Sony has yet again released a new True Wireless Earbuds in India, also known as the Sony Linkbuds S. The WF-LS900N buds are dubbed as the smallest and lightest earbuds with noise cancelling features available in the Indian market. The earphone also has an ambient mode backed with a V1 integrated processor, multipoint connections, and up to 20 hours of battery life with a charging case.
As for the pricing, the Sony WF-LS900N is available in the Indian market at a price of Rs 16,990. The users will get Rs 3,000 instant cashback on selected debit and credit cards. The list of eligible bank cards will be published later by the company. The cashback will be available only until November 30th. These buds are being shipped in three different colour options – Beige, White, and Black. They will be available over all Sony official outlets and major electronic stores along with e-commerce portals.
Sony WF-LS900N specifications
The Sony WF-LS900N is created out of recycled Aluminium along with plastic-free packaging. Each of the buds weighs around 4.8 grams, and they have been shaped in such a way that they fit the human ear comfortably. On an individual basis, the earbuds offer a battery of six hours, along with a noise cancelling feature turned on. The charging case of the buds provides an extended battery life of 14 hours, making the total back up 20 hours. The Sony buds also support quick charging that fully fuels it up in two hours. Apart from that, the device offers an hour of music playback at five minutes charge.
The Sony Linkbuds S come with Superlative Noise Cancelling, which removes the surrounding noise for a better audio experience. The Ambient sound feature of the earbuds lets the user hear the voice of people around them when they want to. The earbuds automatically activate the Ambient mode as soon as someone talks to them. The music is stopped as soon as the user speaks via the Speak-To-Chat feature. It ships with Bluetooth 5.2 support and also supports Google’s fast pair feature. The buds can be paired with two devices at a time with a single button.