On May 19, Huawei officially opened its all-scene smart life new product conference. Huawei released 9 new products including wireless earphones, notebooks and monitors, as well as 3 smart products of Huawei, covering multiple aspects of smart life.Huawei Freebuds series of true wireless headphones also ushered in a new member.
The appearance of HUAWEI Freebuds 4 true wireless earphone continues the half-in-ear design of Freebuds 3, and features semi-open active noise reduction 2.0, comfortable wearing experience with air sense and high resolution sound quality.
The HUAWEI Freebuds 4 true wireless earphone charging case still has the classic "round cake" appearance, but the overall volume is smaller and thinner than the previous generation product, the volume is reduced by 6.3%, and the weight is reduced by 20%.Equipped with the main frost silver, as well as ceramic white, honey language red three color matching.
Active noise reduction is the biggest highlight of this upgrade.Freebuds 4 wireless earphone is the industry's first semi-open adaptive noise reduction technology (AEM), with leading semi-open noise reduction capability.With dual-microphone hybrid noise reduction technology and millimeter-level human ear space acoustic detection, the noise reduction effect is intelligently optimized to achieve a comfortable wearing noise reduction experience.
In terms of sound quality experience, Freebuds 4 wireless earphone adopts a sound unit with a wide sound range of 14.3mm and a frequency range of 40KHz.The low frequency enhancement engine, which is composed of an independent sound chamber and an air duct with high airtightness, makes the high frequency full and transparent while also bringing surging low frequency performance.
Multi-device connection has always been the advantage of Huawei's Freebuds series products. Freebuds 4 supports cross-platform and cross-brand dual-device connection at the same time to quickly switch between devices.With smart living APP, connected devices can be managed, as well as fast switching between multiple devices.