Though today Huawei held a new product launch conference and unleashed a number of eye-catching products, many are not aware of this because they think Huawei is a smartphone maker. And as it ‘took a pause’, no other Huawei product is interesting for them. However, today, it also released the Huawei FreeBuds 4 wireless headset. It is a top-end product, which is ready to beat any rival.
Huawei FreeBuds 4 Design
The Huawei FreeBuds 4 pays more attention to wearing comfort. It adopts an ergonomic simulation design solution. Also, this headset optimizes a new semi-in-ear design based on a simulation platform, and adopts 10000+3D real human ear models.
Apart from the earphones, the charging case of the Huawei FreeBuds 4 has also been carefully designed. It uses the same pure circular design style as the previous generation. Due to the exquisite detail processing, the volume of the headset is reduced by 6.3% and the weight by 20.8%.
It also supports fast charging. The headset can play music for 14 hours after charging for 30 minutes.
In terms of function, the Huawei FreeBuds 4 supports a newly upgraded semi-open active noise reduction 2.0 technology.
There is a dual-microphone hybrid noise reduction, with a noise reduction depth of up to 25dB. It allows the microphone to more accurately pick up ambient noise and make the noise reduction wave generated by the headset more accurate. It is more sensitive to pick up the residual noise in the ear to achieve a more accurate elimination of the reverse acoustic noise.
There is another interesting feature. The Huawei FreeBuds 4 supports adaptive ear noise reduction (AEM) and adaptive matching algorithms. When the user turns on noise reduction, the headset will automatically detect the user’s ear type and wearing conditions to match the best noise reduction parameters. It can automatically select the current best noise reduction parameters according to different human ears or wearing conditions to achieve the best noise reduction experience.
As for sound quality, the Huawei FreeBuds 4 uses a low-frequency enhancement engine and a 14.3mm diameter large moving coil unit to achieve a frequency response range of up to 40kHz. Also, the high-sensitivity microphone can record high-fidelity sound with a sampling rate of up to 48 kHz, preserving the rich details of the sound.
The Huawei FreeBuds 4 also continues the advantages of full-scenario device dual connection, pairing information sharing, etc. It can realize the connection pop-up function on Huawei smartphones, PCs and other devices. The audio connection center can also display the last 10 connected devices. So with a single click you can switch between various devices.
Our protagonist has three body colors, namely Frost Silver, Ceramic White, and Honey Red. They all cost 999 yuan ($155) and will go on sale on June 1.