Huawei Introduces FreeBuds Studio

Huawei Introduces FreeBuds Studio

Huawei announced FreeBuds Studio, the first on-ear headset model that will be appreciated for both its design and features. Although the device seems to please music lovers, it is not possible to say the same about the price.

Huawei recently announced its new flagship smartphones Mate 40 Series, and at the same event, introduced its first on-ear headphones, FreeBuds Studio. Huawei seems to be entering a new arena with FreeBuds Studio. Falling behind competitors such as Samsung and Apple in the smartphone industry due to the US embargo, Huawei may start a new competition with FreeBuds Studio against Sony, Bose and Sennheiser. FreeBuds Studio comes with Dynamic Noise Canceling, just like Huawei‘s wireless earbuds.

When we look at the Huawei FreeBuds Studio, it shines with its stylish, matte design. We can say that especially the beige color model offers an extremely “elegant” appearance. In addition, the black color model also has a simple and stylish appearance for those who do not like too many colors.

According to the statements made by Huawei, FreeBuds Studio has a Hi-Fi audio chip with a 4 Hz-48 Hz 40 millimeter driver, and this chip supports LHD codec as well as AAC and SBC.

Dynamic Noise Canceling, which we are familiar with from Huawei’s Freebuds Pro wireless earbuds, can suppress ambient sounds up to 40 decibels thanks to the sensors in the headphones and six microphones. Huawei states that the headset examines the surrounding sounds 100 times a second and filters it accordingly.

According to yet another statement from Huawei, FreeBuds Studio promises 20 to 24 hours of battery life, depending on usage. It is possible to use it for 8 hours with a 10-minute charge. Huawei FreeBuds Studio, which will meet with consumers as of November with two different color options, black and gold, will have a price tag of 299 euros.