Sony recently launched the WH-1000XM4 headphones. The company is now rumoured to launch the truly-wireless earbuds version of its popular headphones later this year. According to a new report, the Sony TWS is slated to launch in June 2021. Leaked FCC documents spotted by The Walkman Blog suggest that the Sony WF-1000XM4 will launch on or before June 8. The design and some key features have also leaked ahead of the launch. It will have a slightly different design compared to its predecessor. The charging case is also rumoured to offer wireless charging support. Let’s take a look at the Sony WF-1000XM4 design, specifications, and other details.
Sony WF-1000XM4 TWS tipped to launch on June 8; design and features leaked
Sony could launch new TWS earbuds in June. According to a new report, the Sony WF-1000XM4 will launch on or before June 8.
The report by The Walkman Blog makes the claim based on the FCC listing. The report also reveals some of the key features and the design of Sony’s upcoming earbuds. The design is different from its predecessor. It will have a golden circular cylinder on the outside of the earbuds. The charging pins and proximity sensor are located on the underside of the earbuds.
Sony’s upcoming TWS will also feature wireless charging support. According to the report, the charging case will support wireless charging. It is also claimed to fast charge the TWS and offer 120 minutes of playback in 10 minutes of charge time.
Other specs include support for Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), Bluetooth 5.1/5.2 technology, etc. The TWS is also said to offer an improved battery life and sound quality. Sony will also launch the TWS with a new noise reduction processor.
This is all the information we have on the upcoming Sony wireless earbuds. We will share more details as and when more information is available. The company is yet to make an official announcement on the WF-1000XM4 launch. What are your thoughts on the Sony TWS earbuds? Do let us know in the comments below.
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