Sony will launch two truly wireless earbuds in June 24th

Sony India is outfitting to dispatch new sound items in India on June 24th, as uncovered by insider Mukul Sharma on Twitter. The dispatch date banner shared by the insider was likewise retweeted by Sony India's authentic record. The brand is advancing the earbuds under #BootYourVibes hashtag. While the mystery banner just incompletely uncovers the up and coming TWS earbuds, we had the option to spot two fresh out of the plastic new models, the Sony WF-SP800N and WF-XB700, on the authority Sony India site with the "coming soon" status. These will be the organization's first-historically speaking really remote buds in the nation. 

While the posting doesn't uncover the evaluating at this time, prior reports propose in any event one of the models will be estimated in the scope of Rs 20,000, which means they fall in the top notch fragment. 

The Sony WF-SP800N sports earbuds accompany computerized clamor dropping help and have an IP55 rating for water and sweat obstruction. The organization claims they can last as long as 9 hours of utilization on a solitary accuse and 18 hours of the charging case and clamor dropping on and 26 hours without. There's likewise Quick charging ready, 10 minutes of energizing allows to an hour of music playback with clamor dropping. They interface by means of Bluetooth and have support for Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa and Siri menial helpers. It has Ambient Sound Mode that keeps you mindful of the environmental factors and contact controls to play, stop, or avoid through tracks and modify the volume. 

With respect to the Sony WF-XB700, the earbuds highlight Extra Bass that conveys punchy low-end sound. It has an IPX4 rating for sprinkles and sweat and the ergonomic structure offers a safe and agreeable hold. The earbuds interface by means of Bluetooth and are said to last as long as 18 hours with the convey case and there's speedy charge support, where a 10-minute energize allows to an hour of music playback.

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