Today, Huawei terminal official weibo warmed up Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 China earphone, saying that it is the world’s first TWS earphone with HWA HD wireless audio standard evaluation and certification, leading the listening quality of wireless audio era, and will be released on July 27. It’s worth noting that the headphones have been released overseas before.
China Electronic Audio Industry Association, together with sennheiser, Goer, Huawei and other more than 30 domestic and foreign enterprises officially released the “HD Wireless Audio Technology and Equipment Specifications and Testing Methods” (ABBREVIATION HWA standard, HI-RES Wireless Audio). This standard is jointly initiated by China Electronic Audio Industry Association and China Institute of Electronic Technology Standardization. It sets clear standards for consumers’ listening experience of wireless audio, including sound quality, connection, power consumption and noise reduction. It will bring hd wireless audio experience to more consumers and continue to promote the development of the audio industry.
Igeekphone learned that the package of Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 of China Bank has been exposed online, which shows that there is indeed an HWA certification mark, and hi-RES Wireless certification.
The FreeBuds Pro 2 weighs 5.9 grams per headset, which is lighter than its predecessor (6.1 grams). In terms of acoustics, Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 comes with an 11mm unit, a frequency response range of 14 Hz to 40 kHz, bluetooth 5.2 support and LDAC, AAC and SBC decoding, and three microphones. In terms of noise reduction, the headset supports up to 47dB of noise reduction in three modes — Normal, Comfort and Super, as well as outdoor Awareness. In terms of battery life, the headphones boast four hours of noise-cancelling playback time and 6.5 hours of non-noise-cancelling playback time, plus a charging case for up to 30 hours of playback time. The FreeBuds Pro 2 comes in silver, ceramic white and new silver-blue and costs 199 euros, or about 1,400 yuan.