The parts will not be made of white plastic, but will only receive an additional white finish. According to the manufacturer, it will make them “even more stain resistant”.
Some of the details – bronze in the original version – will remain the same in the white design. Most importantly, the inner filling will also remain unchanged.
Recall that the Sony WH-1000XM4 headphones are a full-size wireless model with Bluetooth Audio SoC. Built-in noise cancellation analyzes the spectrum of external noise more than 700 times per second, and AI-based Digital Sound Enhancement technology, according to Sony, is able to make compressed audio sound in Hi-Res quality.
Apparently, the additional layer of paint has led to an increase in the cost of the novelty. The white Sony WH-1000XM4 is expected to hit Europe in May at a price of 430 euros.