Sony WF-1000XM3 truly wireless earphones with ANC feature announced

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Sony has a new truly wireless earphones in the market. Just out of the machine of Press Release, the Japanese company has announced the launch of its new audio gear. With the market shifting towards truly wireless earphones, it was a no-brainer for the brand to introduce a new product in this market. The new Sony WF-1000XM3 are equipped with active noise cancellation. Let’s talk about it briefly below. 

Sony WF-1000XM3 Features 

The highlight of the new Sony truly wireless earphones is its ANC feature. The brand claims the HD noise canceling processor QN1e comes with dual noise sensor technology. It is said to make sure high-quality noise-free audio experience. 

The 6mm driver unit powers the audio on these truly wireless earphones. One of the interesting features on this Sony truly wireless is the 32 hours of playtime. The built-in battery can be fast charged as well. Its magnetic charging case charges through USB Type-C port.


It comes with support for Google Voice Assistant, which should be helpful if you’re someone who actively uses the assistant. The other controls like automatic pause/play and adaptive sound control allow for better user experience while you’re on the go. 

Talking about the design of the Sony WF-1000MX3, they weigh around 17 grams and features a Tri-hold structure for a secure fit. The company claims they are equipped with high friction rubber surface. Thus, ensuring these earbuds will stay snug.

These earphones will be available in two colour options – Black and Silver. They are priced at Rs 18,900 approximately (220 GBP/$276). They are said to go on sale sometime in mid-August in various markets. Unfortunately, India availability is unknown for now. 

What do you guys think of the new Sony WF-1000MX3 truly wireless earphones? Let us know in the comment section below.


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