The highly anticipated, heavily leaked Sony WF-1000XM4 true wireless earbuds could be officially unveiled next week.
Sony has set up YouTube livestream on its official channel titled "Truly Silent. Tailored 4 you", as reported by GSMArena (opens in new tab). The stream is timed to begin at 1am on 9th June in Tokyo (5pm BST, 12pm ET, 9am PT on 8th June).
Sony's WF-1000XM4 wireless earbuds have been well and truly leaked in recent weeks, leading to speculation that an official launch could be imminent. The 9th is nothing more than a prediction at this stage, but that tagline does hint at a fourth-generation product.
Like their predecessors, the excellent WF-1000XM3, the XM4 are tipped for active noise cancellation (ANC), although it should be more effective this time round thanks to a new Sony V1 processor.
Battery life should be much better too. Just last week we reported that Sony's next noise-cancelling buds are tipped for an eight-hour battery life and water resistance.
WinFuture (opens in new tab) even claims to have leaked the price: €279.90 (that's about £240/$397/AU$442). The XM3 launched for £220/$230, but you can pick them up for much less than that with a Sony WF-1000XM3 deal.
Have more cash to splash and want to hold out for the all-new XM4? We don't blame you...
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