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Honor Magic Earbuds announced with hybrid active noise cancellation tech

    HONOR Magic Earbuds has been announced and might be one of the best Apple’s Airpods clone. But the hybrid active noise cancellation tech and touch gesture support are definitely amusing.

    The Magic Earbud is fit workouts, but not in water -it does not feature any type of water resistance. In order to keep it comfortable in your ear, there is something the company called “trapezoidal earbuds” will do the work.

    It completely is powered by Bluetooth 5.0 and supports A2DP 1.3, HFP 1.6, and AVRCP 1.5. The 10mm drivers will likely create a full, crisp sound.

    There is an in-built triple microphone that has adaptive ambient noise-canceling technology that promise excellent call quality. Where each of the earphones has three Micro-Electro-Mechanical System (MEMS) silicon microphones that support voice call noise cancellation, reduces ambient noise and high-quality voice calls.

    HONOR boasts of 3.5 hours of continuous music playback on one charge with 37mAh battery and an extra 13 hour worth of battery life on the 410mAh battery charging case. The earbuds weigh 5.4 grams, while the charging case tips the scales at 51 grams.

    Honor Magic Earbuds

    HONOR Magic Earbuds Specs

    *. Triple-microphone noise cancellation
    *. Battery: 37mAh battery (per bud) and charging case (410mAh battery) with USB Type-C charging support
    *. Support Bluetooth 5.0 to connect to devices
    *. 10mm drivers
    *. Three silicon microphones, supporting uplink noise reduction during calls
    *. Weight: 5.4 g (per earbud), 51g (charging case)

    The new Honor true wireless stereo (TWS) earbud was officially announced in All-Scenario Intelligence Conference, alongside with other products also.

    As expected, the Magic Earbuds comes with a built-in capacitive touch sensor on both earbuds, which support gestures such as double tap and press + hold.

    It is available in Pearl White and Robin Egg Blue color option, which starts at €129 ($140) in Europe from April 2020. The company did not review or commented any more news concerning the US release and pricing.