Huawei has a new pair of wireless earbuds in the FreeBuds 3i, and by all accounts, they are by far the most impressive such creation from the Chinese manufacturer to date. They are also priced accordingly, albeit still quite competitively, at around $130, though importing them into the U.S. will probably cost you a few extra bucks.
Still, between Active Noise Cancellation, Bluetooth 5.1, three-mic setup for impeccable voice call quality, invisible capacitive buttons on both buds, and 10mm dynamic drivers, there is little to be desired once you glimpse at the full specs sheet attached to the Huawei FreeBuds 3i. And that is without even mentioning their day-long battery promise, a convenient charging case, and seamless integration with not just Huawei smartphones and tablets but pretty much any such modern mobile device on the market, Android or otherwise.
Paired with an ergonomically cone-shaped, if a bit familiar-looking design, the FreeBuds 3i promise to be your gateway into the next generation of discreet wireless audio. They are expected to become available internationally in the coming weeks and while they obviously won’t be officially released in the U.S. importing Huawei gadgets tech side has been pretty affordable in recent years, regardless of the company’s struggles with the American regulators.