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. 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 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.
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