Huawei launches the FreeBuds Pro 3 with Kirin A2 chip and ultra-lossless sound quality

The earbuds offer 1.5Mbps lossless audio transmission, which is higher than most earbuds in the market.

Huawei unveiled its latest wireless earbuds, the FreeBuds Pro 3, in China. The FreeBuds Pro 3 features the Kirin A2 chip, which supports ultra-lossless sound quality and noise cancellation.

The Kirin A2 chip uses Polar code technology, which enables a 1.5Mbps lossless audio transmission, which is higher than most wireless earbuds (including Apple’s AirPods Pro) in the market.

This means that the FreeBuds Pro 3 can deliver the rich details of lossless audio to the earbuds, drastically improving sound quality. It also uses the L2HC 3.0 protocol, which enables high-quality transmission if used with compatible smartphones, such as the HUAWEI Mate 60 series.

The FreeBuds Pro 3 is powered by an 11mm four-magnet dynamic unit and a micro-planar tweeter, which produce clear treble and powerful bass. It also feature spatial audio 2.0, which offers reduced latency and more accurate resolution.

The earbuds boast a Smart Dynamic ANC 3.0 noise reduction system, which can reduce noise by up to 40dB. It uses three microphones and a bone conduction sensor to pick up the voice and filter out the background noise. It also features Quiet Call 2.0, which enhances the call quality even in noisy environments.

The battery life offers up to 7 hours of playtime on a single charge, and up to 30 hours with the charging case, which also supports wireless charging and reverse charging. The earbuds are IP54-rated for dust and water resistance.

The HUAWEI FreeBuds Pro 3 is priced at CNY 1,199 (about PHP 9,330/USD 164) in China. The earbuds are expected to launch globally in October.


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