Along with the flagship Mate 40 Series, Huawei has unveiled a bunch of wearables to add to the list. Yesterday we saw the company launching, Huawei Freebuds Studio headphones, Porsche Design Huawei Watch GT 2 and Huawei X Gentle Monster Eyewear II. Let us see what the company has in stores for customers in detail.
Huawei FreeBuds Studio
Huawei has come up with its new over-the-ear headphones called the Freebuds Studio, beating Apple to the punch. If you did not know they are expected to launch one in the near future. Coming to the Huawei headphones, it features a total of eight microphones with four on the side for much superior call quality. Together these promise a reduction of 40 dB in noise. In addition, the ee Audio Tube structure will filter out medium and high-frequency noise.
These smart headphones can switch between different audio profiles, called “scenes”, in 1/100th of a second. It offers three scenes to switch between – Ultra Mode (for flights and train rides), General Mode (moderately noisy environments like a restaurant) and Cozy Mode (for quiet spaces like an office, this removes the hum of air conditioning and PC fans). If you don’t want deaf to your surroundings, you can activate Awareness mode by pressing the ANC button on the left earpad. You can configure these profiles via the AI Life App which also enhances human voices by blocking other sounds.
Coming to the specs, it features 40 mm drivers with 4-layer polymer diaphragms. The frequency range goes as low as 4Hz to as high as 48KHz. It supports the L2HC codec that can transmit music up to 960 Kbps music and offer low latency mode too. There is Fast Pair and Auto Search Support connecting between devices is quick and easy. It also supports wear detection and touch controls to play/pause audio.
The company claims the headphones can last up to 24 hours with ANC off. It can recharge fully in under an hour with up to 8 hours of battery with just 10 minutes of charge. The Huawei Freebuds Studio is priced as high as $300.
Porsche Design Huawei Watch GT 2
Starting with the build, it features a sapphire glass display on top of a lightweight titanium frame. The titanium strap with a butterfly buckle comes with a slider allowing you to adjust the length without much hassle. It has a 1.39-inch OLED display on a 46mm body
Speaking of the features it comes with, there are over 100 workout modes from climbing to rowing, running courses with voice guidance, skiing to golfing guidance modes. The Route Back calculator can help you find your way back when you go hiking. It can also tell you about sunrise and sunset timings, about the phase of the moon and tide and so on. The watch is water-resistant up to 5 ATM. It comes with spO2 sensors to check your blood-oxygen level and also helps you track your sleep via TruSleep 2.0. In this way, it can notify you off any sleeping issues or even monitor the stress you are facing.
The company claims the smartwatch can last up to 14 days with normal usage and up to 8 days with heavy usage. If you put it for a quick 5-minute charge it will last you a solid 10 hours. It runs Huawei OS out of the box. The Porsche Design Huawei Watch GT 2 will go on sale for a whopping €700.
Huawei X Gentle Monster Eyewear II
This smart audio glass will let you insert prescribed lenses if you are having one. The semi-open speaker set has 128mm size diaphragm with an inverse sound wave system to reduce sound leakage. It supports touch and swipe controls to skip tracks, answer calls or control music playback.
Regarding the connectivity, it comes with Bluetooth 5.2 and comes with a low latency mode. The Huawei X Gentle Monster Eyewear II will retail for €300.
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