Huawei has taken advantage of the IFA to present its new wireless headphones, clearly inspired in the AirPods of Apple, a renewal of its Free Buds range that now reach the market as the third generation with some interesting improvements. In this case, they are one step ahead of Apple in the sense that include active noise cancellation, which is an interesting addition as demonstrated by Sony wireless headphones.
In this way, the Huawei Free Buds 3 are able to reduce ambient noise in 15dbAt least that's what the company says. An interesting figure if we consider the size of the device and do not need external power to cancel the environmental noise, so it can be an interesting alternative when choosing a device to fly by plane or for environments with a lot of constant noise.
On the sound itself, Huawei confirms that the Free Buds 3 include a sort of 14mm high sensitivity dynamic controller with a dedicated "bass tube" inside, so the audio quality has been improved compared to the previous generation, a starting point to consider if we are thinking of renewing the headphones.
The Free Buds 3 Include the new Kirin A1 chip: The first Huawei chip that is specially designed to enhance the possibilities of the device. In addition, according to the manufacturer the headphones offer up to four hours per charge, and the box allows the reproduction of an additional 20 hours. Once completely depleted, everything can be charged wirelessly or with a USB-C cable, in about 30 minutes.