The main feature of these Earbuds is noise cancellation, which Honor says it designed around a few use cases including coffee shops and airplanes.
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Bluetooth calling seems a priority here, with three dedicated mics for clear calling, and the ability to touch the buds to answer calls.
There's also a 10mm driver unit here, so you should get decent sound.
We have a vague release date for the Honor Magic Earbuds, which is 'April', although we're not sure which regions will see it. There's a clue in the fact the only price we know for the earphones is in Euros, at €129 (roughly £110, $140, AU$210), so they seem pretty affordable.
When the Honor Magic Earbuds become available we'll make sure to test them out and let you know if they're any good for you, and if they throw the AirPods any competition.