The Huawei FreeBuds Lite True Wireless In-Ears might initially seem stylish, sophisticated and something more akin to high-value headphone models, but there’s a lot of disappointment to brace for in the sound department. Not that’s even mentioning a rather lacklustre set of controls that work against user intuition. Sound is too unbalanced for my liking, with an image that doesn’t have anywhere near enough substance. This can is nullified to a minor extent when audio is equalized, but it’s too little to distract away from the ultimate experience that never really was. An overly sensitive control interface and too few functions make these a foe to user-friendliness. Ultimately, I’m left with a mixed bag of feelings after taking the time to test these FreeBuds Lite in-ears. If that attractively low RRP has caught your attention and refuses to let you shake it off, it’s definitely worth taking some time to trial these in-ears before you delve in at the full asking price.