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Huawei FreeLace earphones are the fresh edition in the company’s launching different products. It can be disconnected from one another, exposing a USB-C plug that can be jacked into your Huawei phone to facilitate seamless Bluetooth pairing or simply charge up the buds. This eliminates the need for a separate charging cable, and it sidesteps one of the biggest pain points with wireless audio.

The Huawei FreeLace earphones are rated to last for 18 hours of music or 12 hours of calls on a single charge. And they can be fast-charged to run for four hours off of five minutes of being plugged in.

Huawei FreeLace Earphones

The FreeLace design’s with a 9.2mm diameter driver unit and also enhance voice communications with a dual-cavity design for the microphones. The Huawei FreeLace will be available in graphite black, amber sunrise, emerald green, and moonlight silver.

There are audio controls on both sides of the wire, which helps to balance out the weight of each side. The battery is also split between the sides for the same reason.

The design is IPX5-certified for water and sweat resistance. The weight is balanced, and the two stretched out modules housing batteries and the in-line volume and playback controls. Huawei has done a awesome job of creating chunky, clicky buttons that are a pleasure to use with the FreeLace.

Rather than having to find a USB-C cable to charger your headphones, you simply separate the cable new the volume buttons and have a USB-C male end that you plug into your smartphone to charge. Huawei smartphones running EMUI 9.1 will automatically recognize the FreeLace and then pair them to the phone

Huawei FreeLace earphones are wireless and going on first impressions alone, seem a more fascinating option for audio on the go. There are no slim wires, instead, a chunky orange (or black) band contains controls, microphones, a battery rated for 18 hours of playback (no case needed) and even the USB-C charging port.