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Huawei Freebuds 4i new update improves calling experience

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Huawei officially unveiled FreeBuds 4i wireless headsets in Europe this year including two colors Ceramic White and Carbon Black Crystal and the price was fixed at 99 euros. The Freebuds 4i comes with Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) for a noise-free sound experience and it also has a better battery.

Now, the Huawei Freebuds 4i receiving a new firmware update with version number 1.9.0.150 and the update package size is 1.19 MB. Check the changelog below.

Huawei Freebuds 4i Update Version 1.9.0.152 Changelog:

Build Number: 1.9.0.152
Update Size: 1.19 MB
Update Content:
[Optimizations]

  • Improves the stability of the Bluetooth connection
  • Enhances the phone calling experience

You can find an update in two different ways, the headphones must always be connected:

Via the AI ​​Life app

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  1. Opens the AI ​​Life app
  2. Click on the ” HUAWEI FreeBuds 4i ” tile
  3. Click on the “Update” tile at the bottom right
  4. Right at the bottom on the blue button “SEARCH FOR UPDATES”

Via Bluetooth settings

  1. Open your settings
  2. Click on “Bluetooth”
  3. Select the “HUAWEI FreeBuds 4i” (press the gear)
  4. Select “Updates”
  5. Right at the bottom on the blue button “SEARCH FOR UPDATES”

Huawei FreeBuds 4i supports new intelligence audio using the ANC that eliminates unwanted environment by identifying unwanted sound waves and creating precisely inverted signals to neutralize the original sound, thereby reducing distracting background noise to the greatest possible extent.

The FreeBuds 4i comes with a 3D bionic design and it packs a 55mAh battery on each earbud and 215mAh on the charging box. On regular use, a user can listen up to 7.5 hours of music with ANC enabled, 10 hours if disabled. The earbuds take at least 60 minutes to 100% charge inside the box and the charging box takes about 90 minutes (22 hours backup support).

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Huawei is recruiting a new batch of talented young people

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Huawei reportedly started the recruitment of a new batch of talented young people from around the world.

The requirements are as follows: no limitations on schools, majors, or academic qualifications. Special achievements in fields such as mathematics, physics, chemistry, computer science, and artificial intelligence are highly regarded. This includes significant scientific research results, published papers, patents, or awards in top international competitions. Candidates should aspire to become leaders in industry technology.

Huawei said it will provide “genius young people” with world-class challenging topics, top mentors, and global platforms and resources.

According to an email previously released by Huawei, the salaries of “genius teenagers” are paid according to an annual salary system, with three levels: 896,000-1,008,000 yuan, 1,405,000-1,565,000 yuan, and 1.82 million-2,010,000 yuan.

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Huawei Nova 13 series launch reportedly postponed

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The release of Huawei’s Nova 13 series mobile phones has been postponed, and the Nova small folding phone is tentatively scheduled for August 2024.

Huawei’s next core product should be the Nova 13 series, all of which will be equipped with Kirin 5G chips as standard, and Ultra Satellite Communication.

As early as last month, there were reports that Huawei will release a small folding screen phone in the nova series in early August this year.

Huawei considered releasing its nova series vertical folding phone in May this year at the end of last year, but the time was repeatedly postponed.

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Huawei’s new smartwatch passed certification

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Huawei’s new watches with model numbers VLI-B29 and VLI-B19 have passed the domestic CQC certification, are equipped with a charging base, and support 18W charging.

As per the certification details the watch is manufactured by Weifang Jingwei Gaoke Electronic Technology Co., Ltd. The product is called a smart watch, supports audio storage and playback functions , and is sold without a power adapter.

The two watches (VLI-B29, VLI-B19) are similar in model specifications, functions and accessories, and are expected to be products of the same series; in addition, the charging base model of this series of watches is CW03, which is consistent with the pre-installed charging base of Huawei WATCH 4.

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