Sony today released the WF-C500 True Wireless Stereo (TWS) headset in India. The battery life of the new headset is up to 20 hours and is connected to the charging case.
The Sony WF-C500 headset has a lightning-fast design that needs to be better matched with flexible dust. The TWS headphone control buttons are easy to use and support Siri and Google Assistant voice assistant. The headset comes in four colors: black, orange, white and green.
The Japanese electronics industry’s Sony WF-C500 is priced at Rs 5,990 in India. The sprouts will go on sale from January 16 at major retail outlets such as Sony Exclusive and Sony Center, major e-shops, as well as e-commerce websites.
Sony launches WF-C500 in Europe, priced at 7,600 yuan.
The Sony WF-C500 TWS headset has a 5.8mm drive and has a 20Hz to 20000Hz frequency response range. They are equipped with Sony’s unique digital amplifier, which delivers stunning sound and call quality. Sony has also provided IPX4 certification.
In addition to the Google Assistant and Siri support for similar headphones like this one in this section, the Sony WF-C500 also has a smooth connection to the Android fast pair and the Swift Pair.
The physical buttons allow users to track, skip or stop and adjust the volume. Sony says the Bluetooth chip can deliver sound to both ears at the same time without lagging behind.
The TWS headset is equipped with a cylindrical charging case, and this transparent lid is fitted with a fabric-shaped frosted glass.
The headset can carry up to 10 hours of battery life per charge, and the charging case can be charged to another full charge – bringing the total battery life to nearly 20 hours. The charging case can provide only 10 minutes of play time per hour.
The Sony WF-C500 headset, however, has no active noise reduction that helps reduce noise in the environment.