Huawei introduced the world’s first wireless headphones with a thermometer

The Chinese company Huawei introduced the first wireless headphones on the market with a thermometer and a heart rate monitor. Data about the heart rate of a person is transmitted to the application, which will notify the user when it is abnormal.

Huawei introduced the world’s first wireless headphones with a thermometer

About the release of the world’s first wireless in-ear headphones with built-in thermometer and heart rate monitor writes Huawei Central.

FreeBuds Pro 2+ features the industry’s first 3D multi-sensor architecture with an intelligent temperature measurement algorithm. Heart rate is measured by a dual-mode heart rate sensor.

The vital signs of the wearer of the earphones are transmitted to the application, which will send a notification to the user if these indicators turn out to be abnormal.

The headphones have active noise cancellation, can reproduce high quality surround sound and support L2HC and LDACTM codecs.

So far, FreeBuds Pro 2+ are only released for the Chinese market. In terms of Russian currency, the gadget costs 17 thousand rubles (1499 Chinese yuan).

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