A smartphone maker has transformed into an electronics giant – Huawei. Laptops are covered, speakers are included, wearable tech for days, and a small army of earphones.

Huawei’s audio offering has been steadily improving since it entered the true wireless earbud market with the original FreeBuds in 2018. FreeBuds 3 was clearly a well-thought-out product when it launched.


Thanks to the active noise cancellation (ANC) in-call feature, we have been using the FreeBuds 3 for our calls because of their excellent voice quality. Huawei’s FreeBuds Pro has been enhanced to rival Apple’s AirPods Pro, providing a boost in performance.

Additionally, the device features a metallic color option, a cubist design for enhanced noise cancellation, and extensive on-device controls. In addition to the cubist design and metallic finish, Huawei’s first premium earphones have a cubist design.

Featuring dual-Bluetooth antennas and wireless high-quality recording for vloggers, HUAWEI EARPODS FreeBuds Pro never forgets its roots as a phone. Moreover, the buds have been improving with new features since launch, such as wireless high-quality calling.

What a tiny package crammed with so much technology. These wireless earbuds offer a host of smart, compelling features and are cheaper than AirPods Pro and Sony WF-10000XM3 (but shop around and prices may not match). What matters is, however, how they sound?

It’s only in terms of music consistency that the FreeBuds fail to deliver. It’s pretty obvious when ANC is fired up that the sound profile differs from when it’s off. A few kinds of music can sound slightly pitchy and twangy with the buds, even though they are able to handle loud volumes. This is very good, but it is not necessarily the best.Having said this, the huawei earpods FreeBuds Pro are amongst the best in-call audio experience we’ve had with in-ear wireless buds, thanks to their excellent noise cancellation features. The smart, intuitive controls on the bud allow you to change tracks and adjust the volume easily without ever reaching for your phone again.

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