HUAWEI unveils oddly shaped HUAWEI FreeClip earphones

HUAWEI launched its newest earphones, the HUAWEI FreeClip, which sport an unusual open-back C-bridge design that mimics the shape of a water droplet.

The earphones are the first of their kind to feature triple microphones, which allow them to filter out background noise and deliver crystal-clear sound quality. They also have an Adaptive Ear Matching (AEM) technology that automatically adjusts the noise cancellation level according to the shape of the user’s ear canal.


Its design consists of three parts: the Comfort Bean, the Acoustic Ball, and the C-bridge Design. The Comfort Bean goes at the back of the ear which ensures a snug fit. The Acoustic Ball is based on the shapes of real cavum concha models, which ensures that the earphones do not cause any discomfort. These are held together by the C-bridge Design which also hides 9 core wires for connectivity.

The HUAWEI FreeClip boasts a 10.8mm dual magnet driver unit that produces powerful bass and high-fidelity sound. They have a long-lasting battery life of up to 8 hours on a single charge, and up to 36 hours with the charging case. They also support fast charging, which gives them 3 hours of playback with just 10 minutes of charging.

The earphones are designed to be comfortable and durable, as they are based on 10,000+ global human ear data and have an IP54 sweat and water resistance rating.

The HUAWEI FreeClip is priced at €199 (around ₱12,150). However, there is no word yet on when it will be available in the Philippines. We will keep you updated on any developments.

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