The Huawei FreeBuds Pro 3 have officially been unveiled as the successor to last year’s Pro 2. It offers support for high-quality audio codecs and comes with a slightly improved battery life and other upgrades.
For the design, the FreeBuds Pro 3 features a one-piece glass case crafted from Nano Processed glass, with “ultra-hearing” drivers for clearer bass and treble as well as Triple Adaptive EQ for enhanced sound quality. Moreover, the earbuds themselves include grooves on the sides for better grip and stability during use.
The company did not reveal the size of the drivers but for reference, its predecessor sported 11mm dynamic drivers. On to the battery life, it boasts a total battery life of 31 hours, one more than the Pro 2, but did not state how long the earbuds would last on a single charge.
One notable upgrade is the Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) 3.0, which the company claims offers more precise background noise elimination during playback and calls. Once again, Huawei did not give out further details on how much noise it is actually capable of tuning out. For hi-res audio, the earbuds support L2HC 2.0 and LDAC codecs.
Available in Europe starting 18 October, the FreeBuds Pro 3 will retail for EUR199 (~RM991) with three colours options. As of now, the brand has not confirmed if and when it will be landing in Malaysia.