Sony WF-1000XM4 | TWS ANC | ₹19,900
FOR Sound quality and battery life, LDAC Hi-Res, nice app
AGAINST Dolby Atmos works only for music, fiddly fit for some ears
Although this new-gen M4 model took its time to come to India, it’s much improved over the M3 boasting of a new V1 processor, 10% smaller earbuds and a charging case that is an incredible 40% smaller! This makes a huge difference in its portability quotient and then there is the wireless charging case that also adds convenience and the WF1000XM4 rapidly starts making more sense than any of its competition, at least on paper. But how do they sound?
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