In its ecosystem launch this year, Huawei is introducing Pro versions of its FreeLace and FreeBuds wireless earphones. Both are marketed as premium audio products for their improved active noise cancellation tech. Huawei claims that both the FreeLace Pro and FreeBuds Pro can filter as much as 40dB of noise, making them leaders when it comes to Active Noise Reduction.
The FreeBuds Pro takes on an all-new in-ear design that is more ergonomic than the FreeBuds 3 for a better and more comfortable fit. The new stalk design expands its touch gestures: pinching the stalks lets you turn on/off Active Noise Cancellation while sliding through the stalk’s sides lets you adjust the volume.
The FreeBuds Pro’s intelligent dynamic noise cancellation feature combines both ANC and environmental noise cancellation in identifying the ambient noise of the user’s surroundings and offering the most optimal noise-canceling performance. They also have better connectivity, as the FreeBuds Pro can be paired with two devices and switch between them seamlessly.
The FreeLace Pro, on the other hand, retains the design of its predecessor including its handy HiPair solution for pairing and charging the FreeLace Pro at the same time. New to the FreeLace Pro is bigger 14mm dynamic drivers with dual-mic ANC, better 24-hour battery life, and quick charging. With a 5-minute charge, users can enjoy up to 5 hours of music playback with the FreeLace Pro.
The FreeBuds Pro and FreeLace Pro are priced at 199 Euros(~Php 11.6k) and 119 Euros(~Php 6.9k) respectively. The former will be available on October while the latter will be available this month.