Sony is close to launching a new version of your WH-1000X headphones, which have just filtered all its technical specifications on the network, showing very interesting news but also a certain commitment to continuity.
In addition to the video game and mobile phone market, Sony has a good division in sound with one of the best wireless headband headphones on the market such as WH-1000X. Well, a new version has just been leaked, showing all the news on a device that could be on the market.
The successor to the WH-1000XM3 just showcased virtually all of its technical features and images in a recent leak. The information comes from the Twitter user justplayinghard, which has shown the technical specifications extracted from the latest version of the Sony Headphones Connect application.
Sony WH-1000XM4 Info from Headphone Connect 7.0.1
Looks identical to the XM3.
It’ll be able to change some (if not all) headphone settings based on your location (set locations or your own) and uses Google Maps API for it.
New DSSE Extreme (also on X1ii), probably AI Upscaling pic.twitter.com/7hpGMIE7Bb
– JustPlayingHard (@justplayinghard) May 21, 2020
The most important novelty of this new version of Sony headphones is that it will have multi-device pairing. This will allow users to pair two devices at the same time, without the need to be pairing it over and over again every time we switch connected devices. And is that the current model that is on the market, requires us to reconnect if we want to use a different device.
In addition to the above, another interesting novelty is a function called Smart Talking, which will allow these new headphones to detect voices and adjust the ambient sound so that we can listen to conversations without removing the headphones. It’s a bit like the feature called “surround sound mode” that current headphones have, but it seems to have been taken to a new level.
In addition to the information regarding news, its design has also been shown, which as you can see is practically traced to the M3 that is currently on the market.
In any case, it is not the first time that these Sony headphones have been filtered, since they had previously appeared in the Brazilian regulatory agency where it was already intuited that this new version of the headphones would have a longer battery life, possibly reaching the 40-hour range on a single charge.
At the moment it is unknown when these new Sony headphones will be announced, but it is likely that they are ready to be purchased throughout the summer.