Huawei’s all metal noise reduction earphones now on sale

huawei metal earphones

Huawei’s P9 is what we are all waiting to launch, but audio buffs might also find these new in ear earphones interesting too.

The latest Huawei earphone aren’t your super affordable options like those that Xiaomi offer, instead these all metal ear pods cost a cool 599 Yuan which is roughly $92.

Obviously that price isn’t due to just having a full metal build, but they do have a built in noise cancellation feature, and separate power supply good for 8 hours of continuous use.

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The champagne finished earphone weigh just 22.5g, and are designed to offer deep bass.

huawei metal earphones

A rather cool looking and feature packed set of earbuds, but a little pricey for a lot of users. Currently Huawei are selling them through online stores in China, but international resellers are likely to pick them up in the coming weeks too.

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  1. Nilzie
    March 4, 2016

    On my budget I can just afford xiaomi hybrid

  2. March 4, 2016

    i must be blind, but where is the link to the china shop? (i need pictures)

  3. balcobomber25
    March 4, 2016

    I am not a huge fan of in ear headphones but I do still use the original Xiaomi Pistons I got with my Mi4. They have yet to let me down.

  4. wolvie
    March 4, 2016

    Again Huawei always selling their gadgets at very expensive price. huge profit for them but lesser attractive for average buyers.

    I was wondering how come Huawei still popular in china with their extra expensive pricing ???

    Better buy Xiaomi piston, same quality at much much much lower pricing.

    • Spookyleaf
      March 5, 2016

      it has active noise cancelling hence the higher price tag. If you have ever used ACN you’ll know it pretty awesome.

  5. Alexander van Scherpenseel
    March 7, 2016

    “And separate power supply good for 8 hours of continuous use”. Why do earphones need serparate power supply? o.O

    • trapchan
      March 7, 2016

      probably for active noise cancelling

  6. Niklas
    March 8, 2016

    These are named Huawei AM185 and I’m also looking for how to buy and ship these to Europe (Sweden). I guess I have to wait until they show up on Aliexpress.

  7. David John Tough
    November 5, 2016

    NC does not seem to work no difference on or off