Sony Linkbuds WF-L900 to launch for €199.99 as specifications leak
The Linkbuds WF-L900's design has already leaked, while Sony teased its arrival on February 15. Now, WinFuture has shared several details about the Linkbuds WF-L900, including its European launch price. According to WinFuture, the earbuds' ring-shaped driver measures 12 mm across and is complemented by Sony's V1 processor. For context, Sony also equips the WF-1000XM4 with the V1.
Additionally, the Linkbuds WF-L900 supports Sony's Digital Sound Enhancement Engine (DSEE), Google Fast Pair, Multi-Pairing and IPX4 resistance against dust water. Unfortunately, the earbuds lack any form of active noise cancellation (ANC). Similarly, the doughnut-shaped earpiece allows background noise in, unlike the WF-1000XM4. Apparently, the Linkbuds WF-L900 will filter background noise during calls though, allowing your voice to be audible in a noisy environment.
The Linkbuds WF-L900 do not have built-in touch controls, either. Instead, the earbuds will respond to taps made on the front of your ear. Presumably, Sony has integrated motion sensors to detect these taps. Separately, the Linkbuds WF-L900 should last up to 5:30 hours between charges and another 12 hours of battery life from the bundled carry case. The Linkbuds WF-L900 will arrive in Europe for €199.99; pricing in other regions has not leaked yet.