Huami introduced two true wireless earbuds, the Amazfit PowerBuds and the Amazfit ZenBuds.
The Amazfit PowerBuds come with charging case and removable magnetic sport ear hooks for workouts. It has real-time heart-rate monitoring with the built-in Huami PPG heart rate sensor. The earbuds have Thru Mode that enhances ambient sound and a Motion Beat Mode to enhance bass when exercising. The PowerBuds also has IP55 water and dust resistance, ENC dual-microphone noise reduction, tap controls, and can also be controlled via XiaoAI, Siri, or Google Assistant. The buds run on an 8-hour battery that can be extended up to 24 hours via the charging case.
On the other hand, the Amazfit ZenBuds are noise-blocking in-ear earbuds designed for sleep. The buds utilize a Knowles Balanced Armature and can play different sleep-inducing sounds. The ZenBuds can automatically detect when a user is asleep and will turn off sounds. It will then collect data on body position, movement, sleep patterns, and track the user’s heart rate. The ZenBuds offer 12 hours of battery life but can be extended up to 8 nights via the charging case.
The Amazfit PowerBuds are priced at USD 99.99 and will be available by February. Huami has yet to announce the price and availability of the Amazfit ZenBuds.