Huawei has announced its new true wireless earbuds at an event in Berlin. The Chinese conglomerate is ushering in the true wireless earbuds era with its new FreeBuds 3. They are said to be powered by Kirin’s new chipset, created especially for the wireless headphones. Let’s talk more about the Huaweii FreeBuds 3 earbuds below.
Huawei Kirin A1 Chip – For wearable and hearable market
Teased to offer premium audio experience, these new earbuds will be powered by proprietary Kirin A1 chip. This new dedicated chip takes a technologically advanced approach to deliver superior sonics on FreeBuds 3. It is said to offer outstanding sound processing techniques with finely tuned high sensitivity driver.
The Kirin A1 chip boasts a plethora of class-leading features that make for simple and stable connectivity. Further offers ultra-latency and an impressive approach to noise control.
Talking more about the Kirin A1, this chipset has been developed for hearable and wearable devices. It will be aimed at processing complex tasks efficiently and powerfully, all from its small size of 4.3mm x 4.4mm. It a Bluetooth 5.1 and Bluetooth Low Energy 5.1 enabled chip.
HUAWEI FreeBuds 3 True Wireless Earbuds – What are the features?
With the power of Kirin A1 chip, it claims to offer a range of world-class features. Equipped with ANC feature as well, this feature can be turned on/off by double tapping the left earbud.
Equipped with 14mm dynamic driver, the HUAWEI FreeBuds 3 claims to offer a studio quality audio experience and a booming bass for bass lovers. A complex bass tube tucked in each earpiece powers the bass experience. Further, it claims louder, stronger, tighter, and punchier sound.
The FreeBuds 3 comes with a claim of all day battery life. It comes with a charging case, which can charge the earbuds offering up to 20 hours of battery life. The earbuds on their own can offer up to four hours of playback.
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