Huawei Freebuds 3i TWS earphones with active noise cancellation launched at Rs 9,990
Huawei Freebuds 3i true wireless earphones have been launched in India, priced at Rs 9,990. The TWS will go on sale during the Amazon Prime Day Sale due to begin on August 6. Huawei will offer two colours — Ceramic White and Carbon Black.
The Huawei Freebuds 3i comes with active noise cancellation, featuring a triple microphone array which Huawei claims can reduce background noise by up to 32dB.
Huawei Freebuds 3i specs and features
The TWS from Huawei features 10mm dynamic drivers and a three-mic array which offers active noise cancellation and voice calls. Being truly wireless, the earphones also come with capacitive sensors enabling gesture controls to activate noise cancellation and pause and play audio.
Huawei promises a 3.5 hours battery on a single charger, and with the charging case, the earbuds can go 14.5 hours of use without charging. The earbuds are also IPX4 water resistant which means it can withstand sweat and light rain.
The buds are a little heavy though, at 5.5 grams. The charging case itself weighs 51 grams. The box will come with four pairs of silicone ear tips. For the price, the Freebuds 3i are among the most affordable TWS with active noise cancellation.
However, this isn’t the only premium TWS launching in India during the Prime Day sale. We also learnt Sony is planning to launch the WF-1000XM3 TWS in India, which also comes with active noise cancellation.
Huawei Freebuds 3i price and availability
The Huawei Freebuds 3i is priced at Rs 9,990 and will go on sale during the Amazon Prime Day sale which is happening on August 6 to August 7. During the sale, buyers will also get a Huawei Band 4 (priced Rs 3,099) for free as part of the launch offer. The TWS will be initially available only for Amazon Prime members and will later go on sale for all customers till August 12.
In other Huawei news, the Huawei Nova 7i could launch in July in India and you can read more about that here. We’ve also reviewed the camera on the Huawei P40 Pro and here is what we thought. And finally, back in April, Huawei caught trying to pass DSLR images as shot on Huawei smartphones. You can read more about that here.