Buds are available from October 5
Huawei has today launched Sonic Escapes, a series of 360 binaural soundscapes that introduces the world’s first intelligent dynamic noise cancellation technology.
Listeners will be able to listen to three different soundscapes in diverse locations including Marrakech, Jamaica, and Mexico.
Huawei CEO Anson Zhang said: “Now, more than ever we need a break, a break without cancelled flights and a break without quarantines and social distancing.
“A true escape from the world around us. Sonic Escapes allows listeners to travel through rich, immersive sounds, soaking up the culture of three exotic locations, whilst also experiencing Intelligent Dynamic Noise Cancellation technology, powered by the new Huawei FreeBuds Pro.”
The intelligent dynamic noise cancellation technology is a world-first according to the Chinese vendor and the Huawei FreeBuds Pro also features fast-charging.
The buds support both wired and wireless charging with wireless Huawei SuperCharge technology.
The earphones can also be charged through wireless reverse charging with the higher-end Huawei smartphones including the Huawei P40 Pro.
The in-ear design has been ergonomically engineered for maximum comfort according to Huawei.
To listen to all three tracks from Huawei’s Sonic Escapes, listeners can visit https://consumer.huawei.com/uk/campaign/sonic-escapes/#overview or download the Music app from the Huawei AppGallery.
The Huawei FreeBuds Pro will be available in three colours: Carbon Black, Ceramic White, and Silver Frost, all at the price of £169.99.
The buds are available in the UK from October 5 from the Huawei store and selected retailers.
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