Sony introduced the WH-XB910N headphones last year, featuring powerful bass, respectable noise cancellation, and competitive pricing. They are wonderful for bass heads but are not quite as high-end as the company’s WH-1000XM5 headsets. The Japanese company is allegedly developing the WH replacement. XB910N’s Additionally, today’s story included design renderings, color choices, and even technical details about the headphones. Here are some specifics.
The Successor of the Sony WH-XB910N has been shown in several hues in design renders provided by OnLeaks in association with 91Mobiles. The headphones resemble last year’s models quite a bit, as seen in the pictures. There are a few noticeable modifications, though. For instance, it appears like physical buttons have taken the place of the touch controls. Additionally, the surface of the headphones has a grille that is probably there to enable ANC (Active noise cancellation).
The successor to the Sony WH-XB910N is shown in the colors blue, white, and black. The DSEE (Digital Sound Enhancement Engine) technology, created by Sony to improve the sound quality of compressed audio files, is expected to work with headphones. For improved audio, it will also offer Bass Boost through a companion app. The report also claims that the V1 Chip would be used in the next wearables to enhance noise-canceling capabilities. With ANC turned on, the headphones are supposed to provide 35 hours of playback duration.
The audio device may also be able to handle a quick charge method that would allow it to deliver 1 hour of listening time after only 3 minutes of charging. According to reports, the Sony headphones offer multi-point connectivity, allowing you to connect many devices to the same set at once.