Huawei Freelace Wireless

Huawei launched its latest wireless earphones- Huawei Freelace Wireless earphone, along with the P30 series in Paris. The earphones are wrapped in nickel-titanium alloy and liquid silicon can be easily coiled up for compact portability and remains tangle-free.

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Huawei Freelace Wireless Water-Resistant Earphones

The Freelace earphone comes with Bluetooth 5.0, features Dual-channel Wind Noise Reduction and Bluetooth noise canceling algorithm. Not just that, it has built-in USB Type-C plug with Huawei HiPair technology that lets you charge when you plug into the phone and also pair it in the same way. It has a 9.2 mm dynamic driver unit.

Huawei Freelace Wireless

Furthermore, the earphone packs in a 120mAh 3C high-efficiency lithium battery with quick charge support, offering 4 hours of playback with just 5 minutes of charge and up to 18 hours of playback on a single charge.

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Not just that, the built-in Hall magnetic sensor that can detect whether the headphones are in use. You can attach to end the connection for disconnecting it, and when you separate, it will reconnect. It has IPX5 ratings for water resistance.

Huawei Freelace Specifications

  • 9.2 mm dynamic driver unit
  • 28-degree ergonomic earbuds for a comfortable fit
  • Bluetooth 5.0
  • Durable control panel made of anodized aluminum alloy
  • Multi-Function / Power / Volume buttons
  • Water resistant (IPX5)
  • 120 mAh battery with 18 hours of playback, 4-hour playback in 5-miunte charge
  • Total length: 837 mm; Cable length: 788 mm; Weight: 27 g

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The Huawei Freelace earphones come in Graphite black, Amber Sunrise, Emerald Green and Moonlight Silver colors, is priced at 99 Euros (~US$ 111 / Rs. 7,700) and will go on sale soon.


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