Sony WF-H800 TWS earbuds with up to 16 hours battery life launched in India at Rs 14,990

Sony WF-H800 - Feature Image

Sony has announced its all-new TWS earbuds in India dubbed as WF-H800. It will be available for purchase in Black starting from today. Powered by a range of exciting features, the all-new Sony TWS earbuds have a lot to offer. After WF-XB700, this is it’s latest in the sub-Rs 20,000 price segment as they are priced at Rs 14,990. Let’s talk about the specifications of the Sony WF-H800. 

Sony WF-H800 – Specifications 

Sony’s new TWS earbuds bring up to 16 hours of battery life with the support of quick charging. Up to 10 minutes of charging yields around 70 minutes of playback. The earbuds on itself offer up to 8 hours, while the remaining 8 hours are added by the charging case. Thus adding ups o 16 hours of battery life in total. 

Speaking about the unique features, there is a support of DSEE HX to reproduce digital music files with rich and natural sound. This helps in restoring the details of the high-range sound lost in compression. Further talking about unique features, it has a support of fine-tuning equalizer according to the requirement via Sony’s Headphone Connect app. 

Sony WF-H800

Equipped with a 6mm drivers with neodymium dome setup, each earbud weighs at 7.6 grams. The microphones are all directional, thus allowing it to hear the voice commands, and helpful during calls. It supports Google Assistant and Alexa as far as voice assistant support is concerned. 

Sony has designed these pairs with an ergonomic design and they are supposed to offer a secure and comfortable fit. With a Bluetooth connection, the range is up to 10 meters for connectivity between the devices. Further, it offers support for wear detection, thus expect the sound to get paused once you take them off. Its brilliant use case even for taking a call.  

What do you guys think of the Sony WF-H800 TWS earbuds? Let us know in the comments below. 

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