Here is the review of the Honor Earbuds 2 Lite coming soon to Honor UK priced at £69.99, or get them now from Robert Dyas the earbuds coming in a compact case for you to put in your pocket with no problems at all.
Glacier White version of the HONOR Earbuds 2 Lite, as you can see in the photo above. It is made of plastic and comes with a glossy finish. On the front, you can see the HONOR mark accompanied by an LED charging indicator just above it.
To the right of the case is where you’ll find the Function button, you can simply hold it for two seconds for it to go into pairing mode (white LED flashing) and connect the headphones with the device.
The headphones come in an in-ear design and the tips are swapped with the ones they provide in the box. If the pattern doesn’t fit you well, try the spare parts.
- Drivers: 10mm dynamic
- Frequency response: 20 Hz – 20,000 Hz
- Headset Type: True wireless, in-ear
- Connection: Bluetooth 5.2
- Wireless range: 10m
- Noise cancellation: active with ANC
- Battery: Headphones up to 10 hours of playback; Case 3x Full Charge (up to 32 hours in total)
The design itself is not unique, very similar to other companies, regardless of that, this design helps so that you can easily pull it out of your ears without accidentally entering a touch command on it, which happens to me sometimes while using TWS headphones in general.
The Earbuds 2 Lite has a well-balanced EQ preset where the clarity is there and the bass is at a proper level. There is a noticeable delay when I played mobile games with them, but that’s to be expected. You would be better off with wired options if you are looking to use your games competitively.
Also, in voice calls the audio quality is good if you are listening to it, testing with a friend of mine, I had no problem listening to the conversation, I had no problems wearing them.
When it comes to listening to music, active noise cancellation is very good. While the noise isolation is good enough on its own, the ANC does its job very well. Of course, it doesn’t compare to more expensive big headphones, those that feel like we’re in a vacuum.
Going to the touch controls, the headphones preset configuration is basic: music play/pause (2x play on both sides) and switching noise cancelling mode (hold the headphones). You can customize it by downloading the HUAWEI AI Life app, but I wish they could have added the usual settings like skip, rewind and volume control by default.
HONOR announced that the headphones can last up to 10 hours (with ANC turned off) and up to 32 hours with the charging box. From my own experience using it, they lasted almost as long as they claimed. Of course, this comes down to usage, like adjusting the volume and whether noise cancellation is turned on or off, but in the end, I wasn’t disappointed. It’s definitely long enough to last all day.
With the HONOR Earbuds 2 Lite, you get fast charging that can power the device to 40% in just 10 minutes, providing 4 hours of non-stop music playback.
The sound quality from the Honor Earbuds 2 Lite, is more than the price you pay for them.