I tested the Huawei FreeBuds 3 for a month before writing anything about it. I have to admit, I use technology on a daily basis but an expert? That’s a step too far. But allow me to give my opinion.
I got countless compliments about the design and the color, which I love. I prefer red ears over a boring white or black model. Anyway, how do you set them up? I myself have the Huawei P30 pro. You have to download the app “Al Life” and this way you can connect the earphones with your mobile phone. This app also ensures that you can carry out updates when new software is available.
First of all, I was amazed by the sound. Crystal clear. You can also hear multiple layers of sound. When I play videos with background sound, I hear it perfectly. The microphone is great. When I record videos with my FreeBuds, I hear myself very well. The wireless bleuthooth also works well. I can put my mobile phone upstairs in my room and hear music downstairs in the garden.
According to the site, the battery life of the earphones is 4 hours, but if you put it back in your charged case, they can last a whole day. So as far as the batteries are concerned I don’t have much trouble with that. Could watch a few Netflix series, call friends and go on Spotify.
What makes the earphones different from its competitor is that it has a built-in noice canceling. Which means that the ambient noise eliminates when you have the ears. Honestly, I never bother with outside noise but when my Mom asks me to do something, well those earphones are the perfect excuse to say I don’t hear her. You can set settings to tap left or right to play the next song or set noice cancellations. And they connect automatically when you put them on as they detect your mobile immediately.
List price: 149 euros