After conducting tests, on the Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 year we were truly impressed by their sound quality and highly effective noise cancellation capabilities. These features made them stand out as one of our choices among wireless earbuds.

However Huawei recognized that there was still room for improvement with the FreeBuds Pro 2. As a result they have now introduced a advanced version called the Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2+.

This upgraded model maintains the audio system tuned by Devialet while introducing new additions such, as the ability to measure heart rate and body temperature.

Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2+, all the information

The appearance of the earbuds has changed slightly compared to the original version. They now come in a new white color with gold accents and incorporate a series of sensors that were not present before.

These sensors are designed to monitor heart rate through an infrared system responsible for supporting Huawei’s TruSeen heart rate measurement algorithm.

But that’s not all: the earbuds can also measure body temperature through a series of sensors and algorithms capable of intelligently performing this type of measurement, thus providing relevant information to the user during various activities.

The Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2+ are available in a new and striking white color with gold accents

The FreeBuds Pro 2+ maintain the dual-driver system tuned by Devialet, and include Hi-Res Audio Wireless certification as well as LDAC codec compatibility. The spatial audio system with head movement tracking is also present, compatible with major music and video streaming platforms.

The active noise cancellation system uses a three-microphone array to suppress external sounds up to 47 dB. Additionally, Huawei includes a dynamic cancellation mode that analyzes external sound to generate a personalized cancellation profile.

Price of the Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2+ and where to buy

The Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2+ have gone on sale in China, where they can already be purchased through Huawei’s official online store. They have an official price of 1,499 yuan, about 201 USD at the exchange rate. Thus, they are positioned above the new Huawei FreeBuds 5, which were also unveiled today.

At the moment, Huawei has not revealed if this version of their earbuds will be sold in the rest of the world. If so, they will likely be announced in the global market during their next launch event, scheduled for May 9th.

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