Sony WH-1000XM4 to feature multi-device pairing
Sony WH-1000XM4, the successor to the brand’s best-selling True Wireless Stereo headphones, is reported to have a multi-device pairing feature. This allows users to connect more than one device on the headphones.
According to a Twitter user justplayinghard, the codes from Sony’s Headphones Connect app suggests that the upcoming headphones will be able to support multi-pairing. Among other discovered features include Smart Talking for detection of voice while wearing the headphones and Ambient Sound Mode for hearing outside noise even while wearing headphones. Previous online leaks also suggest that it can last up to 40 hours in a single charging.
Sony WH-1000XM4 Info from Headphone Connect 7.0.1
Looks identical to the XM3.
It'll be able to change some (if not all) headphone settings based on your location (set locations or your own) and uses Google Maps API for it.
New DSSE Extreme (also on X1ii), probably AI Upscaling pic.twitter.com/7hpGMIE7Bb
— JustPlayingHard (@justplayinghard) May 21, 2020
In terms of design, the renders look identical to the Sony WH-1000XM3.
Sony remains silent about it. However, the headphones have already passed through the USA’s Federal Communications Commission for approval. Stay tuned for more updates.
via The Verge