Tech Phones Review: HONOR CHOICE True Wireless Earbuds

Review: HONOR CHOICE True Wireless Earbuds

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It’s time to review the HONOR CHOICE True Wireless Earbuds.

The HONOR CHOICE True Wireless Earbuds is part of the HONOR CHOICE product portfolio, co-developed with a select group of industry-leading manufacturers, that forms the core of HONOR’s smart life ecosystem, representing the “N” in our “1 + 8 + N” IoT strategy. The HONOR CHOICE True Wireless Earbuds delivers a true wireless seamless listening experience with premium sound quality and unparalleled long-lasting battery life, all packed into an intuitive and smart design.

Specifications

  • Chips: BES2300IU 
  • Earbuds battery capacity: 55 mAh 
  • Charging case battery capacity: 500 mAh 
  • Battery life: 6 hours / 24 hours 
  • Noise-cancelling technology: Dual-microphone noise-cancelling technology
  • Diaphragm speaker: 7mm 
  • Earbuds charging time: 1.5 hours
  • Output: 5V/1A 
  • Charging port: Type-C 
  • Communication distance: 10m 
  • Bluetooth Standard: Bluetooth 5.0 
  • Bluetooth protocol: BLE / HFP / A2DP / AVRCP 
  • Transmission standard: SBS / AAC
  • Ingress Protection standard: IP54 
  • Phone calls usage time: 4 hours  
  • Control: Touch-control 
  • Weight: 4.4g (earbuds) / 38.3 g (charging case) 

What’s in the box?

The box contains the earbuds, a charging case, ear tips, a charging cable and instructions.

A Closer Look

Final Thoughts

When you open the box the first thing you notice is how much the earbuds with their charging case looks like a pair of Apple AirPods, and you would be right.

Pairing the earbuds with your device is very simple, and once the initial pairing has taken place each time you open the case the earbuds are automatically connected to your device so that you are ready to listen to instantly.

The earbuds themselves fit comfortably in your ears and in the box are different ear tips so you can find the ones that are most comfortable for you to wear. Always take the time to make sure they do fit properly, your ears will thank you!

The sound quality when listening to music or watching a movie was very good.

When using the earbuds to make phone calls, each earbud has two separate microphones to help remove the ambient background noise, and they work very well. Even using it in a noisy train station worked well and the person I was talking to said it was like I was “in the next room”, although at times it did come across a little muffled.

You can control everything from the earbuds themselves – just tap on either earbud for the relevant function you want to perform, such as pausing the music, skip to the next track or even reject an incoming phone call. It’s all really easy once you get used to what each type of tap does.

Battery wise the earbuds last around 6 hours on a full charge. The case holds another 3 full charges giving you a total of around 24 hours usage, which is really good! To charge the earbuds in the case you just pop them back in and the magnetic case snaps shut and the earbuds start charging (as long as there is charge left in the case). Just make sure you remember to charge the case regularly.

The earbuds themselves are IP53 certified which means that light water splashes or sweat won’t cause any issue to them.

If you are looking for a good quality set of wireless earbuds that have great battery life at a great price then look no further than the HONOR CHOICE True Wireless Earbuds.

The HONOR CHOICE True Wireless Earbuds are available now priced around £50.

You can learn more from the HONOR website.

Andrew Edneyhttps://moviesgamesandtech.com
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.

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