Sony’s newest WF-1000XM5 earbuds have recently been widely released, and today we have another leak revealing the storied WH-1000XM5 in a new color, alongside Sony’s WF-C700N earphones. Sony should be releasing its newest WF-1000XM5 earbuds very soon.
The press photos that were leaked to us show the true-wireless earphones in black and the brand-new dark blue headphones. According to these press shots, Sony may be making an announcement and launching these goods very shortly.
For those who are unaware, the WF-C700N are the company’s budget-friendly over-the-ear wireless headphones while the Sony WH-1000XM5 are the company’s premium model. The WF-1000XM5, Sony’s premier true-wireless earphones, will join these two.
Roland Quandt, who provided high-resolution press images of the forthcoming Sony headphones, is responsible for the disclosure. First, let’s examine the WH-1000XM5.
The beautiful dark blue hue with dark golden highlights on the new Sony WH-1000XM5 is its tone. Other than that, nothing has altered, and we don’t think this will be a restricted run. I’m not shocked to see this because Sony frequently introduces new color choices for its headphones after they are first introduced. This shade will join the already-present black and brown alternatives.
The Sony WF-C700N, which will come in a variety of hues, comes next. There is the traditional black, followed by the taupe that Sony has been using for a while. Additionally, you get lilac and lime green. Take a peek at the WF-C700N down below.
The insider also revealed some technical details about the forthcoming Sony WF-C700N, such as the case’s weight of 41 grams and the 4.6 grams per earpiece. A 300mAh cell and USB Type-C recharge are included.
The Sony WF-700N will have a battery life of 10 hours without ANC switched on and 7.5 hours with it on, according to the report. With ANC off, the container will offer an extra 20 hours, and with ANC on, an additional 15 hours. Which is unquestionably a good energy life for these tiny earphones. Regarding the cost, the report indicates that you should prepare to spend about €120, or about $130. Not at all shocking, then.