Sony’s upcoming WF-1000XM4 earbuds are here again, all unless it’s confirmed shows the new scheme we see the beginning of the month. In an article seen by The Ship, German -speaking outlet WinFuture shared several official looks giving the headphones and details of the new V1 processor they will unveil. Offered the chip will provide excellent noise performance enhancement, support for Sony’s LDAC Bluetooth codec and better battery life.
On the ANC, the WF-1000XM4 will offer up to eight hours of battery life on a single charge, according to WinFuture. By turning off the feature, the number reportedly increases by 12 hours. With a charging case attached and depending on how much you use ANC, it is possible to get between 24 and 36 hours full. Sony has also added support for Qi wireless charging case. This time, the earbuds will also carry an IPX4 certification. The lack of water and sweat resistance is one of the few missing parts of Sony very good WF-1000XM3, so that’s a nice addition.
WinFuture did not share US pricing details and availability, but the outlet claims the WF-1000XM4 will soon hit European store shelves at € 279.90. It is suggested that they are more expensive in the US than the $ 230 WF-1000XM3 sold when they come out in 2019.
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