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Sony launches the WF-SP800N, sports TWS earbuds with ANC, IP55 and up to 9 hours of battery life

The Sony WF-SP800N is rated for up to 9 hours of battery life between charges. (Image source: Sony)
The Sony WF-SP800N is rated for up to 9 hours of battery life between charges. (Image source: Sony)
Sony has introduced new completely wireless in-ears, which have strong features and one of the largest batteries of all TWS. The waterproof, durable earphones are perfect for athletes, but the feature set also makes them interesting for everyone else.
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Sony has launched another set of TWS earbuds. Called the WF-SP800N and following on from the announcement of the WF-XB700, the earbuds are aimed squarely at those with an "active lifestyle". IP55 certified against the ingress of dust and water, the WF-SP800N feature active noise cancellation (ANC), Sony's and EXTRA BASS technology.

According to Sony, the WF-SP800N support 20 levels of ANC, which one can adjust in the Sony Headphones Connect app. The WF-SP800N also features the Bluetooth chip from the WF-1000XM3, along with touch controls for controlling media playback.

The WF-SP800N should last up to 9 hours between charges with ANC on too, and a further 9 hours with the charging case. Additionally, 10 minutes of charging time should yield 60 minutes of music playback.

The WF-SP800N can now be pre-ordered in black, white and blue for €180 or £150. Pre-orders will start shipping in July.

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Alex Alderson, 2020-05- 7 (Update: 2020-05- 7)
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