use super premium Zircon material to make this smartwatch and it may be expensive. However, this might be a special edition, and we can expect Huawei to unveil some more usual smartwatch variants similar to the Huawei Watch 3 lineup.
For now, the Chinese tech maker has not confirmed the launch event date but past inputs say that the Huawei Watch 3 series will unveil on March 23.
Huawei is calling new FreeBuds 5 a ‘full surface streamline’ design
Huawei FreeBuds 5 is coming and it has a new brand new design, which Huawei is calling full surface streamline design. This design has become a part of Netizens’ conversation with that appearance.
According to the latest retail box leak, Huawei FreeBuds 5 will pack a new full-surface streamline design and we can check this new design in the teaser. We have a ton of information about this upcoming earbuds device including its latest semi-in-ear design that is continuously reaching toward the base.
However, the base is different than the FreeBuds 4 and it sticks over the ear lobule to provide a better grip for the user.
Other than that, past weight measurements also suggest that Huawei FreeBuds 5 as well as its charging box is heavier than the FreeBuds 4. This shows that there could be an improvement in the battery life of the device.
Other than this, the retail box reveals important features such as a super magnetic surge unit, which may be in place for better bass in your ears. Also, it has a fast charger to provide rapid recharge for your music or calling session.
Importantly, the FreeBuds 5 comes with a noise-cancellation feature to provide an uninterrupted listening experience. Once turned off, the earphones can be charged back within 5 minutes, and you can get up to 2 hours of battery life.
The new LDAC codec will also contribute to sound quality. On the flip side, an adaptive environment Noise reduction allows you to choose between two noise reduction modes: Mild and Balanced.
The latest Huawei FreeBuds 5 will support HarmonyOS 3 and later versions. Therefore, the consumer can use multi-device features for a seamless use case and audio experience.
For now, we don’t have information about its pricing but we’re just a few days short to raise the curtain from all mysteries.
Huawei opens FreeBuds 5 earbuds bookings
Huawei FreeBuds 5 will launch on March 23 and the company opened its early bookings for consumers, who want to grab this new pair of earbuds firsthand.
According to the information, Huawei FreeBuds 5 is now available for bookings on an e-commerce website, Vmall, and interested customers can book a unit before it goes official.
Huawei FreeBuds 5:
This new earbuds device is the latest addition to Huawei’s mainstream earphone lineup. It’s the first release for a long time after FreeBuds 4.
However, there’s a complete overhaul in design, which is ready to provide you with a brand-new user experience. Huawei FreeBuds 5 is also equipped with new sound quality and there is much to more to explore.
Read more about these earphones in the article mentioned below.
Huawei FreeBuds 5 specs leaked in live images
Today, a bunch of live images of the upcoming Huawei FreeBuds 5 appeared and revealed the design along with important specifications of these earbuds.
According to live images coming from a Weibo tipster, Huawei FreeBuds 5 will feature a semi-in ear and semi-on ear design.
The image shows what it really means, as the earpiece rests inside the ear and the droplet base provides grip support from outside the ear. The tipster said that these earbuds are firm to wear and there’s no discomfort.
There is also a revelation of the charging box, which is an ellipse and not round like FreeBuds 4. The scale weight measurement shows that one earpiece weighs 5.5 grams, which stands at 4.1 grams in predecessor.
The overall weight of the charging box is 44.4 grams, once again, the weight is increased in comparison to the FreeBuds 4 at 38 grams. This indicates an increased battery backup. As the tipster showcase, these earbuds may run up to 5 hours on a single charge for both earpieces.
This is a ton of settings screenshot that comes in front of us. It shows that Huawei FreeBuds 5 will support adaptive environmental noise reduction and LDAC sound quality. It also equips various customizations option available to change swipe, double tap and hold actions on the earbuds.
LDAC is a new audio technology from Sony that allows you to enjoy high-quality wireless audio via Bluetooth. With 3x the data transmitted, LDAC provides an enhanced wireless listening experience for all your music.
However, it’s surprising for open semi-in-ear earbuds to bring up the noise cancellation tech on board.