Along with its new Huawei P30 phones, the company also announced its wireless Bluetooth earphones called Huawei Freelace. These buds can either be used wirelessly or via the USB-C on the phone.
The first time you plug them into the phone, the HiPair feature negotiates with the phone and pairs with it. They can then be charged or used for listening over the USB-C.
The Freelace come with 9.2mm dynamic drivers and are designed with symmetrical controls on the left and right sides. The cable uses nickel and titanium alloy mixed with silicone, which results in tangle-free experience, increased durability and "position memory" - the cable will keep its shape.
The buds are also IPX5 certified so they can withstand sweat resistant and feature wind noise reduction making them ideal for outdoor use during exercising. However, there's no actual noise-canceling, just to make that clear. There are also magnetic snaps on both buds so you can pause the music, end phone calls or disengage to accept a call from your phone.
In terms of battery life, the Freelace are quite impressive - Huawei promises 12 hours of talk time or 18 hours of music playback on a single charge. Huawei's fast charging tech means 5-minute charge is enough for 4 hours of audio playback.
The Huawei Freelace come in four different colors to match the new Huawei P30 and P30 Pro colors.
We cannot receive or disconnect call by clicking any button on Huawei freelace like in other brands. Its just like wireless headphone with long battery life.
They are wireless i.e does not connect with 3.5mm jack or.usb c but not truly wireless.they are like common wireless.bluetooth headsets
Article repeatedly calls them "wireless" while also discussing how the cable will be tangle-free.