Huawei FreeBuds Pro to arrive in PH on November 27

Huawei has announced that they will be bringing the FreeBuds Pro into the Philippines on November 27, 2020. This will be bolstering their range of TWS earphones which already include the FreeBuds 3 and 3i, which were launched earlier this year.

The Huawei FreeBuds Pro is a pair of TWS earphones that come with its three noise cancellation modes – Ultra Mode, Cozy Mode, and General Mode – depending on the level of noise that you want to drown out. The brand says that it can last up to 4.5 hours with noise cancelling while turning noise cancellation will extend its battery life to up to 7 hours.

The case will support wired and wireless Huawei SuperCharge, which means that wait times between uses are minimized. It can charge the pair of earphones via wired to 55% in just 30 minutes while wireless can top them up to around 30% at the same duration.

Huawei is shipping the earphoneswith an 11mm dynamic driver, which promises better bass and noise reduction. It also comes with what they call Dynamic Equalizer Adjustment that takes ear shapes and wear status into account, which then adjusts its EQ for a better audio experience.

For its microphone, it now comes with a Hybrid Call Noise Cancellation that employs a three mic system and its bone voice sensor to reduce background noise and enhance voices for calls.

When it was launched internationally, the Huawei FreeBuds Pro had an asking price of EUR 199 or around PhP 11,000 in the Philippines when directly converted. We expect its official price and availability to be announced when it is launch on November 27, 2020.