Huawei Launches Premium Active Noise Cancelling headphones with the Huawei FreeBuds Studio.

Here's something that I've been on the lookout for a while now and so psyched to know that Huawei is finally releasing studio headphones taking on Bose, Sony, and other brands out there. Launched alongside the Huawei Mate Series, (check it out here.) the Huawei FreeBuds Studio is the company's first over-the-ear headphones with complete active noise cancellation.

The design is simple yet very classy. It has a metallic matte texture with stainless steel cylindrical arms that connects the headband and the ear cups. Just take a look at that, it's beautiful!
The earcups are a little larger than your usual cups, at 65 x 42 mm, this means that it's more a more spacious fit for those who have bigger ears. The ear pad is protein leather giving nice insulation. The headband can extend up to 150 degrees for those who have large heads like me.

The Huawei FreeBuds Studio have advanced active noise cancellation, I'm not really sure why it's called buds when they are definitely not buds but actually full-sized headphones. 

The Huawei FreeBuds Studio supports 4Hz – 48 KHz frequency range. It has 40mm dynamic drivers with a "four-layer" design. These headphones have the same Kirin A1 chip as the FreeBuds Pro, which was announced last September.

The Huawei FreeBuds Studio has three ANC modes. 
With the sophisticated hardware and software, it means that the FreeBuds Studio will turn up the Active Noise Cancellation in noisier environments. There's also an awareness mode and voice mode for conversations. It has six microphones that are used for voice calls and also used to cut out background noise. There's a touchpad on the side that controls the volume, skip through tracks, play, pause music and of course answer and reject calls. You can also access the voice assistant through this.
Now, does it work with other devices? Yes. Any android, iOS it windows-based device is also compatible with this. Four-channel, dual-mode, and dual connection is supported, which means the headphones can link to two devices simultaneously. It also has dual antennas for a broader Bluetooth coverage with automatic antenna switching.
Now, what about the battery? They say it can last up to 20 hours with ANC turned on or up to 24 hours with the ANC turned off. Charge for 10 minutes and you can enjoy 5-8 hours with or without the ANC turned on. The price is estimated at around $350 or 299 euro. Hopefully, it will be a bit more affordable when they launch here in the Philippines. 

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