HUAWEI FreeBuds 5i is now official in the Philippines; Pre-order with ₱1 deposit

The HUAWEI FreeBuds 5i is now official in the Philippines, the latest in the line of Huawei’s trendy and versatile FreeBuds Series.

The HUAWEI FreeBuds 5i is powered by 10mm dynamic drivers that deliver clear and balanced sound, with an ergonomic and lightweight design. The earbuds weigh only 5 grams each and the charging case weighs 34 grams.

It supports the LDAC codec, which is a high-resolution audio codec developed by Sony, allowing it to transmit up to three times more data than standard Bluetooth codecs, resulting in better sound quality. It also has Hi-Res certification, which means it can reproduce a wider frequency response and full-link high-resolution sound for HD audio sources.

HUAWEI FreeBuds 5i official in the philippines

The earbuds feature 42dB multi-mode Active Noise Cancellation and support Transparency Mode, which allows you to hear ambient sounds while listening to music or making calls.

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The FreeBuds 5i supports Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity and offers up to 6 hours of music playback, with ANC enabled, on a single charge, and 7.5 hours with ANC disabled.

₱1 Downpayment Promo Offer

From March 3 – 14, you pay a downpayment of ₱1 at the Huawei Online Store while you wait for the SRP. While its official price is yet to be revealed, Huawei guarantees that you won’t be spending more than ₱4,000 for a pair. As an added bonus, it will come with a freebie worth ₱299.

What’s more, the ₱1 becomes a ₱300 voucher that you can redeem upon payment of the remaining balance during the first sale launch.

These will all be on top of the additional freebies offered at the first sale promo.

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