|Huawei Launches FreeBuds Pro 2+ Headphones with Heart Rate and Body Temperature Monitoring.|
Borneotribun.com - Huawei has released its latest TWS earbuds, the FreeBuds Pro 2+, which is the world's first model with the capability to measure the user's heart rate and body temperature. This new feature is in addition to the Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) technology that is still effective up to 47 dB, and several sound playback modes that adjust to the user's head movements.
The FreeBuds Pro 2+ boasts an 11mm customized Devialet driver, just like the original FreeBuds Pro 2, and supports codecs such as LDAC, L2HC, and HWA. The earbuds also feature Sound Pressure Turbo technology that enhances bass, and users can adjust the sound to their liking using the equalizer in the mobile app.
The TruSeen heart rate algorithm on the FreeBuds Pro 2+ is said to be accurate up to 95%, and users will receive notifications on their smartphones if their heart rate is too high or low. The headphones are protected by the IP54 standard, and the playback control is done through a touchpad on the earbud.
In terms of battery life, users can expect up to 5.8 hours of music playback at 50% volume without ANC, and up to 3.7 hours with noise reduction. With the charging case, users can rely on a total of 17 and 27 hours of listening time, respectively. The case also supports Qi wireless charging.
The FreeBuds Pro 2+ will be available in China on April 7th for 1499 yuan (approximately 16,800 rubles). Huawei's latest release is expected to appeal to fitness enthusiasts and those looking for a high-quality audio experience. The headphones are a testament to Huawei's commitment to innovation and their desire to provide users with the latest technology.