Sony has been aggressively pushing out new audio products in India. The latest offering from Sony is WH-CH710N wireless active noise-cancelling headphones. Back in April, these new ANC headphones were announced globally for $200 which roughly translate to Rs 15,200. However, the WH-CH710N price in India is set at Rs 9,990 which seems really aggressive pricing.
The successor to WH-CH700N offers better audio performance and improved battery life. The WH-CH710N comes with 30mm dynamic drivers for improved sounds. Just like the Sony WH-1000XM3 (review), the CH710N also comes with support for Google Assistant. The new headphones have over the ear fit which not just claims to offer comfort for ears and better noise isolation for active noise cancellation. It supports SBC and AAC Bluetooth codecs but there is no mention of aptX and aptX HD codecs.
As per the company, the Sony WH-CH710N offers up to 35 hours of battery life per charge. It comes with quick charging technology with a 10-minute charge it can to offer one hour of use. It also support wired connection and can be used by plugging in an aux cable. This requires no battery power so if the battery runs out, you can connect aux cable for uninterrupted music experience.