After releasing wireless earbuds at affordable prices, Sony decided to bring another product in the TWS segment.
The company has announced WF-1000XM3 TWS true wireless earphones in India. The earbuds are said to have the best features and specs so far. Here is what you need to know.
Sony WF-1000XM3 TWS Specs and Features
The Sony WF-1000XM3 TWS earbuds have a Dual Noise sensor and Noise-Cancelling processor that can cancel all noise from the background. The wireless earbuds also feature Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity.
The best part is that the Sony WF-1000XM3 TWS can offer 24 hours of battery with noise cancellation mode, and 32 hours of a battery without that function. Besides, the new Sony wireless earbuds comes with a touch sensor, quick attention mode, wearing detection, and Adaptive Sound Control.
Other features include built-in voice assistant support for Siri, Alexa, and Google Assistant, and touch control settings. The Sony WF-1000XM3 TWS are also available in two sleek color options, white and beige, and black and gold.
Sony WF-1000XM3 TWS Costs and Availability
The recently launched wireless earbuds will come with a price tag of Rs. 19,990 on the Indian markets. Sony also introduced an exclusive offer. You can buy the wireless earbuds at Rs. 17,900 for only 10 days.
The Sony WF-1000XM3 TWS wireless earbuds will be available on Amazon, the company’s official website, and some online stores from August 6.
Sony WF-1000XM3 TWS and Its Competition: What to Expect
Sony is quite famous, and there is no doubt that the company succeeded in bringing one of the best products over the years. Still, all phone manufacturers are launching products in the same segment. For instance, Vivo, Realme, Tecno, or Infinix have launched wireless earbuds with sleek features and affordable price tags. So, could Sony become a game-changer?
Mani Balan, Sony’s Product Manager for Audio business, explained that they will always focus on some of the best and modern features, and cool designs. He mentioned features such as AI skills, Voice assistants, Ambient sound mode, Quick attention mode, and more.
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