Honor is venturing into personal audio with the launch of the Magic Earbuds. The Magic Earbuds are aimed toward capturing a few of the markets from rival products such because the Apple AirPods Pro and the not too long ago launched Galaxy Buds Plus.
The Magic Earbuds are available in Purple White and Robin Egg Blue colours and have a 10mm driver and Bluetooth 5. The Magic Earbuds weigh simply 5.four g and include a 37 mAh battery, which Honor says ought to be sufficient to offer three hours of calls or three and half hours of steady music playback. Mixed with the charging case, which takes about 1.5 hours to cost over USB-C, count on the Magic Earbuds to final for about 12 hours of calls and 13 hours of music on a single cost.
Whereas the Magic Earbuds are suitable with most units that assist Bluetooth 5, telephones with EMUI 10 profit from prompt pairing and enjoying or pausing music relying on the carrying standing. Moreover, the earphones assist contact controls comparable to double-tapping, which might be configured within the AI Life app.
Whereas a full analysis of the Honor Magic Earbuds is so as, in our restricted with the Magic Earbuds, we felt these earphones undoubtedly lack bass and are heavier on the treble. Whereas the lively noise cancellation seems to be sturdy, we did discover some audio lag over Bluetooth whereas streaming just a few YouTube movies.
The Honor Magic Earbuds will probably be accessible in April for €129 (US$140), which makes them fairly reasonably priced when in comparison with the likes of the Apple AirPods Professional (US$249) and the Galaxy Buds Plus (US$149).