Sony’s new mid-range WH-ULT900N headphones leak with premium features

According to WinFuture, Sony is developing a new wireless over-ear headphone. It is called the WH-ULT900N and, despite its close resemblance to the WH-1000XM3, will be released as a mid-range product with advanced noise cancellation technology.

The Sony WH-ULT900N will feature 40mm drivers with neodymium magnets, promising high-quality sound. The headphones will be available with different operating modes and will cover frequency bands of 20,000-5 or 20,000-20 Hz.

The WH-ULT900N has a 520mAh battery that can play music for up to 30 hours with active noise cancellation (ANC) and Bluetooth connection, and up to 50 hours without ANC.

The WH-ULT900N supports Bluetooth 5.2, which allows for simultaneous connection to multiple devices, and supports AAC, LDAC, and SBC codecs. Sony’s new headphones also feature Google Fast Pair, Clear Bass, and voice control via Google Assistant, Siri, and Alexa.

The WH-ULT900N weighs about 255 grams and is available in black, white, and green. The price of the headphones is reported to be between 180 and 200 euros. No exact information is yet available on the release date and regions for Sony’s new headphones.

Additional details:

  • The WH-ULT900N will also feature touch controls and a built-in microphone for hands-free calling.
  • The headphones are expected to be released in the coming months.
  • Sony has not yet officially announced the WH-ULT900N.
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