Honor Magic Earbuds review

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Specs / Features


Overview
Type In-Ear
Volume Control No
Playback Control Yes
Noise Canceling Yes
Specification
Warranty (Months) 24 months
Release date May 5, 2020
Size
Weight N/A

Critic Reviews


Tech Advisor

Offer a familiar design and active noise cancellation for below £100

from Tech Advisor

The Honor Magic Earbuds deliver solid, if bass-heavy, sound for the price, but there are compromises to get there. The Apple-esque design is attractive, but unremarkable; the active noise cancellation works, but muffles rather than blocking sound entirely; and the battery life is average at best....More

The Honor Magic Earbuds deliver solid, if bass-heavy, sound for the price, but there are compromises to get there. The Apple-esque design is attractive, but unremarkable; the active noise cancellation works, but muffles rather than blocking sound entirely; and the battery life is average at best. For £89.99 it’s not a bad proposition, but only if you really want ANC - otherwise you’ll find better bang for your buck elsewhere.

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Notebookcheck

Deliver a lot for not much money

from Notebookcheck

The Honor Magic Earbuds show that you do not need to spend hundreds to get good TWS earbuds. Above all, the earbuds offer good sound quality and are comfortable to wear. The earbuds' ANC works well too at cutting out background noise.

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The Honor Magic Earbuds show that you do not need to spend hundreds to get good TWS earbuds. Above all, the earbuds offer good sound quality and are comfortable to wear. The earbuds' ANC works well too at cutting out background noise.

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KnowTechie

They’re fine… just fine

from KnowTechie

While they failed to knock my socks off, they’re still reasonable value for the price. Honor wins points on design and ANC performance. But when it comes to sound and battery life, their report card shows a measly C+. Must try harder.

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While they failed to knock my socks off, they’re still reasonable value for the price. Honor wins points on design and ANC performance. But when it comes to sound and battery life, their report card shows a measly C+. Must try harder.

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uSwitch

Great for calling but not for audiophiles

from uSwitch

Audiophiles may be disappointed but as multipurpose wireless earbuds go, there are not many alternatives at this price point. Noise cancelling is excellent, and despite some reservation when it comes to battery life, they are a dependable pair of earphones at a reasonable price.

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Audiophiles may be disappointed but as multipurpose wireless earbuds go, there are not many alternatives at this price point. Noise cancelling is excellent, and despite some reservation when it comes to battery life, they are a dependable pair of earphones at a reasonable price.

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GSMArena

A solid choice for casual listeners

from GSMArena

The Honor Magic Earbuds will serve a lot of use-cases well - they get the job done and they look good. Yes, the audio quality is mediocre - way beyond what SoundSport Free by Bose or the AirPods Pro can offer, but Honor clearly targets far more casual listeners.

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The Honor Magic Earbuds will serve a lot of use-cases well - they get the job done and they look good. Yes, the audio quality is mediocre - way beyond what SoundSport Free by Bose or the AirPods Pro can offer, but Honor clearly targets far more casual listeners.

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XDA Developers

Distinctly average Bluetooth wireless earbuds

from XDA Developers

The Honor Magic Earbuds are comfortable in the ear, produce average sound quality, and offer decent active noise canceling capabilities for the price. However, their battery life and lack of options in controls may entice you to look elsewhere. As a set of truly wireless earbuds, they certainly do the job and may be worth picking up.

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The Honor Magic Earbuds are comfortable in the ear, produce average sound quality, and offer decent active noise canceling capabilities for the price. However, their battery life and lack of options in controls may entice you to look elsewhere. As a set of truly wireless earbuds, they certainly do the job and may be worth picking up.

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Coolsmartphone

Fantastic sound and noise cancellation, a smooth and swish design

from Coolsmartphone

Overall, these are real Apple AirPod challengers. A lovely design, precise fit, great battery life, brilliant sound. If you’re an Android owner and you’re sick of being surrounded by AirPods, get these. Well worth your money.

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Overall, these are real Apple AirPod challengers. A lovely design, precise fit, great battery life, brilliant sound. If you’re an Android owner and you’re sick of being surrounded by AirPods, get these. Well worth your money.

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AndroidPIT

Punchy but not peaceful

from AndroidPIT

For the price of just under 100 bucks, the Honor Magic Earbuds are a solid pair of earbuds with all of the modern conveniences we are used to these such as fast pairing, good battery life, and a compact carry case. The ANC side of this product does feel a little tagged on as a marketing gimmick....More

For the price of just under 100 bucks, the Honor Magic Earbuds are a solid pair of earbuds with all of the modern conveniences we are used to these such as fast pairing, good battery life, and a compact carry case. The ANC side of this product does feel a little tagged on as a marketing gimmick. Yet, for owners of Honor and Huawei smartphones who are looking for an affordable AirPods Pro-like headphones solution, with all of the hardware-software optimizations that come from sticking to one ecosystem, the Honor Magic Earbuds are a decent buy.

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TrustedReviews

A perfectly acceptable wireless earbuds for casual listeners on a strict budget

from TrustedReviews

The Honor Magic Earbuds have a surprisingly developed feature set considering their low price. They are capable enough to satisfy most casual music and podcast listener’s needs, but their short battery life and middling audio quality mean even moderately serious music fans will be better off paying a little more for a competing set.

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The Honor Magic Earbuds have a surprisingly developed feature set considering their low price. They are capable enough to satisfy most casual music and podcast listener’s needs, but their short battery life and middling audio quality mean even moderately serious music fans will be better off paying a little more for a competing set.

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TechRadar

There's little magic here for Honor's AirPod imitators

from TechRadar

The Honor Magic Earbuds offer a satisfying collection of features for their mid-range price tag, including active noise-cancelling and pleasing auto pause functionality. Audio, however, is a bit rough around the edges, and we can’t help but feel that the sound should have been more controlled.

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The Honor Magic Earbuds offer a satisfying collection of features for their mid-range price tag, including active noise-cancelling and pleasing auto pause functionality. Audio, however, is a bit rough around the edges, and we can’t help but feel that the sound should have been more controlled.

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