The WF-1000XM5, the next generation of Sony’s flagship TWS headphones, will be introduced on July 24 (a Monday), the same week as the announcement of the next generation of Sony’s headphones. Although the firm has not disclosed a great much about them as of yet, it is quite obvious from the slogan “For the silence. For the sound.” that the primary emphasis will be placed on reducing levels of background noise.
The XM5 model has been the subject of many unauthorized disclosures. The new buds will weigh only 5.9 grams, which is a significant decrease from the previous 7.3 grams. When used in conjunction with the case, they will provide a longer battery life, reaching up to twenty-four hours.
It has been stated that the buds themselves come equipped with 8.4mm Dynamic Driver X technology and that they should be powered by proprietary processors. These processors, when used in conjunction with three microphones, are capable of Active Noise Cancellation. In the event that you are making a call, bone conduction sensors and Precise Voice Pickup will ensure that your voice is picked up by the person on the other end of the line.
However, there is some unfortunate news to report. It is anticipated that the Sony WF-1000XM5 will cost €320. This is an increase from the debut price of the WF-1000XM4, which was €280 (they were $280 in the US, so we can anticipate that the XM5 units will be priced at $320).