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Along with HarmonyOS, Huawei also introduced the FreeBuds 4 globally

Huawei FreeBuds 4 has been introduced globally during the launch of Harmony OS.
Along with HarmonyOS, Huawei also introduced the FreeBuds 4 globally
Huawei FreeBuds 4

The global version launched!

A few weeks back, Huawei had introduced the FreeBuds 4 in China. To give you a recap it is their latest flagship true wireless earbuds and has multiple upgrades from the previous model. 

When it comes to design, the new TWS has retained a similar look from the FreeBuds 3 with an open-fit design.

It still has the ANC tech that can reduce noise at up to 25 dB of hybrid active noise reduction.

The new earbuds use 14.3mm dynamic drivers and the Kirin A1 chip that gives extraordinary sound quality. Both earbuds were also equipped with their own bass enhancing power engine for greater diaphragm vibration. 

For other features, it has 3 microphones for call noise reduction and can achieve high-definition vocal recording at a sampling rate of 48kHz. 

It also has easy touch controls and the latest Bluetooth 5.2 technology. Huawei also said that it has all-new game audio coding which delivers 90ms low latency for Harmony OS devices and 150ms on EMUI phones.

Huawei also takes pride in its capability to simultaneous connect two devices with ease. The earbuds have sensors for wear detection and touch controls.

For its battery, each earbud carries 30mAh that can play for up to 4 hours and a charging case with a 410 mAh battery that can give 22 hrs more usage. With only a 15-min charge it can do 2.5 hours of music playback. You can charge it via USB Type-C and via Qi wireless charging. 

For its water resistance, it has a rated IPX4. The FreeBuds 4 comes in colors of White, Silver, and Red colorways.

UK price with direct to PHP conversion (no taxes and duties yet):

FreeBuds 4 (wired) - GBP 130 (around PHP 8.7K)
FreeBuds 4 (wireless) - GBP 150 (around PHP 10.1K)

The wired charging version will be available on June 21st, whereas the wireless version is set to arrive by mid-July in the UK. There's no word yet for its availability in the Philippines.

Source: Huawei, Via: GSMArena

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