While the market has a huge range of branded handsfree earphones to offer, these devices are highly likely to set you back a pretty penny not only on offline but also on online stores. Moreover, despite spending a considerable amount of money, most of these gadgets fail to meet your expectations.
If you’ve restlessly been waiting to get your hands on feature-laden wireless earbuds that don’t cost a bomb, it might interest you to know that the Huawei FreeBuds 2 handsfree earphone has now gone up for sale carrying a reasonable $159.99 price tag on Giztop. An absolute bargain at this price, the FreeBuds 2 effortlessly connects to your phone via Bluetooth 5.0.
In order to initiate the first pairing, you just need to take the earbuds out of its case and follow the instructions shown on the screen of your phone. The details displayed on your screen include the earbuds’ current battery level along with a prompt to pair.
You can wear the FreeBuds 2 even during rain or while working out without worrying about inflicting any sort of damage to it as it comes with an IP54 rating. Moreover, its AI-assisted voice recognition features enable you to make hands-free phone calls and instantly access Google Assistant.
Furthermore, the FreeBuds 2 Pro combines voice recognition and “bone sound pattern” recognition to provide biometric recognition since every individual has a different bone sound pattern. You can unlock your phone simply by giving it instructions and even make payments with your voice since the FreeBuds 2 Pro supports WeChat payment and AliPay.
The earbuds draw its juices from a robust 420mAh battery. According to Huawei, the battery can last up to 2.5 hours on a single charge, and about 15 hours with the charging case.
While the case charges through a USB-C port, you can charge them wirelessly as well using the wireless charging case. Alternatively, they can be charged via the back of the Huawei Mate 20 and Huawei Mate 20 Pro.
You can head straight to this link to check out more details and buy the Huawei FreeBuds 2, which is estimated to be delivered by the end of this month.