As part of a large-scale presentation in the Celestial Empire, the Chinese company HONOR presented not only the HONOR 80 line of smartphones and the folding Magic Vs, but also a new model of Earbuds 3i wireless headphones. These are in-ear headphones with 10mm drivers and multiple noise canceling modes.
HONOR Earbuds 3i support ENC Environmental Noise Canceling technology to reduce ambient noise during calls and Active Noise Canceling technology to reduce outside noise up to 32dB. Ambient mode transparency is also provided.
Each earphone weighs 5.5 g and has a built-in 55 mAh battery. The charging case contains an additional 410 mAh battery. Without noise cancellation, the headphones can work up to 10 hours, and with active ANC – up to 7.5 hours. The maximum battery life declared by the manufacturer using the charging case reaches 32 hours with active noise reduction turned off. Charging is done via the USB Type-C port and it will take about 60 minutes to fully charge from 0 to 100%. Connection to mobile devices is carried out via Bluetooth 5.2.
The HONOR Earbuds 3i are available for pre-order in China now and will go on sale on December 2nd. The issue price is 499 yuan, or $70 at the current exchange rate. When the headphones will appear on the world market and whether it will appear at all, the manufacturer did not specify.
Source: Trash Box
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