Recently, Huawei released the world’s first BT/BLE dual-mode 5.1 wearable chip – Kirin A1. Also, the manufacturer released the new wireless headset HUAWEI FreeBuds 3 and HUAWEI WATCH GT 2 smartwatch equipped with this chip.
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The Kirin A1 is Huawei’s first wearable chip that supports both wireless audio equipment and smartwatches. It is certified by Bluetooth 5.1 and Bluetooth Low Power 5.1. This chip integrates Bluetooth processing unit and audio in a compact size of 4.3mm*4.4mm. In order to solve the earphone disconnection problem caused by Bluetooth and signal interference, the Kirin comes with an AI self-developed dual-channel synchronous transmission technology. It can realize the signals of the left and right channels directly from the smartphone terminals. Synchronous transmission power consumption is reduced by 50%, and delay is reduced by 30%. In addition, the Kirin A1 uses the unique BT-UHD Ultra HD Bluetooth codec technology, with a maximum transmission bandwidth of up to 6.5 Mbps. This greatly increases the transmission speed, which is 2.8 times the Bluetooth standard (2.1 Mbps) transmission speed.
Based on Kirin A1’s performance, the HUAWEI FreeBuds 3 can achieve stable and smooth connection, excellent sound quality and intelligent noise reduction experience. Due to it, these earbuds have become an open active noise-canceling headset.
Also, as said, the company released the Huawei Watch GT 2 equipped with the Kirin A1. This watch also provides an intelligent experience such as Bluetooth call and music playback. It supports 15 professional sports modes. And this product lasts for 2 weeks on a single charge.