Featuring a battery life of up to 20 hours, the new earbuds are priced at an affordable price.
Sony says buyers will be able to purchase the earphones in India starting Sunday, January 16.
We will take a closer look at the specifications and features of the Sony WF-C500 truly wireless earbuds in this article. Furthermore, we’ll look at whether it’s a good buy.
In India, Sony unveiled the WF-C500 true wireless stereo earphones on Monday. 20-hour battery life is achievable with the new affordable earbuds when using the included charging case. The Sony WF-C500 TWS earphone is fitted with a 5.8mm driver. These earbuds cost 5990 rupees and come in four color options which we’ll discuss later in this article on availability and price.
Sony WF-C500 TWS Earbuds Pricing and Availability
You can choose between four color options: black, white, orange, and green. Sony has set the price of the WF-C500 at Rs. 5,990 in India. On Sunday, January 16, Sony will begin offering the earbuds in India. Sony will sell the item in its own online and offline outlets, along with multibrand retailers and e-commerce websites.
Sony WF-C500 TWS Earbuds Specifications and features
The earbuds feature Sony’s own Digital Sound Enhancement Engine (DSEE), a technology that provides a satisfying sound experience. The Sony WF-C500 TWS earphone is fitted with a 5.8mm driver. A frequency response range of 20Hz to 20,000Hz is provided by the Sony WF-C500 TWS earphones.
Moreover, the earbuds are IPX4-rated to be durable, making them water-resistant and sweat-resistant so that they can handle sweat and splashes during exercise. Furthermore, Sony’s 360 Reality Audio software allows for spatial sound output, and the earbuds themselves can be controlled directly for playing music and making calls.
With Google Assistant and Siri support, Sony WF-C500 earbuds fit in with other models in its category. For easy connection with compatible devices, you can also use Android Fast Pair and Swift Pair. There is a Bluetooth chip inside the earbuds, which supposedly transmits sound simultaneously to the left and right ears.