Earbuds have become the trend, notable brands Like Samsung, Oraimo have craved a niche for themselves in the market – however, Sony seems to be stepping on all toes to make it a lot better, with the release of its WF-1000XM3, which is a noise-cancelling bud.
Two years ago, when the brand first launched the WF-1000XM buds, it looked like the market would not be more innovative and this is exactly why the brand’s new release has taken a lot more technological advancement with this new release.
One of the most interesting features on the buds is the improvement the brand has promised in terms of battery and design.
The earbuds now come with a slicker design with the buds, some room for the bass and a capacitive surface that can be set up to do various tasks with different gestures, including the popular finger/hand over the earphone to let ambient sound through when a user is having a conversation.
Sony also claims that the Headphones Connect app will offer a feature called Adaptive Sound Control that detects what you are doing and enhances important noises like a car honking while you’re on the street or a train announcement while waiting at the platform.
The buds are said to operate on Bluetooth 5.0 and can stay connected within a ten-meter radius.
It packs a battery and Sony says charging the earbuds take approximately 1.5 hours, while continuous music playback could go on for 6 hours with the NC on or 8 hours if you turn it off.
These buds are expected to be available by August, in Black or Silver and are to sell at about $250.