At a launch event held in the Avenues Mall in Farwaniya Governorate, the largest shopping mall of Kuwait,
Huawei unveiled their FreeBuds 3 earphones.
Jiang Guang’ao, general manager of Consumers BG Kuwait Representative Office, said,
“Today we launched the earphones in two colours, black and white, and we hope in the coming period to launch other beautiful colours of them,”
The FreeBuds 3 earphones will be available in Kuwait from November 26.
Equipped with the world’s 1st certified BT/BLE dual-mode Bluetooth 5.1 SoC, HUAWEI Isochronous Dual Channel transmission technology and a class-leading 356 MHz audio processor, the HUAWEI FreeBuds 3 delivers a stable, fast Bluetooth connection, as well as an accurate audio and video synchronization. Games are more fun and videos are more immersive.
The most remarkable feature of the FreeBuds is the adaptive noise cancelation (ANC), which is unusual in headphones of this size. Huawei claims the FreeBuds are capable of 15-decibel ambient noise reduction.
Bone conduction technology can tell when you’re speaking and, combined with a refreshed microphone duct, can block out the wind and allow you to continue your conversation even if you’re travelling 20 miles per hour.
Thanks to the A1 intelligent chipset, HUAWEI FreeBuds 3 can eliminate the background noise during calls and enhance your voice simultaneously. Calls sound like face-to-face conversations.
The FreeBuds also boast Huawei’s freshly announced A1 wearable chips. It’s 5% smaller than any chip Huawei has used before, which doesn’t sound like much, but according to greatly increases flexibility of what can be incorporated inside a headphone of this size.
A complex bass tube cleverly tucked in each earpiece powers. Louder, stronger, tighter and punchier. It feels like you’re enjoying the music in a studio.
The chip should also appear inside other Huawei wearables, including other headphones, smartwatches, neckbands and eyewear.