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Kirin A2 chip to make wearable device connection 2X faster



Huawei FreeBuds Pro

Huawei is preparing a new segment of wearables and it’s reported that the company has improved connection speed by 2X with the upcoming Kirin A2 chip for wearable devices.

According to a tip from fixedfocus, Huawei’s upcoming FreeBuds Pro 3 earbuds are under test. And it could equip the Kirin A2 chipset to boost the connection rate.

For example, the unreleased Huawei FreeBuds Pro 3 may take about 4 seconds to complete the first pairing as compared to 8 seconds in the predecessor. This is only one aspect to explore the changes because the new chip will also improve the audio transmission with the connected device.

This is good for the music listening and calling experience, as the company is ensuring to give it all for consumers.

Currently, Huawei has not revealed information about the FreeBuds Pro 3 earbuds but it could come into existence by this month. However, we’ll wait for more details. Until then, let’s explore Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2.

This pair of earbuds features ultra hearing dual speakers, it has a hearing range from 14Hz to 48kHz. The digital crossover driver organizes bass and treble notes to work separately for perfect sound synchronization.

This pair of earbuds has an 11mm quad-magnet dynamic driver unit that boosts driving force by 30% compared to the predecessor to provide 14 Hz of bass. These earbuds are co-engineered with Devialet, which brings new bass and crystal sound quality. The FreeBuds Pro 2 supports LDAC high-resolution codec and it’s certified with HWA and high-resolution wireless transmission at up to 990kbps.

huawei freebuds pro 2

The FreeBuds Pro 2 come with 4 microphones for pure noise cancellation. This includes a bone conduction microphone, three additional microphones, and the Huawei-exclusive deep neural network (DNN) noise cancellation algorithm.

Specifically, the tri-mic ANC system uses 3 highly sensitive microphones, which boosts the average ANC depth by 15% compared to the previous generation of FreeBuds products. The maximum ANC depth of the device is as high as 47 dB.


Most of Deng Li's smartphones are from the Huawei ecosystem and his first Huawei phone was Ascend Mate 2 (4G). As a tech enthusiast, he keeps exploring new technologies and inspects them closely. Apart from the technology world, he takes care of his garden.