This is how Huawei’s new true wireless cheat Freebuds 4i becomes

Huawei is now launching its new true wireless headphones, Freebuds 4i, with active noise reduction. The headphones thus sense the sounds of the surroundings through the microphones and generate a reverse sound wave to reduce the noise in the surroundings. The noise reduction algorithm is designed to handle environments such as shopping malls, loud public transport, railway stations and the like.

The headphones also have a “conscious mode” that allows the user to pay attention to the sound environment without having to take the headphones out of the ears. Anti-interference technicians must also improve the call quality and reduce interference such as wind noise and other noise.

The battery for the Huawei Freebuds 4i has been upgraded and with muted noise reduction can handle 10 hours of continuous audio playback or 6.5 hours of voice calls. Together with the charging case, the battery should be enough for 22 hours of music playback or 14 hours of voice calls. With active noise reduction turned on, the battery life lands on 7.5 hours of continuous music playback or 5.5 hours of voice calls. The headphones have a cord charge and should be able to provide 4 hours of use on a 10 minute charge.

Freebuds 4i supports fast pairing when used with a Huawei smartphone running EMUI 10.0 or later. The headphones will be released on April 5 and come in three colors: white, black and red. Recommended price is SEK 990, including VAT.

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