After having its arrival in the country confirmed during the announcement of the Band 8, at the beginning of May, Huawei released more details about the launch of the FreeBuds 5 in the Europeian market, at an event held this Wednesday (17).
The headset stands out for coming with a futuristic curved design, based on an aesthetic thought of Prince Rupert’s Drop, created by dropping a drop of glowing glass into ice-cold water. In practice, it allows an ideal fit in the user’s ear.
The accessory comes with a 32-degree tilted ear rod, reduced height for greater comfort and curves that adjust to the shape of the ear for more stability. The design is a shallow in-ear design without the silicone tip.
On the audio front, the FreeBuds 5 deliver dual magnetic circuit dynamic driver with aerodynamic sound pressure enhancement technology. With this, the manufacturer promises more outstanding bass. There is even double certification in HWA and Hi-Res Audio Wireless, for adaptive rate streaming from 144 Kbps to 960 Kbps.
This product still delivers adaptive triple equalizer, touch command management – two taps, slide or press – through the brand’s app, a hybrid noise cancellation of three microphones and a battery with autonomy of up to 30 hours – of which 5 hours are the most. maximum of each phone individually. You can also connect up to two devices at the same time via Bluetooth 5.2.
The FreeBuds 5 will be available in the Europeian market from June 5th, for a suggested price of R$999. Sales will take place through Fujioka, Huawei’s partner in Europeian retail.
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