Anker has just unveiled the Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro TWS buds with active noise cancellation via six microphones and HearID. The latter is a feature that personalizes the noise-canceling profile. It does so by looking at the in-ear pressure and how much noise has gone in.
The new Liberty 3 Pro Buds have three transparency modes. The first is the more traditional fully transparent mode. The second mode boosts the volume of human voices. Meanwhile, the third and last enhances the human voice while suppressing ambient noise.
The buds support the LDAC codec and have Hi-Res Audio Wireless certification as well. Additionally, they have multi-point connectivity and AI-based noise reduction for calls.
They also have a redesigned Astria Coaxial Acoustic Architecture (ACAA) version 2.0 that delivers stronger bass and improved mids and treble. It also offers a wider soundstage.
The buds themselves have an IPX4 rating giving them resistance to rain. Moreover, they are said to offer 8 hours of playback and a total of 32 hours with the charging case. The case itself charges via wired and wireless charging.
The Soundcore app lets you select EQ modes, activate 3D Surround Sound, customize touch controls, and more. Additionally, this is where you can set up your HearID.
The Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro comes in Midnight Black, Frost White, Fog Gray, and Dusk Purple colorways. The buds are priced at USD 170, but its listing on Amazon has them for USD 150.