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Sony WH-1000XM4 Leak in promo video, key features revealed

Sony has killed it when it comes to dominating different aspects of the tech world. Everything from consoles to cameras and even headphones. Sony knows what consumers want and continues to supply them. We all know that they will release the Sony WH-1000XM4 quite soon, the successor to the Mark 3, and Sony will make some refinements, and while the company is known to make drastic design changes, everything Sony does is pretty good. .

Sony WH-1000XM4 leaks prior to official launch, has a familiar design and under-the-hood improvements

Now that Sony is not known for making major design changes like Apple, they do know how to make their product range even more refined than before. For example, the Sony WH-1000XM4 looks a lot like its predecessor, but it doesn’t necessarily have to be a bad thing, because the WH-1000XM3 was great for the price you’d pay for it. You can watch the promotional video below. Thanks to Sparrow News.

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Sony plans to launch these headphones on August 6 and this promo video leaves nothing to the imagination as we have all the details you could want from the headphones. Still, we’re going to talk about the features for your convenience.

The headphones come with 40mm hybrid drivers, you have the same but improved gester control as the older headphones, you get real-time audio upscaling via Sony DSEE Extreme software, the ambient sound mode also returns, you will get personalized sound settings based on your location, the Sony WH-1000XM4 also supports Alexa and Google Assistant. The USB Type-C fast that allows 5 hours of playtime with just 10 minutes of charging, you also get 30 hours of battery life for ads and the headphones are available in black and silver.

Granted, most of the features are similar to the Sony WH-1000MX3, but that’s not all. In the video, there is a feature called Wearing Detection, which pauses or resumes the music when you take off or put on the headphones. Chat to Speak is a new feature that pauses the headphone playback when you talk to someone and resumes it after 30 seconds. In addition to these new features, almost everything looks the same. We do expect a refined sound and better build quality, as well as the quality of active noise cancellation.

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