In recent years, the true wireless headset market has boomed. One of the main reasons is that major mobile phone manufacturers have removed the 3.5mm headset jack. With Apple AirPods as the leader, the acceptance of truly wireless headsets is getting higher and higher. As a major audio manufacturer, Sony is naturally unwilling to lag behind and launched the WF-1000XM3 in August 2019.
After nearly 2 years, it seems that Sony is finally about to update its own line of true wireless headphones. Judging from the exposed pictures, the new headset will be named Sony WF-1000XM4 TWS Headset, and the appearance design has been greatly changed. The first is that the overall shape of the headset is more rounded, and there is a golden metal part underneath. I don’t know what it is for.
In addition, the new Sony WF-1000XM4 also supports Hi-Res AUDIO and active noise reduction. In addition, WF-1000XM4 supports a 6+18 combination in terms of battery life, that is to say, the headset body plus the charging box can get a total of 24 hours of listening time. With the active noise reduction function, it should be a big hit.