HUAWEI Freebuds Studio: Unboxing and First Impressions
I am all for sharing, including my music. That is why, I rarely use earphones, or headphones (unless I would be talking for hours over the phone). But things and interests change, and I found myself reaching out to a tangled earphones to help me with my video editing.
But things will be better with the new HUAWEI FreeBuds Studio. I admit that I have been out of the loop of what is new in the headphones technology (except for bluetooth connectivity and noise-cancelling features of most new headphones), but this HUAWEI FreeBuds Studio has so much to offer that exactly what I needed for my new interests.
HUAWEI FreeBuds and FreeLace series have been very successful in the audio market, and now comes its first over-ear headphones, the HUAWEI FreeBuds Studio.
Unboxing the HUAWEI FreeBuds Studio
I have to laid it out again in this blog that I love how HUAWEI ‘s products feel so premium and luxe. The unboxing itself is already an experience.
The box comes with Headphone, Carry case, USB-C charging cable, Quick start guide, Safety information and Warranty Card.
I asked if I could choose a color but currently the HUAWEI FreeBuds Studio is only available in Black.
HUAWEI FreeBuds Studio Features and First Impressions
Based on the box it features:
- Intelligent Dynamic Active Noise Cancellation
- High Resolution Audio
- Awareness Mode
I am excited to try and explore how the new HUAWEI FreeBuds Studio can make a difference in my video editing experience and the output itself.
Before we get to the technical capabilities of the HUAWEI FreeBuds Studio (coming up on my next blog post), I want to share my first impressions.
The actual headset is light at 260 g. The black color look really sleek, with the metal connecting the headband to the earcups. The insides of earcups are made of soft leather-like material. I am quite worried if this kind would last and won’t peel off (which is a common issue with other earphones with the same material).
The earcups specifically labelled which ones are for left and right ear allowing users to get more familiar with the buttons and features of each earcup.
Touch Panel (Right) features:
- Swipe up: Volume up
- Swipe down: Volume down
- Swipe left: Previous song
- Swipe right: Next song
- Double click: Play/pause music;
- Answer/end call
- Press and Hold for 2 Secs:
- Activate voice assistant/reject call
Touch Panel (Left) features:
- Power Button
- ANC Button
- Bluetooth Button
This allows audio files to be transferred from the playback device to headphone without damage. Let you hear to
the original recording with High-Resolution Audio.
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