Sony It is one of the biggest references in the audio industry. The Japanese manufacturer has an undoubted array of devices, such as its latest noise canceling headphones. And now, the company seems to be working on it arrival of LinkBuds.
Sony LinkBuds were the headphones that the manufacturer introduced a few months ago. A long team created for a very specific group of users who offer a unique design and don’t want complete isolation, so there hasn’t been any type of noise cancellation. Now, we have learned the existence of being. Sony LinkBuds S, A new version for a wider audience.
As reported by German portal WinFuture, Sony is working on new headphones codenamed WF-LS900, which will offer a much more restrained design than the original LinkBuds.
Everything we know about the Sony LinkBuds S
According to the information published by WinFuture, these new TWS headphones from the Japanese manufacturer will be much lighter, each unit will weigh 4.8 gramsIn addition to having a much more traditional design, most interestingly, they will also offer noise cancellation.
The idea of the company is to present these headphones as a mid-range product: small, light, with good autonomy and better acoustic environment. Add Noise Canceling You have a very complete product that can compete head-to-head with (ANC) and Apple’s AirPods.
As for the features of this Sony LinkBuds S, let’s just say that they will be splash resistant thanks to their c.IPX4 certificationas well as having 5mm drivers to deliver high definition audio by having the main codecs in the industry.
We don’t know the total autonomy with the charging case they will likely include, but the leak suggests that the Sony LinkBuds S will offer 6 hours of autonomy. We can assume that 25-30 hours of use will be achieved with the cap.
Finally, this model will feature the Sony WF-1000XM4’s Talk to Chat function, so the music will automatically stop when you talk to someone. Release date unknown, but close. Regarding the price of these Sony LinkBuds S, they will cost 199 euros, A reasonable figure for the most complete product.
Source: Cincodias Elpais