Sony WF-1000XM3 TWS will be launch at Rs. 19,999 in India
Sony, one of the best in making audio systems, is going to launch it’s flagship TWS earbuds WF-1000XM3 in coming August for a price of around Rs. 20,000 (check). At this price range we only know about one TWS “AirPods Pro”, and let’s see if it will give tough competition to Apple’s AirPods Pro or not !
The headset launched in 2019 was a tough competitor to Apple’s Airpods and also had minute features better than the Airpods. This new headset also seems to be the rival to the recently launched Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2.
The headset comes with Sony‘s QN1e HD noise-cancelling chip, industry’s leading noise cancellation. The ANC (ACTIVE NOISE CANCELLATION) and DNC (DUAL NOISE CANCELLATION) features are all set on the headset.
Sony’s the best at sealing the noise around you to give the best listening experience. You can peacefully listen to your music while commuting in heavy traffic. People tend to choose Sony for it’s noise cancelling feature. It also has a 6mm dynamic driver , which makes the audio clearer.
Sony WF-1000XM3 will offer Bluetooth 5.0 and NFC enabled for a better and quicker wireless pairing. The DSEE HX audio upscaling, along with SBC and AAC Bluetooth codecs features gives a high resolution wireless audio streaming experience.
The earbuds can be controlled and customised as required using the Sony’s headphone connect app available for android and ios.
It is said to give a battery backup of around 6 hours with active noise cancellation feature enabled and around 8 hours with the feature disabled. The buds come with a bundled case which promises to provide another three full charges, that means a total of 32 Hours of music playback. The case can be charged using a Type-C charger. The earbuds will be water and dust resistant.
The headset is said to be officially launched in India on Amazon’s prime day (6th August) for a price of under Rs. 19,999 (Check). It will also be available as soon as the first week of August in all the company’s offline and online retailers.