Huawei first announced the Freebuds Pro 3 alongside the Watch GT 4. We now have the TWS earbuds with us, and we are ready to put them through our lengthy tests, but first, let’s see what’s inside the box.
These Freebuds Pro 3 are Green in name, although the color is very pale. The earbuds are glossy while the case is matte, and both are leaning towards the gray color. At first, everything in the box looks exactly like the Freebuds Pro 2, but the case is actually shorter, and the buds have an improved touch sensor on the stem.
The case of the Freebuds Pro 3 has a USB-C port on the bottom, but it also supports wireless charging, even though Huawei doesn’t mention anything about the Qi standard on the back of the box. The earphones are promising more intelligent active noise cancellation, better calls with clear conversations and dual-device connection.
The battery is the same – it still offers 6.5 hours of continuous play with ANC disabled and a total of 31 hours of playtime with the charge provided in the case. We will take our time to check all these claims and compare them with other similarly priced earbuds.
Huawei is offering the Freebuds Pro 3 for €199/£179 in White, Gray, or Green colors. Our review is coming in a few weeks to help you make an informed decision on whether the purchase is worth it.