True wireless Sony LinkBuds WF-L900 earbuds have been introduced in India for Rs. 19,990.
The new earbuds promise all-day comfort because of their light weight and good call quality, as well as great hear-through when worn. They also feature an innovative ring design.
In terms of true wireless headphones offered by the corporation in India, the Sony LinkBuds are listed below the Sony WF-1000XM4 and can be customized and adjusted using the Sony Headphones Connect app.
Cost and accessibility of the Sony LinkBuds WF-L900
The Sony LinkBuds WF-L900 are offered in India for Rs. 19,990, making them comparable in cost to the company’s premium WF-1000XM4 earbuds.
The headphones will be available for purchase starting on August 13 through both Sony’s online and physical retail channels, including the ShopAtSC website, Sony stores, online shopping websites, and big-box electronics retailers.
Buyers can pre-book the LinkBuds for a reduced price of Rs. 14,990 as part of Sony’s earphone launch pre-booking offers.
Price reductions of up to Rs. 2,000 are possible with additional cash-back incentives on particular credit and debit cards.
Prior to the earphones coming on public sale, there is a pre-order window accessible from August 4 to August 12.
Specifications and characteristics of the Sony LinkBuds WF-L900
Since the ear canal of the user is kept open even when wearing the true wireless earphones, the Sony LinkBuds WF-L900 has a special ring design.
As a result, people can hear their surroundings even when using earphones. With five different-sized ear wings included in the package for a customizable fit, Sony further says that the style and fit are comfortable enough for all-day use.
The earbuds weigh around 4.1g each, and the charging case is similarly small and equipped with USB Type-C connectivity.
Along with features like adaptive volume control, Google Fast Pair, app connectivity with the Sony Headphones Connect app, and native voice assistant support for Alexa and Google Assistant, Sony is also touting strong call quality.
The LinkBuds WF-L900 has Sony’s Wide Area Tap functionality, which lets you operate the headset’s touch controls without actually touching the earpieces themselves by merely tapping in front of your ear.
According to Sony, the Sony LinkBuds WF-L900 headset has a battery life of up to 5.5 hours on the earpieces and an additional 12 hours when charging.
Additionally, there is quick charging, with a 10-minute charge allegedly providing 90 minutes of earphone listening time.
The SBC and AAC Bluetooth codecs are supported by the Sony LinkBuds, which communicate through Bluetooth 5.2.