HONOR CHOICE True Wireless Earbuds deliver a more stable and faster connection for a better listening experience. The simultaneously synchronising technology powered by Bluetooth 5.0 can reduce latency to as low as 130ms. So whether you are playing games or watching videos, you’ll experience immersive and synchronised sound.
Firstly, the build quality is solid. The charging case is a little larger than I was expecting. The Honor earbuds are quite stocky, but the shape means that they still fit perfectly. The included ear tips are rubber and allowed me to find the perfect size.
Charging is done via USB-C is easy via USB-C. On a single charge, the earbuds let you stream continuously for up to 6 hours. The charging case holds another three full charges, giving you an additional 18 hours of playback. That means the earbuds, together with the charging case, can deliver up to 24 hours of total playback.
A nice feature is after pairing, as soon as you open the charging case the earbuds will automatically connect to your device. There is a little LED on the front which goes blue to indicate this process. This LED will go red when charging and then blue when fully charged.
Honor Choice True Wireless Earbuds Specs:
- Product mode – CE79
- Net weight – About 47.1g
- Wireless connection – Bluetooth 5.0
- Bluetooth protocol – BLE/HFP/A2DP/AVRCP
- Audio Codec – SBC/AAC
- Speaker impedance – 16 ohms
- Earbud battery capacity – 55 mAh (typ.)
- Charging case battery capacity – 500 mAh (typ.)
- QC standard – Q/JH 2-2020
- Charging Port – USB Type-C
The HONOR CHOICE True Wireless Earbuds come with an IP54 rating. This is for light splashes of water or sweat. Combine this with the snug fit and they are perfect for exercising in.
There is noise-cancelling using 4 microphones, powered by Digital Signal Processing technology, to identify what the other party is saying and separate it from ambient interference so that you can listen to the conversation and not the noise. This is all just for phone calls though, so don’t get too excited for your podcasts on the bus.
The finely tuned 7mm diaphragm produces really good sound. Punchy, smooth sound with a subtle mix of the highs and lows without losing sight of the mids. I get clear vocals with clean deep bass, especially on mid and high tone, along with full-bodied sound across the entire frequency range.
Overall, for under £30, the Honor Choice True Wireless Earbuds are a great deal. Finally, check out our other audio reviews.
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