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Sony WH-1000XM3 Successor Could Be Launched Soon, US FCC Listing Tips

Sony launched its famous WH-1000XM3 headphones a little over a year ago, and they are widely regarded as the best wireless headphones you can buy right now. The series has been around for a while and according to a new report, the latest version is expected to be released in the coming weeks. A list of USFCC (Federal Communications Commission). UU has revealed that the successor to the Sony WH-1000 X3 headphones could be launched soon, and it is likely to be called the Sony WH-1000 X4.

Sony’s noise canceling wireless headphones with FCC IDs for model numbers WH1000XM4 and AK8WH1000XM4 are described in a recent FCC listing. The similarities between the Sony WH-1000XM3 and its corresponding model number and FCC ID are undeniable, indicating that Sony has found the latest version of its popular headphone series in the list.


Not much is known about the potential successor of the Sony WH-1000XM3, except that it’s called the WH-1000XM4. Since this is a version update, the design and features will be the same as the WH-1000XM3, with only additional improvements and some minor troubleshooting solutions reported by users for previous headphones. Are. There is a possibility that Sony can fully imagine the product (how Bose completely introduced a new line of premium headphones), but we don’t expect that to happen.

There is no information as to when the new headphones will be launched, but just around CES 2020, Sony can use this technology program as a platform to announce new products. The successor to the WH-1000XM3 is expected, especially considering that Bose has already begun its loud noise canceling wireless headphones, noise canceling headphones 700. Bose Premium Headphones are now available for Rs. 500. 34,500

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Muhammad Farhan

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