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oraimo’s FreePods Pro, a hybrid active noise cancelling TWS goes official


Oraimo, one of the leading smart accessories brand in Nigeria have just unveiled the latest edition of its FreePods series dubbed FreePods Pro. It is the direct successor to the Oraimo FreePods 3 announced back in December of 2021.

The new FreePods Pro has hybrid active noise cancellation technology that according to oraimo, can get rid of up to 35dB noise, aiding a quiet listening experience in most environment. But if you prefer not to use ANC, the Buds also come with transparency mode that lets you hear your environment even while wearing them.

The wearable is said to be fitted with high efficiency 8mm drivers made with composite diaphragm, providing pristine and beautiful sound signature. It is embellished with Havy Bass, which provides tremendous sound quality and soundgasm while listening to music.

As for the design and built quality, the oraimo FreePods Pro is IPX5 rated for both dust, sweat and water protection. It comes with fast pairing for all Google enabled devices, that means your Android smartphone inclusive.

Oraimo FreePods Pro usage and controls

To enjoy the HavyBass Dual EQ, Press left earbud for 3 seconds to switch between signature sound; while for the HavyBass Gaming Mode, Press right earbud for 3 seconds for Bluetooth low latency to sync  sound with action.

Key Specs of Oraimo FreePods Pro

BT VersionV5.2
Wireless Range10M
Battery Capacity70mAh(each earbud), 510mAh (case) 
Battery LifeUp to 13 hours; Case provides additional 30 hours (ANC OFF)Up to 9 hours; Case provides additional 23 hours (ANC ON)
Case InputType-C

The latest edition of FreePods is also power efficient, you can enjoy hours of music playback; up to 13 hours on the Buds, and an additional 30 hours or 23 hours, depending either ANC is ON or OFF.

Coming to the pricing, the oraimo FreePods Pro is said to come with $69 price tag, an equivalent of about N28,000 Nigerian Naira. However, the company have stated when official sales for the wearable will commence.


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Stephen is the Editor-in-Chief @DroidAfrica. His work on DroidAfrica is born out of pure passion for tech, especially as it relates to smartphones. When Steve is not writing tech, then he is reading tech.


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