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Huawei has introduced the FreeClip, a set of wireless earbuds designed with a minimalist spherical shape and ergonomic features for both style and comfort.
Huawei claims the FreeClip to be the industry's first open-ear bud that doesn't distinguish between left and right ears, promoting an adaptable and user-friendly experience.
The earbuds feature a minimalist spherical shape, providing a stylish appearance, and weigh approximately 5.6g, ensuring a feather-light and comfortable fit.
The earbuds boast an IP54 splash-proof rating, ensuring durability and resistance to water splashes.
The earbuds are interchangeable, offering self-adaptive left-right audio channels, allowing flexibility in wearing.
Equipped with a 10.8 mm dual-magnet high-sensitivity driver unit, the earbuds deliver impressive sound quality and clear vocals within a compact body.
Comes with the reverse sound waves system which minimizes sound leakage, ensuring a private listening experience.
The earbuds feature a delicate microphone system and a multi-channel deep neural network (DNN) algorithm, providing crystal-clear calls by isolating voices from ambient noises.
The FreeClip supports seamless dual-device connections, allowing users to connect to two devices simultaneously and switch audio between them.
Earbuds comes with audio sharing feature that enables two pairs of Huawei earbuds to connect to the same Huawei device for a shared listening experience.
The FreeClip offers an impressive battery life of up to 32 hours, with a quick 40-minute full charge. With just a 10-mins charge, enjoy up to 3 hours of listening time.
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