Huawei’s first open-back FreeClip headset officially released

has launched its first open-back earphones named FreeClip in the global market. The FreeClip is the company's debut foray into open-back earphones. The headset is designed to provide a comfortable and balanced listening experience. The FreeClip is the industry's first open headset that doesn't differentiate between left and right ears. The open-back design should make these earbuds comfortable for longer periods, possibly preventing ear fatigue. The FreeClip offers a fresh take on open-ear headphones and also brings a pretty decent design and sound.

The new Huawei FreeClip will commence sales in the UK and European markets at the end of December. They are available in black and purple colours. The official price is 179.99 pounds or 199 euros. It is worth mentioning that British buyers who order from now until January 29 will receive Huawei Band 8 for free. According to Huawei, each ear of the headset weighs only 5.6g. The company also claims that the device can connect to two devices at the same time. This FreeClip headset also supports SBC, AAC and L2HC (L2HC requires EMUI 13.0 or higher).


Huawei FreeClip Open Headset Debut

Chinese manufacturing giant, Huawei, is quite good with electronic devices and the company has been innovative over the years. However, because of the ban in the U.S. and other regions, Huawei's devices are not so popular outside China. Nevertheless, the company continues to innovate and release new products. One such is the Huawei FreeClip headset which is the first of its kind in the industry, According to Huawei, the company put a lot of effort into the design and workability of this device. Huawei also claims that users can wear this device for much longer periods without feeling any fatigue.

Features

The Huawei FreeClip is a pair of open-back earphones that are designed to provide a comfortable and balanced listening experience. The earphones are lightweight, weighing a mere 5.6g in a single ear. The open-back design should make these earbuds comfortable for longer periods, possibly preventing ear fatigue.

This new device from Huawei is the industry's first open headset that doesn't differentiate between left and right ears. This means that the right ear may be connected to one device while the left is connected to another device at the same time. In terms of battery life, Huawei did not mention the battery capacity of this device. However, the company revealed that the battery of the headset can last for 32 hours which is quite impressive. The company also revealed that the device supports fast charging and it only takes 40 minutes to fully charge. After charging the device for just 10 minutes, users can listen to music for 3 hours.

Huawei FreeClip

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This headset consists of three parts: Comfort Bean, Acoustic Ball and C-bridge. The comfort bean adopts an ergonomic bean-shaped design to better fit the shape of the ear; the acoustic ball is designed based on a real ear cavity model to avoid causing discomfort; the C-bridge part has an adaptive sensor and an adjustable buckle clip force, and its thin cantilever beam contains 9 core wires.

In other respects, this headset is compatible with and iOS devices. In addition, the headset body (not the headphone box) also supports IP54 waterproof and dustproof. This means that when there are little droplets of water or specs of dust, this device should perform just fine. Be careful, you can't go swimming or do other purely aquatic events with an IP54-rated device.

Design

The Huawei FreeClip is designed to provide a comfortable and balanced listening experience. The earphones are lightweight which means that users may not even feel the weight on their ears. The open-back design should make these earbuds comfortable for longer periods, possibly preventing ear fatigue.

The build material is also skin-friendly and this means that users will not easily get irritated by the device touching their skin. This device also comes with an ergonomic and sleek design and feel which gives a very good impression at first glance.

Sound Quality

The Huawei FreeClip offers a fresh take on open-ear headphones and ultimately nails the sound quality. The earphones are designed to provide a comfortable and balanced listening experience. The open-back design should make these earbuds comfortable for longer periods, possibly preventing ear fatigue.

Conclusion

The Huawei FreeClip is a pair of open-back earphones that are designed to provide a comfortable and balanced listening experience. The earphones are lightweight, weighing a mere 5.6g in a single ear. The open-back design should make these earbuds comfortable for longer periods, possibly preventing ear fatigue. The FreeClip is the industry's first open headset that doesn't differentiate between left and right ears. The earphones come with a 32-hour battery life, which is impressive. The FreeClip offers a fresh take on open-ear headphones but ultimately doesn't entirely nail the design and sound. What do you think about the new Huawei FreeClip headset? Would you like to have your one when it commences sales at the end of December? Let us know your thoughts at the comment section below

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