Anker has introduced the new TWS Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro headphones

Company anchor launches new TWS headphones Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro, which bring several improvements over the previous generation. The information was provided by the portal GSMArena.

The manufacturer has significantly improved the sound and brought a more advanced ANC mode

The biggest improvement is the ANC (Active Noise Cancellation) noise reduction mode. It uses 6 microphones and the HearID function, which precisely sets the ANC profile for a specific user according to the pressure in the ear. The ANC also includes a transparent mode with three modes – full, amplifying only human voices, or a third, which combines amplifying human voices and attenuating the sounds of the environment.


The headphones also support multipoint connectivity and the AI ​​function for noise reduction during phone calls. LDAC codec support and Hi-Res Audio Wireless certification are available for clear audio. Anker also upgraded its Astria Coaxial Acoustic Architecture (ACAA) headphone design to version 2.0. As a result, they offer stronger bass, improved mids and highs, as well as an expansion of the sound stage.

There is also water resistance or wireless charging

An equalizer is also present via the Soundcore application on your smartphone. You can also activate the 3D Surround Sound function and set the touch buttons on the headphones to control music and receive calls. In the application, it is also possible to set your own profile in the mentioned HearID function for the noise suppression mode.


The headphone body has a new design for more comfortable holding in the ears and IPX4 water resistance certification against rain. The headphones last up to 8 hours to play music on a single charge, and the charging case extends the life for a total of 32 hours. After 15 minutes of charging, the user gets 3 hours of playback. The case can be charged with a USB-C cable and also wirelessly. Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro will be sold in Europe for 140 euros.

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